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Welcome to the INC Resources Page.

We want all our students to be aware of everything that SCU has to offer. Therefore, we have compiled some popular links that can help you navigate some of these resources.

Ecampus 

This is where you can find your class schedule, enroll for new classes, pay your tuition, change your personal information tied to your SCU account, check your grades, request transcripts, and view exam schedules.

Tip! On the right hand side of your page, under 'enrollment dates,' click to see when you are able to register for classes next quarter. (Only available around enrollment times.)

Career Management 

As a current student or alumni, you can take advantage of individual career coaching, career management workshops, online resources, and other services to realize your own professional goals.

Technology Training

Offers a variety of resources in almost any program you can imagine, including Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Photoshop and many more! Find online tutorials on a variety of software, handouts, or register for a (free) training class.  They even offer drop in times. 

Reserve a Study Room

This is for Lucas Hall or the study rooms in the library. Perfect for group projects and exam time. Please remember that these rooms are meant for groups, and rules associated with booking a room are listed on the site.

Marketplace Menu

Ever get to school early and wonder what they are serving in Benson at the cafeteria for dinner? Here is a link that will show you what their weekly specials are. 

Campus Recreation

There is lots of information to check out on this link. Find fitness class schedules and prices, gym and pool hours, intramural sports options and other special events hosted by Campus Recreation.

Counseling and Psychological Services

The mission of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is to support students and student learning by providing counseling services to students and consultation and outreach programs to the campus community. CAPS mission is consistent with the University vision of developing leaders and citizens of competence, conscience, and compassion. CAPS staff share the University values of ethical behavior, respect and care for self and others, and appreciation of diversity and differences in people. CAPS staff is committed to the highest standards of professional practice and ethical conduct. 

 
 
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