Learn About Additional Resources
LEARN ABOUT ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
The University Library provides access to instructional resources and individual consultation with a librarian in person or via phone, chat, email or text message. Web-accessible resources include electronic collections (including research databases and digital full-text journals), RefWorks (a bibliographic management tool for reference searches), and interlibrary loan services.
Review scholarship, grant, assistantship and financing options. The Office of Student Financial Services is available to answer questions at any time.
Graduate Student Association
The Graduate Student Association (GSA) represents all full- and part-time graduate students and works to improve the quality of life for all graduate students at Xavier. GSA is an excellent leadership opportunity available to any Xavier graduate student.
Career Development Office
The Career Development Office offers career resources, programming and support. Graduate students are encouraged to schedule an appointment with a career coach to discuss specific career development needs.
Mission and Identity
Jesuit schools have educated society's leaders for over 450 years. Xavier's Jesuit Catholic tradition of academic excellence inspires students to think and communicate effectively, to foster a love of lifelong learning, to serve others, and to find God in all things. Learn more about The Xavier Way and Mission and Identity.
Title IX Office
Xavier strongly promotes a safe, respectful environment for all students, faculty, staff and visitors through proactive prevention of and response to all forms of sex discrimination. Learn more about students' rights under Title IX and Xavier's policies by visiting the Title IX Office website.
Learning Assistance Center
The Learning Assistance Center (LAC) provides support services to facilitate learning. The LAC has two main purposes: tutoring and disability services. The tutoring services include subject specific tutoring and study skills assistance. Students can contact the LAC at (513) 745-3280 to set up an appointment.
Any student who feels he/she may need an accommodation based on the impact of a documented disability should notify the course instructor and contact Cassandra Jones in the Learning Assistance Center at 513-745-3280 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate reasonable accommodations. Student Disability Services seeks to ensure that all students with disabilities can freely and actively participate in all facets of university life.
Learn more about additional resources for MBA students by visiting the Current Student section of the MBA website.
Final Grades and Graduation
To see final grades for your courses, you must go through the Student Hub. There you will see "Academic Records/Registration Information". From this link you can view your final grades, view a copy of your student academic transcript, and visit the DegreeWorks audit tool which shows your complete curriculum requirements for the degree. This is an excellent guide for reviewing progress in the program.
The last link you will see here is the "graduation Application." While graduation seems like a ways off, you do need to know that this form must be completed very early in the semester in which you plan to graduate. Therefore, when you register for courses in your final term also fill out this application and submit it. There will be a $50 application fee added at that time for the semester.