The Advisement Resource Center staff serves as success coaches and mentors for students in developmental education courses who are identified as “at-risk.” The ARC is also the primary location for transfer information and has a variety of two- and four-year college catalogs, handbooks and transfer information for those interesting in furthering their college education.
Students and faculty can take advantage of a wide variety of services available in the Advisement Resource Centers located in the Inzer Student Center on the Wallace Drive Campus, the Administration Building on the Ayers Campus and at Gadsden State Cherokee.
Advisors in the Advisement Resource Center works collaboratively to provide student workshops, faculty advisor training and other services that promote student success.
You are not alone. Help is available.
If you are in a crisis situation, please reach out for help. Contact one of the following national hotlines, contact your local police or emergency services or call 911. It is important that you have someone to listen and that you take the first step to reach out for help.
Alcohol/Substance Abuse Helpline
Crisis Services of North Alabama (Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Crisis)
256-716-1000 | 1-800-239-1117
Disaster Distress Helpline
(Provides immediate crisis counseling to people affected by the coronavirus pandemic)
National Alliance on Mental Health Hotline
National Domestic Violence Hotline
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
National Youth Crisis Hotline
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Hotline
(Provides referrals to local treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations for individuals and family members facing mental and/or substance use disorders.)
Suicide Prevention Helpline
The Trevor Lifeline
(A crisis intervention and suicide prevention lifeline service focused on LGBTQ young people under 25)
Dial 211 | 256-236-8229
Veteran’s Crisis Line