The Student Services Office (SSO) is a space where students can ask for help and express themselves free of judgement or pressure. Whether its providing course forms, navigating the college admissions process, support for financial aid, sharing scholarship opportunities, or just a cup of tea and a listening ear, the SSO is always there to support students
Student Services Faculty
Keeley Hynes (email@example.com) is an intern-school psychologist. She provides psychological services such as counseling, assessment, consultation, and 504/IEP support. She has worked with families in school, clinic, and research settings. She received her M.S. in psychology at Illinois State University and is completing her final year of study towards a Ph.D. in school psychology.
Amy Han (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She is an alumna of the University of Illinois who graduated with a bachelors in Human Development and Family Studies and receive her Masters in Social Work. Amy has spent the last 2 decades working with and learning from young people ranging from early childhood to post-secondary graduates. Her experiences include working with students with Autism, mood disorders, trauma, conduct disorders and other behavior issues. She loves working with Uni students who are highly academically motivated but also understands they need the tools to navigate life as a high schooler. Amy enjoys mindfulness, nature, running and food.