Support Programs and Services
WGSC Victim Advocacy Services
Trained Osprey Advocates are prepared to help those who may be a victim of power-based personal violence (i.e., sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and/or stalking). Advocates are CONFIDENTIAL. Click through for details.
Educational Opportunity Fund
The EOF program is designed to meet the educational and financial needs of students whose potential for college may not be reflected in their academic grades and whose economic background makes it extremely difficult for them to pursue a college education without financial aid.
Learning Access ProgramThe Learning Access Program (LAP) educates, advocates and facilitates equal access while maintaining a welcoming, inclusive and accessible campus community. The Learning Access Program upholds and extends compliance standards set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act in all of its policies, procedures, and practices.
The Mediation and Problem Solving Program seeks to assist students navigate interpersonal issues they may experience.
Formerly the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities, the Office of Care and Community Standards serves two distinct needs: The Care component helps students navigate crisis, emergencies, and personal difficulties by coordinating resources, providing supportive measures, and success planning. Community Standards includes the Campus Conduct Code, Campus Hearing Board, and conflict mediation.