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A: Student Central is the place to start. The Dean of Students also functions as a resource and referral agency for parents and students.
A: Student Central is located in Building C, room C-256, and the Dean of Students is located in the Library in office F-220.
A: The Counseling Center, located downstairs in the Library, F- 112, is staffed by a Licensed Professional Counselor who assists students with social, personal, emotional and psychological concerns or problems. The Director of the Student Success Center is available for assistance with academic support (learning strategies, organization, and time management) and disability support. The Campus Pastor counsels students about spiritual issues.
A: Concordia University Texas abides by Texas state laws concerning the sale, possession, and use of alcohol. Alcohol is not allowed in the common areas of residence halls. All students present in a private room or suite where alcohol is openly present or being consumed must be of legal drinking age (21 or older). The consumption or possession of alcoholic beverages by persons 21 years of age or older on Concordia’s campus is restricted to certain areas and conditions.
A: Violations of University policies and regulations are normally addressed through the University Judicial System by the Director of Residential Life and/or the Dean of Students.
A: Although the University does not routinely contact parents when their student is found to have broken the University’s Code of Conduct, it will do so when the student has been found responsible for a serious violation and has thus jeopardized his or her status with the University. Because we believe that parents share a deep concern with us for the growth and development of our students, parents will be informed of significant Code of Conduct violations by their son or daughter. In turn, parents will be asked to contact the Dean of Students.
A: Yes. http://www.concordia.edu/parking
A: Anytime you do not feel safe please call CTX Police (512-313-3311). We will assist you in whatever safety concerns you have. Finally, when you are walking across campus or to your car and do not feel safe, call CTX Police and one of the CTX security personnel will escort you. This is not an inconvenience, and they are always willing to help.