Michelle Helmerick: Dean of Students Office
359.7924; email@example.com; Showalter 300
Michelle is the resource for student assistance and support in times of challenge, crisis, or emergency. So, if a student is hospitalized, has a death in the family, has been the victim of a crime, etc. Send them here. You can contact her directly if you have concerns about a student’s well-being or a physical/mental health issue. She is in fact the person to go to if you don’t know where else to turn. She also manages an emergency fund for students who have safety needs (changing a lock), need to replace books due to damage or theft, etc.
Counseling and Wellness strives to meet the overall wellbeing needs of students. Services offered include wellbeing coaching, individual and group counseling, central food pantry and food cupboards, outreach, presentations, and sexual health resources. We offer a brief intervention model to address student mental health issues, with a 6 session annual limit. Counseling is offered both in person or virtually. Please call our office to set up an appointment or for more information. You can also visit www.ewu.edu/bewell. Counseling and Wellness is open 8-noon and 1-5pm, Monday through Friday. Here is the page of resources for faculty and staff. Contact info is 509-359-2366, firstname.lastname@example.org and locations are wellness office: 201 URC and counseling office: 225 Martin Hall, website is https://inside.ewu.edu/bewell/.
Academic advising helps students with understanding general education requirements, learning how to use the SOAR degree audit, and connecting with potential majors. Students should enter with an advisor assigned to them.
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Disability Support Services helps students with accommodations to allow all students to be successful at our university and to ensure that we comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. They can help students who may have unidentified disabilities as well as those whose disabilities have already been identified and accommodation plans created.
The Incident/Accident Form should be filled out as soon as possible and forwarded to:
EH&S, 002 Martin Hall
or Fax to (509) 359.4690
or Email to email@example.com
Provides free peer-based academic support services to EWU students including instructor-specific study groups, contractual one-on-one tutoring, academic coaching, and online tutoring.