The Student Life office at Wilmington University offers the following services:
Organizations & Clubs
Events for Students
Annual Student Life Events
Health & Wellness
The Office of Public Safety, Career Services and the Alumni Association are also valuable resources and we encourage you to use the services provided by them.
Welcome to Career Services! Career Services is a free resource and exists to help students and alumni to learn about their chosen career fields and to develop career plans. Some of our many services include online career-related workshops, an online job posting board, virtual career fairs, and a web-based career assessment tool; known as FOCUS. Additionally, Career Services can also help you to navigate the Federal Work-Study Program. The Federal Work-Study Program is a federally funded financial aid program designed to create jobs to help students meet their educational expenses. Our goal in Career Services is to bridge education and life experiences with lifelong professional goals.
Welcome to the Office of Disability Services. You can find out more information about Disability Services by clicking on the "Student Services" tab and following it to "Disability Services". Here you will find all of the information you will need to know about Disability Services at Wilmington University. If you are a first time college student, please note the law that protects higher education students, the Americans with Disabilities Act, is different than the law that oversees elementary and high school students. In order to receive accommodations, please refer to the Procedure/Guidelines for Receiving Special Accommodations. Follow the directions here which will direct you to submit two forms of information; a Self ID form, which can be downloaded here, and Documentation, for the guidelines are listed here. Please note that it generally takes 2-3 weeks for the Office of Disability Services to process a file once it has been submitted. So, it is best to start this process well before you intend to take any classes. Thank you for your time today and please contact the Office of Disability Services with any specific questions.
FERPA is a Federal law that is administered by the Family Policy Compliance Office in the U.S. Department of Education. Once a student reaches 18 years of age or attends a postsecondary institution, he or she becomes an "eligible student", and all rights formerly given to parents under FERPA transfer to the student. To better understand your rights, please read the information available on the University's website.
Wilmington University is a community of individuals who come together to learn, work and grow in character. Students are expected to conduct themselves in a mature and responsible manner that demonstrates commitment to the ideal of honorable behavior for oneself and the community as a whole. Students are also responsible for being familiar with and abiding by the policies and regulations of the University. To better understand the polices, please review the University Student Handbook.
The Office of Public Safety offers a variety of services to the students at Wilmington University. Did you know that the Office of Public Safety provides 24/7 campus security patrol, provides escorts for students, staff and faculty, and issues phone and text alerts? In the event of emergencies, urgent situations, inclement weather, or disruptive traffic or travel conditions, Wilmington University will employ a mass-notification system. To sign up for emergency phone and text alerts choose Account Information > My Alerts to update your phone numbers now!