Beginning June 1, Western moved to the Low Risk Phase of our return to campus, and our support areas will be offering in-person appointments as well as providing service in alternative formats such as by phone, email, and video conferencing. Most services will operate from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., unless appointments are made outside these hours. You’re encouraged to call ahead and make an appointment before coming to campus.
Click the links below for specific hours, formats, and contact information for the following service areas:
Advisors help with class schedules, academic plans, and other academic issues. They support students throughout their time at Western.
This department provides appropriate accommodations to reduce barriers to learning, including deaf and hard of hearing services and disability services.
- Students with disabilities have the right to reasonable accommodations, regardless of the modality in which classes are delivered.
- Accommodations for students currently registered with Access Services remain in place. Students may also request new or changed accommodations.
- If the new instructional formats create learning barriers for you, contact this department to find out about available accommodations.
This department can help students find a career path that fits your interests. They also connect students with jobs and help you prepare for the job market.
Western’s food pantry was created to meet the immediate food needs of students. It provides items such as non-perishable food bags, hygiene items, diapers, wipes, coupons, and face masks.
Western counselors can assist with the personal, academic, and career barriers and crises that can affect student success.
- For any immediate mental health needs after hours, please call Great Rivers 211 (1-800-362-8255). In the case of an extreme emergency, call 911.
- If you are facing unforeseen financial or personal barriers, the Student Resource Request form will connect you with our case manager or financial literacy coordinator.
Find out about available funding options and other financial services through this service area.
This is a one-stop-shop for student academic support, including tutoring, writing assistance, math assistance, and library services.
The Multicultural Center provides a supportive social and learning environment for students, tailored academic assistance, referrals to Western’s services, and a friendly, supportive environment. Community Engagement helps connect students with community organizations for volunteer and educational experiences.
The Student Life Office provides support and services to students in a variety of areas including general questions, student IDs, parking and parking permits, the residence hall, student clubs and organizations, student government, student rights and options, MTU and SMRT bus pass, etc.
The office is located in the Kumm Center, Room 100 on the La Crosse campus and is open Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., and Friday, 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Please contact us by stopping in the office, calling 608-785-9445 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
For military veterans, active service members, survivors or dependents of a deceased or disabled veteran, we have resources to help you succeed.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to these services areas. They are eager to support you through this transition. You can do this, and we can help!
For a comprehensive list of Western's services, visit the Current Student page.