Student Service: Center for Student Success

CSS Covid-19

The Center for Student Success is a place for students to hang out, connect to resources across campus, and study. The CSS looks forward to giving students a friendly place that has an atmosphere somewhere in-between the Campus Recreation and Miller Library. The CSS is open from 8 am – 8 pm every weekday and 4

Campus Police officers protect students, provide safety education

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The WNMU Campus Police Department is a full-service police agency, here to maintain a safe and secure environment for students, staff, faculty and visitors of the WNMU campus. Officers are on duty or on call seven days a week, 24 hours a day. There are six members in the force. The WNMU Campus Police website gives

Writing Center offers students support with essays, writing skills

Alisson Waterman

The on-campus Writing Center provides tutoring services for students that need assistance on papers, reports, or essays. There are two tutors available in the Writing Center during the spring 2020 semester. A service provided through the Department of Humanities but located in the Miller Library, the goal of the Writing Center is to help students

University Foundation provides scholarships and other student support


The University Foundation is an independent non-profit organization established in 1982 to support WNMU. It was first launched by community members and alumni who wanted to provide support to students. The University Foundation manages the administration, distribution, and management of private contributions, gifts and donations to meet the needs and to benefit WNMU students, faculty,

Students showcase work at 15th Annual Research Symposium


On Tuesday, December 4, WNMU hosted the 15th Annual WNMU Academic Student Research Symposium and Career Fair, in the Intramural Gym. Students exhibited and presented their work that was connected to research, public service, or technology. There were local and regional employers to give students opportunities for future employment.  The featured speakers of this year’s

Student Accessibility Services: Advocating for Those in Need

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The mission of Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is to create an accessible, inclusive, sustainable learning environment, where disability is recognized as an aspect of diversity that is vital to the campus community and to society.  JoBeth Erling, Wellness & Disabilities Coordinator, leads WNMU’s accessibility services, connecting students with learning physical disabilities to academic resources. Erling

Career Services offers job placement and internship opportunities

Career Services

For students who are looking to find that perfect internship or job, The Office of Career Services can help them showcase their experience and talents.  Career Services provides various resources that helps students with career preparation. According to the Career Services website, services include helping and guiding students and alumni in the development of the