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What We Do: Wellbeing & Accessibility Services
Personal Counseling:
Our counselors are available to assist you with any personal problems you may encounter that threaten your education success as well as your general well-being. We also provide crisis intervention to anyone experiencing a personal crisis and in need of immediate assistance.

Disability Support Services:
Students with disabilities that have been documented may qualify for reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Wellbeing & Accessibility office will assist in referring the student for appropriate services both on campus and in the community. A brochure providing a list of support services available for students with disabilities is available.

Academic Counseling:
Are you having trouble choosing a major course of study? Come in and talk to one of our counselors about how to choose a major, how to succeed in your major or about general academic concerns.

Workshops and seminars are designed to help the WWCC community achieve personal and academic success. Topics include: Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator, Learning Styles Inventory, assertiveness skills, decision-making skills, stress management, time management, relaxation techniques, job search skills, and more! All programs are free and open to students, faculty, and staff.

Support Groups:
Support groups at WWCC recognize and address the concerns of various groups of students. They serve as a means of support to help students cope with college demands and demands brought about in everyday life. Students have the opportunity to talk with other students who share the same concerns about life.

National Testing:
The Wellbeing & Accessibility office provides opportunities to take the ACT. Registration information is available in the office. Contact us for more information about the national and entrance exam schedule.

Helpful Links:

Recommended Courses:
• HMDV 1280 Explorations in Personality (Bret Zerger)
• HMDV 1270 Stress Management & Reduction (Kim Drane)

For more information, contact Wellbeing & Accessibility at (307) 382-1652 or
(307) 382-1600 or toll free (800) 226-1181