Student Services, ADP
Call 314-227-4400 for more information or assistance.
All students should meet with an Academic Advisor prior to their first course in the Adult Degree Program. The advisor will explain all options available to the student and help them formulate a plan for completing their educational goals. This degree-completion planning session is a very important part of tracking student progress in the program.
Students may park at no cost in the lot adjacent to the CMU building. No parking passes or permits are required.
Adult Degree Program students have access to CMU's Smiley Memorial Library located in Fayette. This facility houses approximately 75,000 print titles and a strong collection of electronic resources to meet the curricular needs of students. At orientation, enrolled students receive their login and password information to access the library's electronic databases. CMU participates in the MOBIUS program, which allows distance learners to request materials from the Smiley Memorial Library or many other libraries and have the material delivered to a library nearest to their home, work, or the St. Louis campus. For more information about resources at the CMU Library, visit the Smiley Library website.
Students needing reference assistance are encouraged to call the information desk during operating hours at 660-248-6271 or email email@example.com.
Adult Degree Program students are able to find help with their study needs through the Center for Learning and Teaching on the main campus. Students can contact the Center and work with a tutor via electronic means. More Information about the Center
CMU is also a registered partner with SmartThinking, an online tutoring service that provides help to students in a wide variety of areas. More Information about the SmartThinking
Adult Degree Program students are able to utilize resources available through the James C. Denneny, Jr. Career Development Center located in Fayette. More information about the Career Center.