Explore the Resources Below
The Academic Literacies Center is where students can go to receive academic support like individualized tutoring services and success skills building on-campus.
The Birkam Health Center is your on campus resource to keep you healthy while achieving your academic success.
Go to the Bookstore to get your books for school along with different Bulldog pride and swag items.
Go to Campus Safety with any safety concerns on-campus. If you have an emergency, call 911. On this webpage you will find information on:
- Parking services and permits
- Emergency preparedness
- Reporting options
Getting involved is an important part of your college experience and CLACS is the place to find information on how to get involved within the university.
Go to the Ferris Printing Services for all of your larger copying and printing needs. They can help with banners, large posters, and binding large projects for class.
Go to the Cost of Attendance page to get a breakdown of what it costs to go to Ferris State University for you.
At the Diversity and Inclusion homepage you can learn about how Ferris State University values it's diversity, along with all of the different efforts towards promoting and growing diversity on-campus.
Go to the Educational Counseling and Disabilities Services webpage to learn more about how to receive support in the following areas:
- Career Counseling
- Educational Counseling
- Disability Support
At the Student Employment Office homepage you will learn about the different employment opportunities for students both on-and-off campus, and the process of getting hired on-campus.
The Ferris Women's Network is a diverse group of people dedicated to the advocacy and advancement of women.
Do you need a suit or other professional business clothes to wear to an interview or class presentation? The First Lady's Attic will ensure that all Ferris students are dressed appropriately for success. The best part...the clothes are free for students!
If you are at all interested in studying abroad during your time at Ferris, your first stop should be the International Education homepage. International students will also learn about the different and unique resources available to them at Ferris.
Learn more about Mentorship opportunities available at Ferris.
Structured Learning Assistance (SLA) is an academic support system available to all Ferris students. SLA study and practice workshops are attached to challenging Ferris courses, and give students an extra opportunity to work with a trained facilitator and master the course content.
Ferris State University and Student Life are proud to present the YOU@Ferris portal, the first technology of its kind to personalize campus resources to the individual user. It’s as intuitive and informative as social media but maintains your privacy and anonymity. It’s like Google, if Google knew what interested and worried you every day.