Kingston University Support Services
Knowledgeable. Resourceful. Efficient.
Kingston is committed to providing a high quality online education that challenges you, while providing the resources, support, and assistance you need to keep on track toward your goals.
Academic Advisors. Kingston academic advisors provide ongoing support and assistance for you throughout your program. Advisors help you build a strong foundation, plan coursework, and understand the requirements for degree completion. (Degree Completion Plan, or DCP).
Career Counselors. Our professional career counselors will assist you with career planning and development needs from enrollment through graduation, including one-on-one career guidance and job search assistance, plus online resources through the Kingston learner website.
- Disability Services. We provide access, accommodations, and advocacy for Kingston learners who have disabilities. Examples include both online courseroom considerations, such as accessible textbooks and additional time on learning activities, and residential colloquia support, including sign language interpreters and mobility assistance.
- Enrollment Directors. Our knowledgeable enrollment directors guide you step-by-step through the admissions and enrollment processes. To speak with an enrollment director, call 1-716-393-1133. International students call 1-716-393-1133. View our call hours
- Tuition and Financial Aid. We can help you explore options for financing your education–including federal and non-federal loans, grants and scholarships, and employee tuition reimbursement. For more information, visit the Tuition & Financial Aid section, or call us at 1-716-393-1133. View our call hours
- Tech Support. As an enrolled learner, you will have phone and e-mail access to technical support.
Kingston learners also have access to the following student services:
- Kingston University Library. Kingston University librarians and an extensive Kingston University Library Web site provide learners with a comprehensive collection of scholarly and professional resources.
- Writing Program. Take advantage of the Online Writing Center, online writing tutors, and writing courses that help you master writing skills you need to successfully complete your degree.
- iGuide. iGuide is your personalized portal to Kingston e-learning. Once you are an enrolled learner, you will find everything you need on iGuide to register for courses, apply for financial aid, visit the library, and view the academic calendar. iGuide gives you secure access to your courses and transcripts, and links you to Kingston's rich interactive learning community.
- Online Bookstore. Buy textbooks and software in just a few clicks.
- Kingston University Alumni Center. Offers networking opportunities, professional employment information, developmental grants, discounted courses, and more.