Student Educational Opportunity
University of Wyoming
Dept. 3808, 1000 E. University Ave.
109 Knight Hall
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: 307 766-6189
TeleType: 307 766-3073
Fax: 307 766-4010
UDSS staff works with other Student Affairs offices to ensure that students with disabilities have access to a full range of student services. These programs include Student Success Services in SEO, the Center for Advising and Career Services, University Counseling Center and others. Read on for more information.
As a student with a documented disability, you are eligible to apply for services from Student Success Services (SSS). SSS is a project within Student Educational Opportunity that serves full-time UW students. Its goals include "increasing the retention and graduation rates of eligible students and to foster a supportive institutional climate." Services provided include study groups, study skills workshops, career exploration, graduate school exploration, and academic and personal support. For more information or to get an application, contact the SEO main office at 330 Knight Hall. SSS can also be reached at the same phone and TTY number as UDSS (307-766-6189 and TTY: 307-766-3073). Their e-mail address is email@example.com or Web: http://uwadmnweb.uwyo.edu/SEO/sss/
The Center for Advising and Career Services offers career services to help students with job related issues. The staff can assist with exploring different careers, interview preparation, resume writing, and the job search process in general. Call 307-766-2398 for appointments.
University Counseling Center
The University Counseling Center, 341 Knight Hall, helps students resolve personal problems which interfere with their academic success. Examples include family problems, divorce, depression, eating disorders, etc. Call 307-766-2187 (V/TTY) for appointments.
Located in Room 304 Biological Sciences, the Psychology Clinic is staffed by interns in psychology who are closely supervised by professional faculty. Students who feel they may have a learning disability or need to have an updated assessment of their learning disability status may be able to obtain low-cost testing through the Psychology Clinic. To make an appointment, call 307-766-2149.
Counselor Education Department
The Counselor Education Training Clinic offers free and confidential counseling services for individuals, couples, families, adults, adolescents, and children. Counseling is provided by masters-level students who are supervised by faculty and are taped. For more information, call 307-766-6820.
Students are advised by faculty or staff advisors for course and degree planning purposes. Undeclared students are advised by the Center for Advising and Career Services. UDSS assists with academic advising by collaborating in the advising process. Issues such as classroom accessibility, choice of instructors, and course content (reading and writing demands, etc.) are particular concerns for UDSS students. As you work through the advising process, also consult with your UDSS coordinator to supplement the information you need to make course and degree planning decisions.