Improve Your Academic Success
WSU offers many resources and services to support your success and help you navigate the challenges college brings.
Not sure where to start? Explore the options below or schedule an appointment with an advisor in the Warrior Success Center to learn more.
Study Skills Course: EDUC 115
EDUC 115 is an interactive, hands-on course that meets for an hour once per week. It's designed for students on academic warning or probation to help you identify personal and academic barriers so you can tackle them head-on.
In this course, you will explore:
- Your own motivation level, academic strengths and challenges
- If your major fits with your strengths, personal and professional goals
- How to manage your time, how to take good notes and other study strategies
- Resources such as tutoring, writing center, counseling services and more
If this class may help you reach your academic goals, contact Advising Services in the Warrior Success Center at email@example.com or 507.457.5878 for more information.
Academic Status Calculators
Regularly calculating your GPA is a good way to make sure you stay on track. To find out what grades you need this semester to get back in good standing, take time to calculate your GPA and completion rate.
If you want help using the calculators or are unsure about your academic status, call the Warrior Success Center at 507.457.5878 or schedule an appointment.
Support Services on Campus
Students have access to a wide variety of free academic support services at WSU. Advising Services supports students with registering for classes, selecting majors and overcoming academic challenges. They can also connect you with services for writing skills, tutoring and career planning, just to name a few.
Check out other campus resources and find those that best fit your needs.
||Provides students with disabilities equal access through assistance and support tailored to their specific needs.
||Assists students with career development and preparation, the job and internship search, and graduate school applications.
||Helps students sort things out when life’s challenges get in the way.
|Inclusion and Diversity
||Raises awareness, promotes cultural understanding, and builds positive connections between people.
||Supports the specific needs of students studying in the US from other countries while helping them navigate college successfully.
|TRIO: Student Support Services
||Provides comprehensive support to first generation students, low-income students and students with disabilities with the goal of helping them reach graduation.
||Offers free academic assistance to all students through one-on-one and group tutoring sessions. Tutoring sessions are typically led by peer-student tutors.
||Helps students master college-level writing by providing guidance on ideas and organization. Writing Center tutors will also review grammar rules with you.