Academic Support

Finding the Help You Need

No matter where you are, you are part of the Long Blue Line. The W believes you should receive the support you need to complete you degree. The university has resources available to help you achieve your goals.

Tutoring Resources
Students at The W have a free access to online tutoring services.
Peer Mentors provide guidance to fellow students in subjects where some students need additional help. Peer Mentors hold office hours throughout the week in the library and on Zoom.
The W Writing Center tutors and interns are dedicated to helping improve the writing skills of all those in The W writing community. When struggling to write a paper, please feel free to turn to our tutors and interns for help.

Meet Your Navigators

The Student Success Navigators are here to help guide you through your education and keep you on track to earn your degree.
College of Nursing & Health Sciences
School of Education
College of Business & Professional Studies
College of Arts and Sciences
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Additional Resources

Find important dates for the school year all in one place.
The W is a place for everyone and welcomes students with disabilities. Work with the Student Success Center to find the accommodations you need for your education.
Order your textbooks from the campus Barnes & Noble Bookstore.
If the goal of your degree is to find a career in your chosen field, then The W's Career Services can help. Learn more about turning your major into a career, improving your resume, and tips for the job search process.
Search digital databases and view online resources to help you with your academic research.
Whether you're about to graduate and want an advanced degree or are a working professional looking for career advancement or professional development, The W has a lot to offer.
Have a question about transferring credits, withdrawing from a class, or what you need to graduate? This is the place for you.
Gaining a global perspective of the world around you is an important part of your education.
The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) provides opportunities for students to participate in projects, conferences, publications, and internships that focus on conducting research and creative exploration.