A variety of career services exist for our students, including the following:
- An on-line system that connects students to jobs, employers, and mentors
- Career counseling and career planning assistance
- Internship placement and guidance; supplemental learning experiences
- Externship placement and guidance; field experience and student teaching placements
- Access to current career information; resume, cover letter, and interviewing assistance
- Workshops; employment opportunities
- Job search assistance; graduate school information
- Career assessment; career opportunity fairs
- Career Library (Le Fer Hall) and Resource Library (on-line)
Contact: Susan Gresham, Director of Career Development, (812)535-5121, email@example.com.
The College’s financial aid office is located in Guerin Hall, Room 224. You can also reach staff at (812) 535-5100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is vitally important that you respond to Financial Aid emails, requests for papers, tax information, your signature on forms, etc. Without completing this work, you can’t receive financial aid.
Also, a few helpful tips:
- Financial aid information is FREE. Don’t be scammed into paying for financial aid services.
- Scholarships for adult students are rare. But you can save money in many ways.
- You may be eligible for tax breaks for educational expenses; consult your tax preparer.
If you need computer assistance or help accessing online resources, contact the college's IT help desk by phone at (812) 535-1177, by email at email@example.com, or online at http://helpdesk.smwc.edu.
The Learning Resource Center (LRC) provides a variety of resources to support students in achieving their academic goals. While some require a visit to campus, others can be provided by email or phone. Academic support services offered by the LRC include:
- Tutoring Services
- Writing Lab Assistance
- PRAXIS Test Preparation
- CLEP Testing
- ADA Advisement
- Open Workshops
- Math Placement Exams
Contact: Elizabeth Coley, Learning Resource Center Director, (812) 535-5173, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Library hours vary when the campus is not in session, i.e., holidays, summer and between campus semesters. Call (812) 535-5223 for hours.
To help our baccalaureate degree seeking students who transfer in fewer than 50 hours of transfer credit get a firm foundation in the Woods Online program, we pair them with a mentor, a current online student who has been in the program at least 3 semesters, to be a source of support during their first semester as they transition into distance learning. Students with over 50 hours may also ask for a mentor.