Discover resources for residential and online students regarding registration, advising, financial aid, student records, professional resources, student
success, courses and more.
The Student Accounts Office services both Student Accounts and Perkins Loans and is
responsible for: collections, returned checks, credit card discrepancies, voiding
refund checks, withdrawal refunding and more.
The Office of the Registrar maintains student records, oversees the official course
catalog, conducts degree audits, accepts and approves applications for graduation.
They also individualize the registration and course audit process for students.
The Office of Financial Aid is here to help guide you through all your Financial Aid
options as well as forms and deadlines. They also work closely with students to build
grant and loan packages that will meet individual needs.
The Advising Center offers comprehensive academic advising to undeclared and declared
undergraduate students. Advisors help students to select proper courses, to choose
careers and appropriate majors, and to understand university academic policies and
The Writing and Learning Commons (Belk 207) and Mathematics Tutoring Center (Stillwell
455) promote student success through math and course tutoring, writing support, academic
skills consultation, exam prep activities, and more
Division of Information Technology works to provide a reliable, comprehensive information
technology environment to enhance teaching, learning, research, services, and business
CCPD connects on and off-campus employers with student talent. Our services and partnerships
set out to prepare our students not only to meet the workforce needs of our region
and state but to become leaders in their field.
The Hunter Library provides high-quality content to support the teaching, research
and learning activities of the campus community. Free and open access to the library’s
physical and electronic collections is available to WCU students, faculty and staff