You are now a member of the Wildcat family. We are pleased you have chosen WilmU to continue your education and we want to give you all of the support you need to be successful.
You can log in to WebCampus to view or change your course schedule.
First year students with 15 credits or less are required to enroll in FYE 101, a course that prepares students for their academic success.
Here's a checklist of things you will need to do to ensure you are prepared for your first day.
Take your first step as a Wildcat by attending an Accepted Student Event or New Student Orientation.
These events are a great way for you to learn more about the University and meet your faculty, staff, and fellow students. Join us to tour our facilities, learn about our policies and your next steps, get your student ID card, and discover more about your degree program.
WilmU's dedicated advisors, mentors, and tutors are here to provide support in person and online. It's as simple as making a phone call or stopping by.
A: Peer Mentors will assist first year students, enroll in FYE 101, during their academic transition into college. Mentors will offer guidance, respond to questions and provide information about campus and community resources; to empower mentors to become successful students at Wilmington University.
A: Students will utilize WebCampus for access to online services, Blackboard for online learning, and University email to stay in touch with professors and peers. Any additional online systems needed will be outlined by the instructor in the course syllabus.
A: A course syllabus is usually available on Blackboard about 2 weeks prior to the start date of the course. Login to Blackboard at http://www.wilmu.edu/blackboard/index.aspx. Select the name of your course in the “My Courses” list on the Blackboard start page or the “Courses” tab. On the left course menu, click Syllabus.
A: The instructor will specify in the course syllabus if you are required to read any materials for your first day of class.
A: Textbooks are available for purchase 2 weeks before the start of classes at the Campus Store.
A: The instructor will specify in the course syllabus if you need any additional materials for class besides the course text.
A: The Student Success Center provides support and resources to help you reach your academic goals including tutoring, workshops & seminars, and resources guides.
A: The campus offers free WiFi access and classrooms are well equipped with power outlets for personal laptop connection. Computer labs are available but are limited to Technology majors.
A: Student Life is committed to make students college experience a positive one. Each year they hosts a series of events and activities both on and off campus. It's easy to get involved.
A: Call, chat or email the University Information Center (UIC) for assistance.
A: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records.
A: As a result of FERPA, Wilmington University must have written consent to disclose student records to parents and/or other parties.
A: Wilmington University's low tuition rates are the same for both in-state and out-of-state students.
A: Applying for financial aid the first time can be confusing. Our Financial Aid department has step-by-step instructions to guide you through the process.
A: Yes, the University has a Technology Purchasing Program which enables students to purchase personal computers at a student discount from select vendors..
A: Unless specified by the course instructor there are no university requirements for personal computers.
A: View the Academic Calendar for a list of these dates for each term.
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