Academic & Personal Support Resources


Our A-Z directory connects you with a ton of academic and personal support resources!

Academic & Personal Support Resources, A-Z

Advising, Career, & Exploratory Studies
Meet with an academic advisor, get information about advising, explore careers, meet with a career counselor, learn about exploratory studies

All School Withdrawal
Students who, for any reason, need to leave UW before the end of the semester can complete an all school withdrawal by first contacting the Dean of Students Office.

Associated Students of the University of Wyoming (Student Government/ASUW)

Alcohol wellness alternatives, research, and education

Bike Library
Rent bikes for the semester

Campus Activities Center
Activities, events, and movies

Campus Map

Copy and Print Center
Color & Black/White Copying, large format printing (such as posters), resumes, bookletting & binding, laminating, brochure printing and folding, graphic design, and more

Counseling Center
Individual counseling, group counseling, outreach programming, and graduate training programs.

Dates to Remember
Start days, deadlines, and holidays for the semester.

Dean of Students Office
Student welfare coordinator, sexual misconduct investigations, and more.

Disability Support Services
Provides successful access and services for students with disabilities.
Information on Resources for Assessment of Possible Learning Disabilities or ADD/ADHD

Diverstiy, Equity, & Inclusion
Reviewing and investigating allegations of violations of UW Regulations 4-2 (Discrimination and Harassment), 4-3 (Title IX and Sexual Misconduct), and 4-4 (Violence in the Workplace).

Environmental Health & Safety
Report unsafe conditions, safety program pages

Excused (Authorized) Absences
Students who need to miss a few days of class for an unanticipated situation can apply to the Dean of Students Office for an Excused Absence, allowing them to make up any work missed.

Student’s right to privacy

Final Exam Schedule

Financial Aid
Scholarships & Financial Aid

Financial Services
Payment plans & paying bills

Financial Wellness
Education, training, and resources to enrich and encourage a lifelong practice of financial literacy, management, and resourcefulness.

First Gen Scholars
First Gen Scholars is a peer mentoring program designed to help first-year students connect to the resources, activities, and programs available at the University of Wyoming.

First Year Experience
Designed to help you get ready for the demands of college life. The goals of the FYE are to facilitate the transition to college life by developing skills to meet the challenges of higher education and improving self-awareness and understanding of others. In addition, we are dedicated to connecting first-year students to the wide variety of campus resources available. On this page you can explore opportunities and resources that will help you during this exciting transition. This is your home for finding avenues for getting involved on campus, help for tough classes, and support for planning your future and career.

Food Pantry
Located across campus, food share cabinets are a student-led effort to address food insecurity. The formation of the taskforce was inspired by this student-led approach! 

ID Office (WyoOne)
Replacement cards, passport photos, Campus$$, Dining$$, Spouse/dependent ID cards

Information Desk-Ticket Office
Purchase: tickets for university events, parking passes, some community events, and more.  Lost and found. 

Information Technology (IT)
Help, live chat, computer labs, computer repair, support, training, email, and more

Job Listings

Mathematics & Statistics Center
Free drop-in tutoring center for students enrolled in lower division math courses (below 3000 level)

Math Placement Exam
The MPE is an assessment to determine a student’s current math skill level, and it is an important tool to help guide you and your advisor to the appropriate math course for your skill level. 
Students can get help wtih Math Placement Prep at the Mathematics & Statistics Center or the STEP Tutor Center.

Multicultural Affairs
Provide academic and social support to ethnic minorities and all students interested in diversity and multiculturalism on the UW campus.


Native Anerican Education, Research, & Cultural Center
The NAERCC is a place of community, support, engagement, and learning all while assisting our students in maintaining their cultural identity. 

Newspaper (Student) Branding Iron

Non-traditional Student Center[BROKEN LINK]
Tips, Services, and programs for non-traditional students

Oral Communications Lab
Help with public speaking, topic brainstorming, class presentations, conference presentations, and more

Outdoor Program
Wide range of inclusive, safe, reasonably-priced outdoor programs and services to the UW community

Parking permits, bus schedules

Pay or appeal citations, purchase permits, parking options


Police Department – 307.766.5179
Traditional law enforcement functions are numerous non-enforcement activities, which include; fingerprinting, VIN inspections, lights-out surveys, money escorts, pick-up and storage of lost and found items, as well as other services that benefit the community.

