Nebraska Wesleyan faculty and staff are invested in our students’ academic progress and personal growth. A friendly face, a listening ear and a caring approach can often help our students get in touch with the resources they need. MAP-Works, NWU’s Student Support System, is an early alert and intervention program for CLAS students designed to help identify those students who may need extra assistance in achieving academic success. When a report is made, a member of the Student Support Response Team will reach out.
If you have any questions about the Student Support System, please contact Candice Howell by email at chowell [at] nebrwesleyan.edu.
Students, Parents and Employees
Students, parents and university employees who are concerned about a student are encouraged to report their concerns here. Students are permitted to refer a friend about whom they might have concerns, or a parent to refer a son or daughter. This referral may be anonymous.
Additional Student Resources
NWU provides these additional resources for students to help guide them toward academic success and good health:
- Cooper Center provides assistance with studies at all stages of a student’s academic career
- Personal Counseling offers a wide range of short-term educational and psychological counseling services for NWU students
- Student Health is a walk-in clinic offering high quality health care services
- University Ministries is available to help students in their spiritual journey