PLEASE NOTE: In order to ensure the health and safety of our students, employees and guests, we ask that you call or email the AAEC general line or your assigned AAEC advisor to limit in-person contact for drop-in purposes and individual appointments. Until further notice, all AAEC staff will be working remotely and connecting with students via email, phone or webex.
|Resource||How to Access|
|Internet access||Several internet providers have launched programs to assist students who may not have internet at home: Comcast Internet Essentials and Charter Spectrum Broadband.|
|Laptop or other smart device access||Andersen Library provides laptop and iPads to be checked out upon request|
Help Desk has provided valuable videos, how-tos and documents regarding the various platforms you may use in your classes for the remainder of the semester.Start here for some general information. Still can’t find what you’re looking for? Contact the Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 262-472-4357.
|Campus Tutorial Services||
Review their website on March 30th for up-to-date information on what types of tutoring will be available the remainder of the semester, as well as how to access.
Additionally, the site provides some helpful links on how to transition to online learning.
|Academic Survival Skills Module via Canvas||
This site is designed to provide you basic information about a variety of skills that will help you develop new academic skills and study strategies – something that could be quite beneficial given our recent instructional transition!
You can self-enroll in the course by clicking on the following link: https://uws-td.instructure.com/enroll/WECYGM
|Navigate Student App||
This app is PACKED with many helpful resources, including setting up study buddies in your classes, scheduling appointments with your assigned academic advisor, accessing campus resources, etc.
More information can be found at https://www.uww.edu/advising/navigate
|University Health and Counseling Services (UHCS)||
Counseling sessions have been moved to phone calls. For information on how to set up a session, please call 262-472-1300.
You can also find out more FAQs surrounding COVID19 including information about health and campus life here (scroll down the page).
|CSD (Center of Students with Disabilities)||CSD provides specific instructions on how to meet with DSCs, tutors and instructors during this alternative delivery format. Be sure to review their website to see if/how any support services have changed due to COVID19.|
The Academic Advising & Exploration Center (AAEC) provides proactive and developmental academic advising to assist students with their transition to college and their development of an educational plan consistent with their personal values, interests and abilities.
Advising is most effective when it is viewed as an ongoing process in which the students and the advisors work as partners. Students must continuously work with their advisors in order to develop comprehensive academic plans that lead to successful career planning.
Ultimately, students have the responsibility for their own educational plans and for monitoring all requirements for graduation.
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