The Care Team (formerly University Behavioral Intervention Team, or UBIT) applies a multidisciplinary approach to preventing individuals from harming themselves or others and assists those in need.
Wellness Services offers a network of programs and support to help Shockers succeed—and thrive—during every step of their WSU careers, including: Student Health Services, Campus Recreation, Counseling and Testing and Disability Services.
Title IX and EEO
Title IX forbids sexual harassment and sex discrimination and holds all members of the university community responsible for promoting a positive working and learning environment. At WSU, all persons are free to discuss any problems or questions they may have concerning sexual harassment at the university without fear of intimidation or retaliation.
The Office of Adult Learning recognizes that returning adults face a different set of challenges than traditional students when it comes to completing a degree. We are here to ensure you no longer need to sacrifice family or work commitments in order to fulfill your dreams.
Military and Veterans[BROKEN LINK]
Whether you need assistance with educational benefits, access to resources to ease your transition into the University, or want to connect with fellow vets, WSU can help you make the transition with ease
Families and Parents
Help your student by connecting them to the people, services and support they need to get to graduation and beyond.