Center for Academic Success
The Center for Academic Success provides collaborative student support services designed to empower students to become independent and active learners who thrive at UWF and achieve their academic goals.
Spring 2021 Services Update
Visit our Center for Academic Success Services page for up to date information about our resources and services.
COVID-19 Modification or Support:
- What do I do if I need modifications, support, or resources specifically due to COVID-19 in relation to the Return to Campus plan? Please complete this form for follow up by the appropriate campus support office
- What do I do if I need accommodations due to a disability or medical condition? Begin the registration process with Student Accessibility Resources
First Year Advising
Freshman, First-Time-in-College, and Undeclared students are assigned to a specific advisor in First Year Advising to assist with academic goal setting, degree planning, and initial course registration before being transitioned to academic advisors in the major departments.First Year Advising
Tutoring & Learning Resources
Tutoring & Learning Resources provides learning and study skills development and subject-based tutoring free to UWF students.Tutoring and Learning Resources
Student Accessibility Resources
Student Accessibility Resources offers a variety of accommodations and services for students with documented disabilities including learning disabilities, deaf/hard of hearing, blind/low vision, mobility limitations, ADHD, psychiatric, and medical conditions.Student Accessibility Resources
Testing Services administers UWF accommodated, proctored, and make-up exams, as well as examinations required for admission to colleges, graduate and professional schools, and many other specialty professional examinations for certificates and licensure.Testing Services