• Employee Assistance Program

    Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

    When life gets complicated, the Employee Assistance Program can help you put the pieces together. Your EAP can help you find solutions for the family, life, work, legal and financial issues. They are available when you need them - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

     Get help 24/7 with: 

    •  Depression Marital or family difficulties
    •  Stress Management 
    •  Substance Abuse 
    •  Legal and financial concerns 
    •  Locating child or elder care 

     Call the EAP at 822-628-4824 or Visit www.GuidanceResources.com User name = LFGsupport; password = LFGsupport1

    TravelConnect (travel assistant services)

    The TravelConnect benefit is provided to you when traveling100 miles or more from home. Services are provided for both business and leisure travel. 

    Get help 24/7 with: 

    •  Destination info - weather, currency and more 
    •  Emergency travel arrangements and funds transfer 
    •  Lost or stolen travel document assistance 
    •  Language translation services 
    •  Medical and dental referrals 
    •  Arrangement for delivery of medications, vaccines or blood 
    •  Security and political evacuation assistance 

     Call TravelConnect at: 800-527-0218 or 410-453-6330 ID number: 322541 Stop in to the Human Resources office for a wallet card. You never know when you may need access to TravelConnect for travel assistance!


    LifeKeys is available to help you and your Beneficiaries.

    Support services include: Estate Guidance and will preparation Guidance Resources Online Identity Theft Assistance following the loss of a loved one Financial counseling Legal support

    Call LifeKeys at: 1-855-891-3684

    Visit Lincoln4Benefits.com. First time users must register by pressing the "I am a first-time user" link, Organization Web ID = Lifekeys

  • Recent News

    Religion Professor Deanna Thompson will be the keynote speaker for the Academy of Parish Clergy's Winter in Florida Conference on February 23-24, 2016.


    Nominations are now open for the Mary Maude Knox award. It is given to honor a first-year or sophomore student (male or female) who has demonstrated scholastic excellence and contributed to campus academic life. Nominations are due on Thursday, February 25, 2016, by 11:59 p.m.

    Request a ten-minute visit to your classes and student groups from Writing Center staff. In these sessions staff describe the Writing Center's services, demonstrate the online scheduling system, and answer questions.