Support Resources

The following are a few of the support resources that are available to assist you in your learning, regardless of location or format.


A program mentor or advisor can help you secure the right schedule to help to meet your learning goals.

Talk to an Advisor


Free, in-person and online tutoring support is available. Get help with a difficult subject or upcoming exam.

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Testing Services

Regardless of your location (local or remote), testing services are available to assist you.

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Career Services

Get help organizing a resume, preparing for a job interview, or find employment to apply your new skills.

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Disability Resource Center

Don’t let an accessibility need keep you from your learning goals.

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Technical Helpdesk

Technical support is a click, phone call, or visit away during the day, evening, and weekends.

Get Help


More than a place to study, the Library has a wealth of resources to help you advance your learning.

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Success Center

Work with a success coach to identify valuable resources to help you improve your ability to learn and manage your time.

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Writing Center

Get help in developing, drafting, and revising your writing.

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Campus Store

From textbooks to t-shirts, the Campus Store is a great resource to ensure that you have what you need for class and show your trailblazer spirit.

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Financial Aid

Apply for aid, scholarships, loans, and other resources to help you meet your learning goals.

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Dixie State University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. Northwest is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

This federally-recognized body provides assurance to students, parents and all stakeholders that DSU meets clear quality standards for educational and financial performance,

In addition to DSU’s Northwest accreditation, many of DSU’s academic programs carry specialized accreditation specific to the field.


State Authorization

Dixie State University is currently authorized, licensed, registered, exempt or not subject to approval in all states, with the exceptions noted below in the state-by-state list. It is the student’s responsibility to understand current circumstances or special requirements in their state of residence. For more information about SARA, please visit

While we do monitor the laws in each state, authorization of distance education is a dynamic environment and prospective students should check this site often for updates.

As an approved SARA institution, Dixie State University is in compliance with regulations to offer programs to residents of the following states:

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Fuly authorized in this state

Authorized with special conditions

Not authorized in this state

Transfer & Complaint Information

Transfer Disclosure

DSU does not imply, promise, or guarantee that credits earned at the University will transfer to other institutions, since such determinations are made according to the policies of the receiving institution. If you are considering transferring to another school, it is your responsibility to determine whether that school will accept your academic credits. You are encouraged to make this determination as early as possible.

Complaint Resolution

DSU is committed to integrating institutional objectives in innovative ways to demonstrate excellence, access and impact in all of our online offerings. We value the student experience and urge all students to adhere to the code of student rights and responsibilities. Distance education students living outside of the state of Utah who have a complaint against DSU should first file a complaint with the university.

Visit the DSU Catalog for more information about the complaint process.