We offer a comprehensive approach to help you make the most of your college experience. Resources include individual coaching, career assessments, strengths finder test, free resume’ and interview tips, job search resources, access to Handshake and job postings.
Career Development offers numerous online resources to help in determining your major and career goals. Resources include various webinars and videos to learn tips about writing a resume, networking, LinkedIn, and many more topics.
Offering a wide variety of resources like textbooks, school spirit gear, last minute cards or gifts, or even a snack. Located in Graham Commons. Shop online or stop in during store hours.
Provides study rooms, online databases, 24-hour online support help desk, and computer labs are available.
Student Accounts handles payments, outstanding bills, account balances, and other information on your student’s account. Current students can contact (651)631-5352 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
The writing lab is available online, but tutoring is only available on campus.
The purpose of Disability Services is to offer students with unique challenges the support needed to experience full access to Northwestern's community.
Obtain your Student ID card, which serves as your go-to for building access, purchasing meals, get area discounts and more. You can also apply for a parking permit.
Online students may contact DE@unwsp.edu to request a Student ID card.
24/7 support for any technical issues and requests like trouble with logging into your account, network access, and access to your student e-mail.
DINING (on campus PSEO/Early College only)
Understand our dining services and how your meal plan works.
HOUSING (on campus PSEO/Early College only)
On-campus Dual Enrollment students must be a senior in high school and 17 years old to live residentially. Access your housing assignments, roommate arrangements, and all other housing-related items.
COMMUTER SERVICES (on campus PSEO/Early College only)
Find information about lockers and other opportunities.
Know what to look for and where to go.
An on campus and an online orientation will be provided for students in their respective venue.