Tips for Self Care
This has, understandably, been a stressful semester for many students as we have responded to the challenges presented by COVID-19. The Counseling Center has compiled some Tips for Self-Care so that you will feel empowered to continue engaging in activities that benefit your physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
Welcome to the virtual home for the UWG Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management (SAEM). We support the academic mission of the University by providing the services, facilities, programs, and people to help students succeed from pre-enrollment through graduation and beyond! There are many resources on our SAEM websites for prospective and current students. However, if you are unable to find what you need, I invite you to visit any of our departments or contact the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management by emailing email@example.com, calling 678-839-6423, or visiting Suite 200 of the Campus Center.
Go West! Go Wolves!
Dr. André L. Fortune
Vice President for Student Affairs & Enrollment Management
- Student Handbook
- Code of Conduct (pdf)
- Student Facts
- Disruptive & Distressed Students
- Responding to Students in Distress
- Student Safety Information
- Mission, Vision, & the Student Experience
- Graduate Assistant Policy Manual
- Student Activity Fee Budget Allocation
- Campus Awareness Response & Evaluation
- 2015-2021 Strategic Plan
Student Affairs and Enrollment Management
Office of the Vice President
Campus Center Suite 200
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Employment assistance for students seeking career, full-time, part-time, seasonal and summer jobs; on campus interviews and other career events to connect students with employers; co-op and internship experiences.
Center for Adult Learners and Veterans
Supports the retention, progression, and graduation of students at the University of West Georgia through services and programs for adult learners, veterans, and their families. The Center serves individual students and leads campus-wide education and awareness initiatives.
Location: University Community Center, 312
Phone: (678) 839-5210
Center for Student Involvement
Co-curricular activities to complement and accentuate the formal learning process; student organizations and leadership training. Student Government Association advisement.
Location: Campus Center
Phone: (678) 839-6526
Website: Center for Student Involvement
Enrollment Services Center
A student’s “first stop” for Registration and Financial Aid services, including assistance with readmission, registration, withdrawals, drop-add, transcript requests, Wolf Watch degree audit, financial aid applications and related documents, HOPE scholarships, and student loans.
Location: Parker Hall, First Floor
Phone: (678) 839-6421
New Student Programs
Coordinates and supports UWG 1101 (Freshman Seminar) and Learning Communities. Manages Orientation Programs for new students and parents, and Commuter Student Services.
Phone: (678) 839-4739
Medical assistance for students for all common ailments, pharmacy, limited lab services, gynecological services, emergency medical attention, sexual assault & crisis response, health education, and advocacy for students in crisis.
International Student Admissions & Programs
Operational support for all International student applications, services, and programs.
Location: Mandeville Hall, 229
Phone: (678) 839-4780
Office of Community Standards
The Office of Community Standards serves to engage students on issues of community membership and responsible decision making. We foster cognitive, personal, professional, and academic development with an emphasis on integrity and respect. This is accomplished by assessing a student's needs, providing proactive education, referring them to available resources, and promoting healthy lifestyle choices.
Manages the Campus Center ballroom, meeting rooms, state-of-the art fitness facility, climbing wall, and game room (fitness facilities free for students, memberships available for faculty, staff, and retirees). Provides recreational opportunities, including intramural sports fitness activities, and adventure trips.
Location: Campus Center
Phone: (678) 839-5500
Website: University Recreation