Panorama of East Campus

Resources to Use for Environmental Mastery


  • Making Good Friends:
    • Article about the benefits of friendship, what to look for in a friend, how to be more social, how to meet new people, how to overcome obstacles to making friends, and how to be a better friend. 

On Campus Resources

  • Movies at Grafton:
    • Free on campus movies available to students and staff with a valid JACard. Movie titles and dates are listed on their website.
  • Forbes Center
    • Performance details and times listed on their website.
  • XLabs events: (540) 568-7447 | Lakeview Hall 1150
    • Workshop details listed on their website. XLabs’ Open Lab is Monday through Friday, 9:30 am to 2:30pm.
  • First Year Involvement:
    • First years who aren’t meeting their goals academically can go to the First Year Involvement office for help.
  • Office of Disability Services: (540) 568-6705 | SSC 1202
    • Provides programs and services that support the university in creating inclusive, equitable environments that value disability, diversity and accessibility.
  • Fraternity and Sorority Life: (540) 568-4195 | Madison Union 404
    • Join a Social Fraternity or a Sorority to become more active in the community.
  • Science and Math Learning Center: (540) 568-3379 | SSC 1023
    • Assist students in understanding course content, homework assignments and lab reports found in first and second year physics, chemistry, math, and statistics courses. No appointments are necessary and the services are free!
  • Learning Centers: (540) 568-2932 | SSC Rooms 1100-1167
    • The Learning Centers offer free tutoring by trained faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students. Their six programs offer discipline-specific, customized instruction to help JMU students take their learning to the next level.
  • Counseling Center: (540) 568-6552 | SSC Suite 3100
    • Offers assistance for students with background of depression or anxiety, students in a bad situation, students who feel lost at JMU.
  • Communication Center: (540) 568-4818 | SSC Suite 1143
    • The Communication Center can be utilized to reduce speech-related anxiety and experiment with and develop communication skills.
  • University Recreation: (540) 568-8737| UREC
    • UREC offers over 300 non-credit educational programs a year as well as credit-based courses. UREC is also a gym and one of the largest employers of students on campus.
  • Center for Global Engagement: (540) 568-5209| Holland Yates Hall (formerly Madison Hall), Second Floor
    • The Center for Global Engagement promotes and encourages a critical awareness of world issues; knowledge of and an appreciation for other cultures, languages, and belief systems; a sense of global community; and a commitment to engagement at the international level.
  • Community Engagement and Volunteer Center: (540) 568-6366 | SSC Suite 2100
    • The Community Engagement and Volunteer Center cultivates positive social change through mutually beneficial service partnerships, critical reflection, and the development of engaged citizens through our values of humility, intentionality, equity, accountability, service, relationships, and learning.
  • Center for Multicultural Student Services: (540) 568-6636 | Taylor Hall 207
    • Provides educational and celebratory programs and services that support an inclusive campus community in which members value diversity within themselves and others.



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