Western has a long history of serving students with a wide variety of disabilities, working to ensure each student has the reasonable accommodations and services they need to enjoy academic success. We can provide assistance at all of our campus and regional locations.
To request disability support services and have them in place when classes begin, you will need to make an appointment with the Manager of Access Services, preferably before the semester begins.
Career Services is here to help you make sure you’re in the right program and to help you get the right job! From matching your interests to a rewarding career to providing a listing of Wisconsin job openings and polishing your interviewing skills, we’ve got you covered! Drop-in resume review sessions are available during normal business hours, but to avoid waiting we suggest that you call 608-785-9440 to make an appointment. Career Services are available to current students and Western alumni.
CHILD CARE SERVICES
The YWCA provides childcare services on Western's La Crosse Campus. Located at 419 9th Street North, the YWCA Child Center is open to Western faculty, staff, and students, as well as the general public. Full- or part-time care is provided for children ages 6-weeks to 5 years old.
If you are a current student with questions about your schedule, program choice, or academic goals, College Advisors can help. They are dedicated to making sure you earn your credential in the shortest amount of time, with the least amount of barriers.
The College Advisors provide assistance with:
Trouble shooting academic barriers e.g. Blackboard, tutoring, work/life/school balance
Reviewing current course schedule
Identifying professional and personal goals
Connecting students to additional campus resources
Stop in the division offices, the nearest Regional Location front office, or call 608-785-9440 to schedule an appointment and get your questions answered!
Attending college can be stressful. We can help!
Western provides comprehensive counseling services to students at no cost. As trained professionals, our counselors can effectively navigate complex personal, academic, and career barriers that can affect your classroom and future workplace success.
This Cavalier Cupboard is designed to meet the immediate food needs of Western students by providing them with access to non-perishable food items, hygiene items, school items, diapers, and information on local resources. This service is open to all Western students with a valid student ID. Students are able to choose their own product each visit based on their household size and needs. We encourage individuals to take enough items to cover one week for their household.
More services for students can be found by clicking the link below.