Academic Support at WWUAccounting Tutoring
Free tutoring for students in ACC 240, ACC 245, and ACC 341.
Language Media Center
The Math Center offers drop-in tutoring in BH234 for math courses not covered by the Tutoring Center (primarily Math 124 and above).
Student Technology Center
The Student Technology Center supports the advancement of student knowledge of technology from fundamental skills to advanced applications. The Center offers workshops, peer tutoring, manuals, tutorials, and other equipment and software.
The Writing Center provides in-person and online support to all WWU writers, of all disciplines and abilities.
Other Campus Resources
Academic Advising Center
Contact AAC for help with a wide range of academic issues, including adding or dropping classes, general advising, information about General University Requirements, major requirements, and many others.
Career Services Center
Explore major and career options, and learn about internships, interview opportunities, and career fairs.
Each quarter the Counseling Center offers Math Frustration, Test Anxiety, and Relaxation workshops.
For students in need of disability counseling, exam accommodations, interpreter services, note taking services, print enlargement/brailing, and other assistance.
Contact the Registrar’s Office for questions regarding registration, waitlisting, residency, transcripts, degree evaluations, applying to graduate and other services related to registration, graduation and student records.
Advising on academic and administrative policies, non-medical emergency leaves of absences, hardship course withdrawals, problem solving within the university system, and more.
Student Outreach Services (S.O.S.)
For students in need of personalized academic advising, assistance in developing an educational plan, and positive intervention for those at academic risk.
Contact a professor or staff member, find a building, or consult the mail stop directory.