Your academic success during your college career is of utmost importance. Our students benefit from meeting with individually-assigned Faculty Academic Advisors as often as they need to throughout the semester. Advisors assist students in planning their educational programs by explaining requirements and procedures, and by suggesting coursework appropriate to students' career goals. In addition to advising, we have a variety of services to support you as you achieve your goals. Some of the most useful academic resources are Darling Library, Registrar and Campus Bookstore
The Registrar's Office of Hope International University serves students, faculty, staff, administration and alumni by maintaining records and providing information regarding academic, registration, statistical and personal data.Go to Registrar
When it comes to studying for tests, completing research papers or finding a quiet place to study, this is the perfect place to go. In addition to an exhaustive collection of Biblical commentaries and scholarly books, journals, and periodicals on every subject, the library also gives students access to online research databases. These offer students even more sources to use for their classes and are available 24/7.Learn More
Whether you are looking for textbooks, study tools, fiction novels or HIU gear, the online bookstore has it all. Find out exactly what books you need for each class and then choose between a print book, e-textbook or rental. The bookstore is also a one-stop shop for school supplies to you can make sure you have everything you need to tackle every course on your schedule.Go To Bookstore
In difficult times, you or someone you know may need professional help from a trained counselor. Hope Counseling Center (HCC) provides counseling services at a competitive price to university students, staff, faculty and families, as well as the local community. We strive to assist individuals and families to restore broken relationships, resolve life transitions, and develop more adequate and more satisfying interpersonal relationships.Go to Hope Counseling Center
You will find the Del & Ann Harris Fitness Center on the first floor of the Lawson-Fulton Student Center. It is available to current students, staff, faculty and alumni. Athletic teams use the Center for conditioning and training as part of the university’s sports program. Generally, the Center is open the same hours as the Student Center. Proper identification is required to use the facility.