Health and Wellness


O’More College of Design strives to create a community of designers, creators, innovators, thought-leaders, and entrepreneurs who are feeling-centered, community-minded, and goal-driven.  A community such as this is best formed when all members are healthy and happy.  Therefore, O’More makes it a priority to connect students to resources that will help them be successful.  Whether this involves helping a student find a doctor, a tutor, or even just a quiet study area, we care about and try to meet student needs.  Want to connect?  Contact the Office of Student Affairs.


Counselling & Tutoring


O’More College is committed to connecting students to professional counseling services, to help them cope with life transitions as well as serious emotional issues. Although O’More College does not currently offer on-campus counseling, the Office of Student Affairs will help students who require or request such treatment by aiding in obtaining services off campus.


For students who may require additional instruction in academic subjects, the Office of Student Affairs will work with Department Chairs to connect students to tutoring services. Tutoring may be available on-campus, or with off-campus specialty tutors.

For assistance in finding the best resource for your needs, please contact the Director of Student Affairs.


Disability Services


The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) at O’More College offers advising, advocacy, and facilitation of accommodations, in order to provide equal access to college programs and services consistent with both the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.


Depending on a student’s qualifying disability, accommodations may include; but are not limited to, the following:

  • Access to class notes
  • Accessible classrooms
  • Alternative formats for printed material
  • Exam accommodations
  • Sign language interpreter or transcription services
  • Priority scheduling
  • Preferential seating in the classroom
  • Permission to record lectures
  • Readers and/or scribes
  • Access to assistive technology software and computer equipment
  • Guidance to accessing campus and off-campus referral resources


For more information regarding O’More College’s Disability Services policy, please contact the Director of Student Affairs.