Student Affairs Departments
Appointment Tutoring Center
- One-on-one peer tutoring by appointment
- Wide array of tutoring focusing on developmental math, English and general education courses
Academic Support Centers and Programs
Promote students’ academic success and life-skills development by providing tutoring, testing, technology, and college-readiness initiatives
Davis Learning Center
Offers tutoring, Supplemental Instruction (SI), computer lab, and testing center. Services at the Davis Campus, West Center, and Kaysville Center.
- Peer tutoring on a drop-in basis
- Math homework assistance
Natural Science Learning Center
- Peer tutoring by appointment and on a drop-in basis
- Astronomy, chemistry, microbiology, physics and zoology subjects
Social Science Learning Center
- Peer tutoring on a drop-in basis and by appointment
- Subjects include foreign language and psychology
Student Support Services
Federally-funded program that provides a variety of free academic support services designed to help students complete a bachelor’s degree. Eligible students must meet several criteria, including being either low-income or first-generation, or having a documented disability.
Supplemental Instruction (SI)
A student team leader collaborates with the course professor and SI coordinator to provide opportunities for students to participate in learning teams, explore concepts and solve problems through group discussion and interaction.
- Peer tutoring by appointment and on a drop-in basis
- Assistance for any stage in the writing process
Office of Access & Diversity
Pre-college access and outreach programs that include K-12 partnerships and encourage under-represented students who are traditionally non-college bound to pursue and successfully complete a post-secondary education.
Educational Talent Search
Federally-funded program designed to help under-represented youth who are low-income and first in their family to attend and graduate from college.
State GEAR UP
We strive to help students succeed in high school and prepare for college by equipping them with the knowledge, skills, and the desire to aspire higher.
Program provides mentoring and tutoring assistance to students in local high schools and middle schools. WSU students serve as mentors and provide academic support in a variety of subjects.
Pre-college program that provides critical educational services and activities for eligible 13- to 18-year-old students in northern Utah who require individualized attention to develop the necessary post-secondary academic skills to gain entry into and graduate from institutions of higher learning.
Veterans Upward Bound
Federally-funded program designed to help eligible veterans achieve success in schooling beyond high school, including GED attainment for the purpose of entering a postsecondary institution.
Assessment & Research
Consults with departments with regarding assessment practices including data gathering, survey methodologies, and departmental planning.
Provides counseling and advisement, career exploration, assessment and interpretation, on-campus interviews and student employment.
Student Affairs Technology manages 10 open student computer labs that serve the general needs of all WSU students.
Counseling & Psychological Services Center
Provides professional assistance for students struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship problems, stress, grief or other concerns.
Davis Student Services
Offers career services, psychological counseling, veteran's services, Veteran's Upward Bound, services for multicultural, nontraditional and women students, Wildcards and ED passes.
Dean Of Students
Responds to general student concerns and helps students find solutions to their specific problems. The Dean enforces the student code, tracks code violations and encourages responsible citizenship within the University.
Scheduling, Events & Conference Services
Books all rooms in the Union, assists with special events and provides total conference management for campus and community entities.
Student Advocacy & Appeals
Assist students requesting waivers of University policies and in appeals for denied petitions.
Student Affairs Technology
Provides tech and online support for Student Affairs.
Student Health Center
Provides quality, cost-effective health services for students including outpatient medical care for common illnesses and injuries, disease prevention activities and health promotion.
Helps each student achieve optimal living in all areas of their life: intellectual, social, spiritual, physical, and emotional. Program provides education on alcohol, stress, drugs, tobacco, nutrition, healthy interpersonal relationships, and exercise through various activities such as: presentations, health fairs, community and campus partnerships, and one-on-one wellness coaching.
Offer a variety of standardized tests for placement into appropriate courses, admission to academic programs, and assistance with college or personal adjustment. Tests are also administered for various academic departments on campus and for Independent Study courses.
Wildcard Services and Information Center
Provides wildcard IDs, UTA bus passes, tickets for sale, directions, lost & found and stamps.
Diversity & Inclusive Programs
Provide workshops, lectures and activities to educate and engage campus and community on issues of difference and inclusion.
LGBT Resource Center
Provides services and resources for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer identified individuals and their allies while educating and engaging campus and community on LGBT issues.
International Student Services
Advise and assist with personal, cultural and academic adjustment to WSU. Advisement and assistance is available for students with immigration-related questions and concerns.
Center for Multicultural Excellence
Offers programs and services that promote student success through academic, civic, leadership, scholarly, and cultural engagement. The Center offers a computer lab and study area with multicultural advisors, counselors, and peer mentors to guide and assist individual students.
Nontraditional Student Center
To help meet the needs of students who are over 25, married, a parent, divorced or widowed. The Nontraditional Student Center has a lounge, kitchen, computer lab, study area and hourly childcare.
Provides specialized services, technology and advisement to meet the needs of disabled students with vision, hearing, mobility, cognitive and/or psychological impairments.
Helps veteran students through the process of eligibility, admissions, registration and paying for their education if they are eligible to receive GI Bill benefits.
Continually developing programs and services to meet the changing needs of women. Services include one-on-one advising, scholarship options, conferences/fairs, support groups and national awareness programs.
Campus RecreationCreates opportunities that inspire engagement in healthy, active lifestyles for WSU students, faculty, and staff. Program areas include Aquatics & Safety, Competitive Sports, Fitness, Marketing & Operations, and Outdoor Program.
Center for Community Engaged Learning
Promotes service opportunities for students, faculty, staff and community partners.
Davis Student Services
Opportunities for Student Council leadership, organizing events and activities; fitness center, yoga classes, and recreation.
Housing & Residence Life
Serves single students who choose to live on campus in a living/learning environment which includes social, educational, academic support and planned activities.
Provides numerous lounges and meeting space for both formal and informal gatherings and recreational opportunities. Services include bowling and billiards, bookstore, credit union, dining and more.
Shepherd Union Food Services (Sodexo)
Dining Services and meal plans.
Shepherd Union Wildcat Lanes/ Billiards
Bowling and billiards in the Union Center.
Student Involvement & Leadership
One-stop destination for getting involved at WSU. Opportunities included in WSUSA are leadership development, clubs and organizations, Greek Life, events and activities.