Academic Center for Excellence
The Academic Center for Excellence provides free face-to-face and online tutorial assistance and academic support services to students enrolled at the University of West Florida.
The Writing Center, Building 51, houses the Writing Lab, Language Lab, and other areas that offer services to UWF students, faculty, administrators, and staff. Any university student, whether or not enrolled in a composition course, may use the Writing Lab for help with writing problems. The Writing Lab offers paper reading/critiquing and tutoring in grammar and usage, mechanics, and sentence structure.
Counseling & Psychological Services
Counseling & Psychological Services works collaboratively with Wellness Services and Student Health Services to create a culture at UWF in which students strive for mental and physical health. Each department also works independently, providing unique contributions to the UWF campus community.
Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC)
Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) serves as the university’s administrative arm of the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment Act (ADAAA) of 2008 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 to help ensure that students with disabilities are provided the same access to higher education programs that other students have. Accommodations are intended to provide students with disabilities an equal opportunity to achieve the same results that other students have the opportunity to achieve. The ADAAA and Section 504 guarantee equal access, though they do not guarantee success.
21st Century Scholars
21st Century Scholars offers a variety of resources to aid students in their learning and development. Some of our services include the Borrow A Book program, TRiO Student Support Services, Supplemental Instruction, Success Counselors, and the Academic Center for Excellence. Together, these programs are available to help students develop the skills necessary to succeed.