Note Taking in the Classroom (from Veterans Upward Bound)
The SQ3R Method (from Veterans Upward Bound)
Getting the Most Out of your Textbooks (from Veterans Upward Bound)
Test Prep and Test Taking
Test Taking (from Veterans Upward Bound)
Text Anxiety (from WSU's Counseling & Psychological Services Center)
Time Management Strategies (from Veterans Upward Bound)
From personal tutoring to group collaboration, there are a variety of tutoring options and subjects to support you.
Online tutoring is available for a select number of subjects through eTutoring.org.
Supplemental Instruction (SI) offers study groups for specific courses led by a student leader who has already successfully completed the course.
Student Support Services (SSS) is a grant funded program that provides academic support primarily to first-generation and low-income students.
Veterans Upward Bound (VUB) helps veterans prepare for and succeed in post-secondary education.
The Division of Student Affairs has a number of support centers that promote student learning, well-being, and success through comprehensive services and programs provided in an inclusive environment.
Focused Support Centers website
Weber Cares (WSU food pantry and voucher program)
Ogden Food Pantries
WSU Housing and Residence Life
Ogden Rescue Mission - 2781 Wall Avenue, Ogden, Utah - 801-399-3058
Lantern House - 269 West 33rd Street, Ogden, Utah - 801-621-5036
Nontraditional Student Center Hourly Childcare
Melba S. Lehner Children's School
Care About Childcare - Resources for families including free child care referrals, summer activity, and preschool guides.
WSU Centers, Programs, and Resources (Health Center, Counseling, Student Wellness, etc.)
Weber Human Services
WSU Centers, Programs, and Resources (Financial Aid & Scholarships, Money Management Center, etc.)
Cottages of Hope
Department of Workforce Services
Assistance for Homeless Students
National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth (NAEHCY)
The College Cost Reduction and Access Act - Application for homeless youth to qualify as independent for financial aid purposes.
Tips for filling out the FAFSA if you are a homeless college student