Personal Counseling is available as a voluntary, confidential resource for students who desire objective professional help with concerns which interfere with their academic success. Mental Health Services are not available on campus, but there are resources in the community that students may consult if these services are needed.
Baxter County Health Unit: Hospital Grounds, Mountain Home - (870) 425-3072
Ozark Opportunities, Inc: 213 East 6th Street, Suite 101 Mountain Home - (870) 425-5118
Center for Individual and Family Development: 7345 Hwy. 62 West, Gassville - (870) 435-5511
Lighthouse Counseling: 406 South Main, Mountain Home - (870) 425-2030
Dayspring Services of Arkansas: 315 West 6th Street, Mountain Home - (870) 425-8642
Families Inc.: 700 South Main, Mountain Home - (870) 425-1041
Career Counseling is available to help students identify occupational options which best match their aptitudes and interests. A variety of tools and inventories are available to help students learn more about themselves, as well as about the world of work and specific occupations.
Contact your assigned advisor for academic counseling. If you don’t know who your advisor is, check Campus Connect in the MyCampus Portal or contact the Admissions Office at 870-508–6104 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have questions regarding transferring of credits to ASU-Mountain Home you should contact: Cindy Turner 870 508-6181 or email@example.com