Resources for Students

Academic Information for Students– This page includes information on:

WFU Departments

Course Listings and Requirements

First Year Seminar Courses and Writing Seminar Courses

Academic Policies (e.g. AP/IB Credit Policy, Transfer Credit Policies)

Academic Programs

Student Support Resources– This page includes information on:

Academic Resources: Learning Assistance CenterThe Writing CenterThe Math CenterThe Chemistry CenterSmith Reynolds Library

Health and Wellbeing Resources: University Counseling CenterThe SAFE Office/PREPAREStudent Health ServicesCHOICES

Campus Life Resources: Office of Multicultural AffairsLGBTQ CenterWomen’s CenterThe Office of Student Development/Campus Life

Office of Personal and Career Development

Center for Global Programs and Studies

The Office of the Chaplain

Ellis Fund: Emergency Financial Fund in the Dean’s Office

Pre-Professional & Graduate Advising– This page includes contact information for student interested in:

Pre-Health Professions

Pre-Law information

Graduate School


The Undergraduate School of Business


Top 10 Things that Academically Successful Students Do

Associate Dean of Academic Advising, Dr. Christy Buchanan, offers advice on academically successful habits.

First Year Students FAQ