W&J College is committed to the academic success of every admitted student, including students with documented disabilities. We work with you and your faculty to ensure equal access to academic programs and activities and integration in the community.
Designing Individual Academic Accommodations
If you're a student with documented disabilities, through the Office of Disability Support Services you can seek academic accommodations that will meet your individual needs and support your goals for academic achievement. The Director for Academic Success will work with you on a case-by-case basis to identify and facilitate the appropriate disclosure, documentation, counseling, and accommodations required to create an accessible learning environment. Contact the Office of Disability Support Services for more information about the documentation guidelines and the accommodation process.
Academic Support Services
You can also find academic support through our network of peer tutors. The Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) program provides peer-based academic support in writing and subject areas including Accounting, Biology, Chemistry, Computing and Information Studies, Economics, Math (General and Probability & Statistics), Modern Languages (Chinese, French, German, Russian, Spanish), Physics, and Psychology.