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Student Services

Student Services

Your education is our focus. We back that commitment with resources – like an advisor who follows you through your entire academic career, Writing Services, Career Services and more. All this within a safe, secure learning environment.

Enrollment Team

The enrollment team is dedicated to assisting new students to promote a smooth transition into the classroom. They will work with you one on one to assist you with your transfer credit evaluation, questions about your program, the admission process, payment options, new student orientation, and more! Ready to get started? Don't hesitate to contact them with any question you have.
Email: Phone: 402-467-9000 or 844-321-6642. 

Advisor Assistance

We take education and student goals personally. That’s why from the moment our students register for classes to the day they graduate, they are assigned to a professional academic advisor. Our approach to advising makes Doane the university of choice for our learners. We make it easy to balance work, life, and academics.

Career Services

Assistance with exploring and making informed career strategies.

Online Writing Resources

Find links to free web resources useful for writing skills.

Safety and Emergencies

Assistance for safety, security and emergencies.


Doane’s Perkins Library is available to students as well as the Central Community College Library in Grand Island.


The Doane University Bookstores are where students, families, and fans find all of their textbooks, gear and supplies! Students are able to buy, or rent, used and new textbooks through us for their classes. Anyone can find and choose their favorite Doane Tigers gear through our apparel and gifts sections.

Counseling Services

Doane University and our affiliates are trained to help students to respond to everyday concerns (relationship problems, stress, homesickness, etc.) as well as crisis situations. Our counselors provide a free, therapeutic setting for students to address mental health concerns. We serve all individuals regardless of age, race, sex, economic status, sexual orientation, or gender expression. We treat everyone with dignity and respect.