Pregnant & Parenting Students
Students who are pregnant, have a pregnany-related condition, or are new parents may be eligible for additional academic support. Pregnancy related conditions include pregnancy, childbirth, false pregnancy, miscarriage, termination of a pregnancy, conditions arising in connection with pregnancy, and recovery from any of the listed conditions.

Poke Pride Center
Includes research library containing GLBTQ publications, magazines, videos, and newsletters, leisure/social area to relax in, donuts for diversity, panels, town hall meetings

Recognized Student Organizations
Meet and make new friends, pursue special interests, hobbies, or causes, participate in local, regional and national student and professional activities.

Students wishing to petition for academic reinstatement, who miss the petition deadline due to  documentable extenuating circumstances, may contact the Dean of Students Office. The Dean of Students will review the extenuating circumstances that impacted the student's ability to complete the petition on time, and if approved the student will be referred back to ACES. If not approved, the student will need to wait until the following semester to submit their petition for reinstatement.

Report It
Report violence, sexual harassment, or civil rights discrimination

Safe Project
Serving survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking at the University of Wyoming. Services are free and confidential 

Safe Ride307.766.RIDE
Free, on-call public transportation service that operates late nights on the weekends to offer nonjudgmental, safe, rides home.

Safe Zone
Creating an inclusive environment for the LGBTQIA community at the University of Wyoming and in the Laramie community

Police department, UW Alert, Text Tips, and road conditions & weather reports.

Scholarships & Financial Aid

Sexual Misconduct
The Dean of Students Office investigates reports of student behavior that may violate UW's Sexual Misconduct Policy.  Additionally, students who have experienced sexual misconduct, but who are not ready to make a report, can still receive confidential support from the Stop Violence Program and the Albany County SAFE Project. Visit the Stop Violence site for more information.[BROKEN LINK]

Shuttle Bus and Transit Transportation Services/Schedule

SLCE – Service, Leadership, and Community Engagement
Alternative breaks, community volunteering

STEP Tutoring
Free one-on-one tutoring, group tutoring, Supplemental Instruction, online tutoring, and more

Student Code of Conduct

Student Counseling Center

Student Educational Opportunity
Application-based program for academic support for economically disadvantaged, ethnic minorities, veterans, first-generation college students, students with disabilities, or underrepresented populations

Student Health Services
Services for acute or ongoing illnesses, injuries, minor surgical procedures, women’s health, mental health, physical examinations, preventive health, anonymous/confidential HIV testing, full service pharmacy, laboratory

Student Legal Services
Bankruptcy, debt collection, and court procedures, business/criminal/family law matters, contracts, tenant/landlord disputes, traffic violations, vehicle accidents, immigration, wills, and workers compensation, and more

Summer Session
Summer classes, summer travel programs and classes

Study Abroad
Exchange programs, faculty-led courses, internships

Test Anxiety
This PowerPoint presentation can help students with tst taking strategies and stress management. 
Accommodations are not available for test anxiety unless another condition is present and a contributing factor.  If this is the case, please apply for DSS and submit supporting documentation.  

The University Counseling Center also offers various resources to help manage test anxiety. Pamphlets & additional information are located by the east entrance of Knight Hall and from Academic Services in 314 Knight Hall. 

Transcript requests and enrollment verifications

Transfer Success Center
Transfer scholarships, steps for admitted students, degree plans,

Tuition and Fees
Current tuition and fee rates


University Studies
Student requirements, goals, purpose

UW Cares
Report something that you have seen or heard something regarding a student that causes you to be concerned.  (Not on A-Z Directory; form is at

Vending Services
Bike lockers, vending locations, vending refund locations

Veteran Services
Social and outdoor events and programs, coffee/snacks, tuition and financial aid information, military transcripts/training, work study opportunities, veteran affairs

Volunteer Opportunities

Writing Center
Help with all stages of writing process

WyoCast Presentations
Find WyoCast presentations by department or date. This site contains various streaming video presentations and lectures by faculty, staff, and guest lecturers of the University of Wyoming.