Commuter Resources

The following resources are available for Commuter students.

Maytum Center for Student Success

  • Located in Pelletier Library
  • Class Deans
    • Aacha Gregg
    • Amy Stearns
    • Carene Shipley
      • Class Dean for 3rd & 4th Year Students
      • Student Experience Division–Office of the Class Deans
      • Pelletier Library, Room 259

Writing and Speaking Consultants

  • Will help you develop your writing and speaking skills
  • Contact: Alexis Hart, Director of Writing

Peer tutoring

  • Office hours held by students for specific classes
  • Schedules can be found through the Peer tutoring link

Accessibility and Support Services

  • Contact: John Mangine, Associate Dean for Academic Support & Director of Student Accessibility and Support Services
  • (814) 332-2898

Global Education

  • Will assist in finding study away programs
  • Contact: Brita Doyle, Assistant Dean for Global Education

Community Engagement

  • Connects students to the campus and community through engaged opportunities, including service, coursework, research, and student employment
  • Contact:


  • The NaviGator Success Coach Program is open to all students, specifically those who need extra support academically during the transition from high school to college. First-year students who participate in the program will either meet weekly for one-on-one coaching sessions with their assigned Success Coach or join an accountability group hosted by a NaviGator. The NaviGators will provide their students with skills and strategies to become self-regulated learners.
  • Contact: Carene Shipley, Assistant Dean for Tutoring and Academic Support

Pre Health Professions

  • The Health Professions Office is dedicated to helping students interested in careers in human medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, podiatry, optometry, physical therapy, occupational therapy, chiropractic, physician assistant, nursing, public health, and pharmacy. 
  • Contact: Kirsten Peterson, Senior Assistant Dean for Health Professions Advising

Career Education

  • Located in Pelletier Library
  • Career Education prepares students for meaningful lives and supports alumni experiencing career transitions. We do this by leading and leveraging career development programs, resources, and opportunities, while collaborating within an ecosystem of alumni, colleagues, and employers.
  • Contact: or (814) 332-2381

Commuter and Crawford County Student Association

  • Connecting commuter students with residential students at Allegheny and host events that are more convenient for students who live off campus to attend.
  • Contacts
  • President: Alizabeth Atkison: 

Food Resource Center

  • The food recovery network aims to address food insecurity both off and on Allegheny College’s campus by connecting recovered food resources to food-insecure individuals in the form of community meal programming and food hub resources.
  • The FRC has a dry good pantry, community fridge, microwave, and a hydroponics tower all available to students on the third floor of the pantry.

IDEAs Center

  • Campus Center, third floor
  • The IDEAS Center strives to engage students in meaningful opportunities and conversation recognizing the importance of the impact of personal culture and how culture can influence our community.
  • Contact: Natalie Brown, Director of IDEAS Center

Public Safety

  • Murray Hall
  • The Department of Public Safety supports the academic mission of Allegheny College by providing a secure and safe environment for the entire campus community. 
  • Vehicle Registration and Parking information can be found on the web page
  • Contact: or (814) 332-3357

Health Center and Wellness

  • Winslow Health Center
  • Monday-Friday 10am-3pm
  • Provides physical health services on campus
  • Insurance based service – student are responsible for all copays and deductibles

Edinboro Counseling and Psychological Services (ECPS)

  • Provides in-person therapy on campus weekly. 
  • Main Office: 814-734-3975 
  • Insurance based service – student are responsible for all copays and deductibles

98point6 CampusCare App:

  • App is free to download (on google play or the app store) and use for all actively enrolled Allegheny College students.  Service available for physical and behavioral health 24/7 via text.  
  • If you need assistance downloading or registering for the app please contact for support/assistance. 

Wellness Case Manager in Student Life

  • Provides connection to supplemental resources for Allegheny College students.  If you are not sure how to access what you are looking for, contact your wellness case manager for assistance.
  • Contact: 814-332-2782 or 

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

  • Call or text ‘988’ anytime – available 24/7