The Learning Center - The Learning Center provides free tutorial assistance and academic support services to all students, including distance learners, enrolled at the University of West Florida.
Career Portfolio - The SSP Career Portfolio is a fantastic way to collect and display your accomplishments. These portfolios can be given to employers and admissions staff to judge your academic ability, maturity, and motivation. A document covering how to write a career portfolio is available to SSP students here.
Book Loan Library - The Student Success Programs has an in-house Book Library located in Bldg 18 Room 146B; the Book Library is designed to assist with the student’s book needs by loaning the books out through what our program calls “The Borrow-A-Book Program” whereby upon signing an agreement the student may borrow a text book(s) for the full semester and return the book(s) upon completion of the class. To accommodate the student needs as best possible, the Student Success Programs make book purchases each semester or perhaps SSP will pay the book rental fee for the student. To inquire about the SSP Borrow-A-Book Program email email@example.com or call (850) 474-2698.
TRiO Student Support Services Program - The Support Services Program is a federally funded TRiO Program which provides academic support for eligible university students. The program serves 200 low income, first generation college students (students whose parents or guardian have not completed a bachelor's degree), and students with disabilities.
Multiculutural Support Services Program - Multicultural Support Services provides support for university initiatives aimed at the recruitment, retention, and graduation of minority students.
Mentoring Program - The Mentoring Program is designed to pair University of West Florida students with upper-level students and professionals who advise and direct students on the path to success in their chosen field.
Brother-to-Brother - The Brother-to-Brother Program was developed to increase retention, and graduation among UWF's African American, Latino, and Hispanic male student population.