The office of Academic Wellbeing strives to guide students to the successful completion of their educational goals. By connecting students with professionals who understand that life extends beyond the classroom, Academic Wellbeing aims to take a holistic approach in helping students navigate both the academic and extracurricular aspects of their lives. Our team of student-centered professionals seeks to create an accessible, responsive, and constructive space in which students can learn and practice the skills necessary to be active, independent, and confident learners.
In addition to assisting students with common academic concerns, our office helps students further develop a sense of personal responsibility and accountability, navigate and find avenues to participate in university and campus culture, and hone their decision-making skills. Recognizing that our students are people first, our goal is to support the overall person first and foremost. We hope that students leave our office feeling heard, understood, and connected to meaningful and thoughtful allies. Whether students need help tackling a particularly busy pre-break week, balancing the demands of a full-time job with their coursework, or something else, Academic Wellbeing is here to help.
Academic Wellbeing can also assist students with:
- Advice on academic and administrative policies, procedures, and grievances
- Support with Committee on Academic Status petitions
- Communicating with your professors during an emergency
- Information on university and community resources
(757) 221-2538 (Fax)
We are located in the Sadler Center at 200 Stadium Drive in Suite 184.
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.