Below you'll find a list of resources for you as a Graduate student. These service providers are available at the Biltmore Park Instructional Site and our Cullowhee campus, as well as for our Distance students studying online.
Biltmore Park students can access technical support at BPTechSupport@wcu.edu or 828.654.6498. Cullowhee and distance students can contact the Technology Commons for all their technology needs.
WCU Police Chief Steve Lillard reviews the full range of law enforcement services
University Police provides for the WCU community.
Learn more at police.wcu.edu
Director of Campus Recreation and Wellness, Brandon MacCallum, shares the available
programs for WCU students.
More information is available at reccenter.wcu.edu
The Center for Career and Professional Development provides graduate students with
a number of resources for finding employment after they complete their degree.
More information is available at careers.wcu.edu
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), provides individual and group counseling
through their staff, who are comprised of licensed clinical mental health professionals,
including counselors, psychologists, and social workers.
Learn more at caps.wcu.edu
The Office of Financial Aid works closely with students to build funding packages that will meet each student's individual needs.
Learn more at finaid.wcu.edu
Western Carolina University offers numerous scholarships, both need and merit-based, supporting a wide variety of student types and fields of study. In addition, WCU’s scholarship support staff work to connect students with state-administered scholarship opportunities and others. Learn more at scholarships.wcu.edu
Elijah McCoy, President of the Graduate Student Association (GSA), talks about the
GSA which serves and represents all graduate students and acts as the financial, informational,
and social liaison for your academic success.
Learn more at gsa.wcu.edu
From allergy injections, immunizations, laboratory tests, nutritional services, physicals,
STI screening, contraceptive options and more. We are here to meet the healthcare
needs of our academic community.
The Hunter Library is a resource for graduate students both residential and distance. You can explore the resources the Hunter Library has for research at library.wcu.edu
Discover all the options for parking on-campus whether you're a residential or commuter
Learn more at parking.wcu.edu
Whether you're looking for IT support, exploring the services available to you from IT as a graduate student or wanting to get your computer set up, the technology commons and IT help desk are available at it.wcu.edu
The Registrar's Office is here to support you through registration, transcript requests,
applying for graduation, and more.
Discover all the resources at registrar.wcu.edu
The Writing and Learning Commons (WaLC) and Math Tutoring Center can support you throughout
your graduate career, from citations to Master's thesis support.
Discover their resources at tutoring.wcu.edu