WLC's campus is closed until June 1. Learn more.
The Student Success Center serves as a hub for efficient and vital connections to advisors, professors, and students, creating relationships and providing services to enhance students' learning and academic success.
The disruption of normal, face-to-face interactions impacted WLC's academic advising process. Students should regularly check developments on myWLC (see the Registration Information and Advising Information links in the “Students” section). Students should also regularly check their WLC email for messages from professors and advisors.
In the event that a student can't reach their advisor in a timely manner, or if advising matters are not resolved to a student's expectation, they are encouraged to use the form below to submit a request, which will be acknowledged within 24-48 hours.
ACADEMIC ADVISING REQUEST FORM
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please dial 911.
If you are having suicidal thoughts or know someone who is, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline hotline at 800.273.8255. Click here for Lifeline Crisis Chat.
If you, or someone you know, is having a mental health crisis, call the Christian Family Solutions Crisis Line, available 24/7, at 800.438.1772, option #1.
The Student Success Center exists to provide a high level of support for all students and faculty and is conveniently located on the main level of the
Marvin M. Schwan Library.
All Wisconsin Lutheran College students are encouraged to use the
CliftonStrengths online assessment to assist them in identifying their top five themes of talent.
CliftonStrengths program teaches students how to develop their natural talents into strengths and apply them for success in all areas of their lives. It can be used as a resource in discussions regarding academics, advising, personal life, career, and spiritual life.
The Praxis Test dates and details can be found by going to the Official Praxis Site. Praxis preparation and study books are located by the Student Success Center desk in the library. Click on the following resources for practice tests and tips on how to successfully pass the Praxis tests.
Helpful Tip: For the middle school content knowledge test, check out 6th grade level math, science, social studies, and reading textbooks. The content on the test is very similar to the 6th grade textbooks.
Wisconsin Lutheran College has many resources and services to help students succeed. Become familiar with our resources and encourage students to reach out for help.