The Center for Academic Excellence, located in the Library, provides tutorial services in mathematics, writing, study skills, and academic advising. The center creates a venue for students to receive personal academic coaching, individualized tutorial help, and opportunities to participate in small learning groups. In addition, based on personal learning style inventories and strengths based assessments, students receive guidance in individual study strategies to benefit their unique learning style.
Tutoring services are also provided for the residence halls. Each floor is assigned a tutor to assist students.
Full-service banks are within walking distance of campus. Major credit cards are accepted in the bookstore. The business office does not accept credit cards for any kind of payment.
The college Campus Center contains kitchen and dining facilities, the Warrior Underground, the Door Stop Campus Shop, student mailboxes, and a variety of meeting spaces. Lounge areas, a game area, a coffee bar, and other spaces provide comfortable areas for students to relax.
The office of Campus Ministry assists students in their spiritual growth by providing pastoral counseling, by conducting daily chapel worship, and by planning special worship opportunities throughout the academic year. The office of Campus Ministry also works with volunteer student groups to enrich the spiritual atmosphere on campus. Campus Ministry is also involved with the residence staff in promoting student-led residence floor Bible studies and other volunteer spiritual growth activities.
Center for International Education
The Center for International Education (CIE) aspires to provide an all-inclusive global experience through enrollment and support of students from around the world; orientation and informational programming; an English Language Institute; social interaction through co-curricular activities; support for faculty, staff and other resource development; and encouragement of a campus environment hospitable to international education.
International students receive one-on-one attention from staff to help them as they adjust to their life at WLC. Guidance and support is available with academic programs, visas and government relations, campus social life and other concerns associated with the adjustment to collegiate life.
The Wisconsin Lutheran Technology Department administers the computer labs and offers non-curricular workshops for students. The college has its own dedicated access to the Internet as well as e-mail for the entire campus community. The computer labs are open to all students, faculty, and staff. A variety of software applications (word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentations, e-mail, Internet browser, and graphics design packages) are installed on these computers.
All residence halls have access to the campus network. Many students are finding it convenient and beneficial to bring their own computers to campus. Policies governing access and use of computing services as well as guidelines and recommended computer configurations are available from Technology@wlc.edu
Personal and spiritual counseling are available from the campus pastor and the counseling staff at any time.
To see a personal counselor:
If this is an Emergency contact an R.A. or another qualified WLC Staff member to assist you.
Our primary personal counselor is Tanya Gerhard of Christian Life Counseling. Other counselors can be arranged; contact Karen Fischer (Ext. 8549) to arrange this.
To ensure confidentiality - please e-mail Tanya at firstname.lastname@example.org
- she will get back to you within 24 hours. Identify yourself as a WLC student and suggest some times you are available. She will arrange your first meeting and any additional appointments.
There is no charge for on campus counseling - it is covered under your student insurance.
All services are completely confidential. You may share this with your parents - we will not. You are an adult and legally this must be kept private unless you decide to disclose it.
The college serves a complete schedule of meals for residents and commuters in the Campus Center. Food service is managed by Sodexo Corporation which also provides catering for special events on campus. All students living in a college residence are required to be on one of the five college meal plans (2011-2012 prices):
- Traditional Meal Plan, 19 meals per week -- $1,910/semester
- Block Meal Plan, 175 meals per semester plus $100 in Meal Money - $1,910/semester
- Block Meal Plan, 125 meals per semester plus $200 in Meal Money - $1,820/semester
- Block Meal Plan, 75 meals per semester plus $300 in Meal Money - $1,620/semester
- Senior Plan, $200 in Meal Money - $200/semester
Block Meals will EXPIRE at the end of each semester. Meal Money will carry over between fall & spring semesters – but WILL expire in May.
Limited vehicle parking is available on campus for both resident and full-time commuting students. Parking permits can be purchased at the parking office in the lower-level of the Recreation Complex. However, because on-campus parking is limited, it is recommended that resident students not bring automobiles to campus. More information about parking is available on the Motor Vehicle Policy page.
The Wisconsin Lutheran College Recreation Complex provides excellent facilities for physical education, recreation, intramurals, and intercollegiate athletics. The REX houses completely furnished weight training and fitness areas, an aerobics room, a dance studio, and a 130' x 190' main gym with a running track. Also available for use are a lounge and vending areas and complete locker and shower rooms.
For more information about Warrior Athletics, please visit wlcsports.com.
The Registrar's Office is the place to go for course adds/drops, transcripts, and all matters relating to course schedules, exam schedule, and fulfillment of graduation requirements.
Faculty, staff, and students work together in providing security for people and property on campus. In addition, public safety officers are on duty throughout the week. A safe is available in the college administrative offices for valuable items. More information about public safety services is available on the campus security page.