Student Services

Graduate students should become familiar with the resources and support outlined by the Dean of Students office.  Due to differences in fee structures, Student Health Services and Counseling Services are only available to students in the on-campus graduate programs.

All graduate students are eligible to use telehealth mental health services through Mantra Health if you sign up using your UWEC email address.

Students with disabilities are encouraged to contact the Services for Students with Disabilities Office to document disabilities and learn about resources.

Career Services can assist graduate students with identifying career opportunities appropriate to their specialization, training, and abilities.

Academic support resources include the Academic Skills Center, and the Center for Writing Excellence.

Multicultural Student Services is dedicated to cultivating a welcoming and inclusive campus environment and to foster the success of students of color.

The Oasis Room (room 266) in Davies Center, is a study lounge and meeting area designated for non-traditional and graduate students.