Student Affairs Departments
Academic Support & Mentoring
Academic Peer Coaching
Academic Peer Coaches offer one-on-one appointments to mentor students on academic skills such as time management, textbook reading, note-taking, and test-taking. Online resources also provided.
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
The Davis Learning Center, located on the Davis Campus in Building 2, Room 214, offers extensive peer-to-peer tutoring for a wide variety of subjects, including math, writing, and computer science. We offer drop-in, appointments, and online services.
Faculty & Staff Mentors
Faculty and staff mentoring WSU students through a variety of programs.
First-Year Learning Communities
Helps make the transition to college easier by making sure that students have a positive support system including specially designed learning communities (2 - 4 classes together), mentoring/tutoring, and events and activities for first-year students.
Located in Tracy Hall 232/233, the Math Tutoring Center provides both online and in-person tutoring to students seeking help with their math classes.
Natural Science Learning Center
- Peer tutoring on a drop-in basis
- Chemistry, microbiology and physics subjects
Ogden Learning Center
Located in Tracy Hall 101, the Ogden Learning Center offers one-on-one and small-group tutoring by appointment. The Center, located in Tracy Hall, provides a wide array of tutoring focused on general courses including chemistry, microbiology, physics, zoology, health sciences, history, psychology, and sociology.
Peer Mentor Program
Facilitate the co-creation of meaningful mentoring relationships in an affirming community to address gaps in access, persistence and graduation. We empower students to use and share their knowledge to confidently engage educational experiences throughout their lives.
Social Science Learning Center
- Peer tutoring on a drop-in basis
- Subjects include psychology and neuroscience
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.
Student Support Services - STEM
Federally-funded program that provides a variety of free academic support services designed to help students complete a bachelor’s degree in STEM majors. Eligible students must meet several criteria, including being either low-income or first-generation, or having a documented disability.
Supplemental Instruction Leaders (SIs)
SI leaders facilitate group study sessions outside of selected classes to help participants learn course material and acquire effective study strategies.
Offers extra help in College English and math. Student must have a Math Placement of 1, 2 or 3 AND English Placement of 1 or 2. Students get personalized advising and FREE textbooks in the first year. *Placements are found in CATTracks
The Writing Center, located in Elizabeth Hall 210, offers peer tutoring by drop-in and by appointment for any stage in paper or digital composition processes for all classes and projects. Sessions can be held online or face-to-face in the Writing Center. Make an appointment in the TutorTrac app. Message the program at email@example.com to get a session.
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.
Money Management Center
Offers free financial coaching and free help completing FAFSA.
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 Health Center
Provides free high-quality health services for students, including outpatient medical care for common illnesses and injuries, preventive health care, and patient education.
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.
Weber Cares Pantry
The Pantry provides supplemental food and hygiene products to students. Students may visit once per week and select a variety of fresh and shelf-stable items based on household size. The Pantry also serves as an outlet to connect students to other basic needs resources on campus.
Wildcard Services and Information Center
Provides wildcard IDs, UTA bus passes, tickets for sale, directions, lost & found and stamps.
International Student & Scholar Center
Advises and assists international students with related student immigration issues, academic concerns, as well as personal and cultural adjustment to WSU.
Provides specialized services, technology and advisement to meet the needs of disabled students with vision, hearing, mobility, cognitive and/or psychological impairments.
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.
Helps veteran students with VA eligibility, admissions, registration, paying for their education, and introduces veterans and family members to resources.
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.
Programs include Safe@Weber Violence Prevention & Advocacy Services, gender equity education, leadership & professional development, a resource pantry, scholarships and more.
Creates opportunities that inspire engagement in healthy, active lifestyles for WSU students, faculty, and staff. Program areas include Aquatics & Safety, Competitive Sports, Fitness, and Outdoor Program.
Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL)
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.
Services for Student Affairs Departments
Student Affairs Technology
Provides tech and online support for Student Affairs.
Student Affairs Marketing
Provides marketing services for Student Affairs division and individual departments.