The Student Success Center provides a variety of support services to enhance student learning and academic achievement and promote completion of educational goals. The center consists of five different areas:
Advising and Career Exploration Services (ACES) offers assistance, support, and resources to those students who are exploring their academic major. The advisors in ACES help "deciding" students link their interests, skills, abilities, values, and personality styles to potential careers. ACES houses a Career Resource Center which holds a variety of materials to assist students with career exploration, including handouts, books, magazines, computerized career search software, and videos. It also provides workshops through out the semester on career-related topics, and acts as a campus -wide resource for academic advising.
Counseling Services Professional counselors provide support and assistance to UW-P students through personal counseling, group activities, and appropriate individual testing. Services are free (except for minimal fees for tests/inventories) and strict confidentiality is maintained. Students seek counseling for a wide variety of reasons, including help with academic problems, relationship concerns, stress, anxiety and depression.
Services for Students with Disabilities provides information about disability services to students and university personnel, coordinates academic accommodations and auxiliary aides, refers students to appropriate sources for non-academic accommodations or auxiliary services, and provides advocacy for students with disabilities. The services are provided to assist students with disabilities in receiving the academic accommodations needed to ensure equal access to the educational environment and to assist students with disabilities in obtaining access to university programs and activities.
Student Support Services provides support to students who need extra help or who have not had the high school preparation necessary to succeed in college. Learning skill sessions, study skill groups, counseling and tutoring are free to all qualified students. Students qualify by being in one of the following groups: first-generation college student, income eligible student, or student with a disability,
University Tutoring Services offers up to six hours per week of tutoring to the entire student body for a wide variety of courses. Tutoring fees are minimal, and tutoring is available to any student regardless of level or GPA.
The Women's Center The Patricia A. Doyle Women's Center serves as UW-Platteville's central contact for resources and support for women on campus. All students, faculty and staff are encouraged to drop in for educational resources or just a friendly place to relax and study.
Writing Center Free tutoring is available for student wanting extra help with writing strategies. Drop in or by appointment from 9-4 Monday through Friday and by appointment only Tuesdays / Thursdays from 4-7.