Honors students, like all students at the University of West Florida, have access to a variety of services to support their academic, social, and professional development. From kayaking to Career Services, below are links to help connect you will all that's available to you at UWF.
Academic Center for Excellence (ACE)-Provides individual and group tutoring, and quiet study spaces.
Departmental Tutoring-Information on tutoring across campus
Mathematics, Statistics, & Physics Tutoring Lab-Provides individual tutorial assistance for UWF students in several mathematics and statistics courses.
The Personal Librarian Program-Introduces all incoming freshmen to the resources and services of the UWF Libraries.
The Writing Lab-Provides face-to-face and virtual grammar/tutoring sessions, "Skill of the Week" Tutoring Sessions, and a Grammar Hotline.
ArgoPulse-This web-based system allows you to search for student organizations on campus, stay connected with upcoming events and opportunities, and manage your student organizations.
Student Government Association (SGA)-Communicates the needs of UWF students to the university's administration and the local, state, and federal government.
Recreation and Sports Services-Provides a wide variety of recreational activities designed with the University community in mind.
Career Services: Provides resources to empower UWF Students/Alumni in the career development process. Also provides opportunities for experiential learning, civic engagement, service, and employment. Maintains JasonQuest, a free database of full time & part time jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities and career events happening at UWF.
Counseling and Psycholocial Services: Offers counseling and therapy to help students address how to manage, cope and grow with the stress associated with school and life. Provides one-on-one appointments as well as resources on its website.
John C. Pace Library: In addition to providing the materials for research, the Pace Library offers numerous other services to UWF students including equipment/technology loans, study carrels, research consultations, workshops, and more.
Military & Veterans Resource Center: Serves as a leading campus advocate for military, dependents and veteran students, working to ensure the needs of these individuals are met through coordinating with multiple university offices and services.
Navigating Through Your First Year: Check out the First Year Advising Center's recommendations for a smoother transition into college life.
Service and Citizenship: Supports student volunteers by identifying opportunities, facilitating placement with service and citizenship opportunities, and recognizing participation in community service.
Student Disability Resource Center: Offers a variety of accommodations and services for students with documented disabilities including learning disabilities, deaf/hard of hearing, blind/low vision, mobility limitations, ADHD, psychiatric and medical conditions.
Wellness Services: Provides health promotion services in the areas of alcohol abuse & misuse prevention, sexual health promotion and sexual assault prevention.
International Affairs & Study Abroad
UWF's Study Abroad office is an important resource for students considering embarking on a study abroad experience. Students can also attend Study Abroad information sessions and make appointments to meet with Study Abroad staff to receive additional guidance. Study Abroad is one part of the university's International Affairs division, which also oversees the Japan Center and Confucius Institute.
Possible Sources of Funding for Study Abroad: