PNW Student Resources
Need help? Whether it’s choosing the right classes for your major or getting support from our counseling center, PNW student resources can help you thrive.
We are here to help! The Dean of Students works to address student needs and to guide with university policies and procedures.
Dean of Students Resources
From fielding your concerns to creating networks of support, we are here to help.
We connect students with resources to enhance the campus community. Our staff members are available to help you thrive.
This program provides online student training for awareness and prevention of sexual violence. Available at the start of the Fall and Spring semesters.
PNW’s Student Handbook compiles resources from across the university to help you navigate your path!
PNW Veteran Services aims to create a community of support and services to veterans, active duty service members, and their families.
PNW has plenty of free tools to help students succeed. Whether it’s meeting with your advisor, scheduling an appointment with the Writing Center or seeking Supplemental Instruction in one of your core courses, we encourage students to seek help early and often as you build a path to independent learning and success.
Free for PNW students—get assistance doing your own work with our free, interactive sessions with faculty-recommended student tutors.
Join free study sessions led by students with proven success in your courses! Our leaders are ready to assist you.
Whether you’re looking to take a placement test or make-up exam, we offer an array of services in comfortable, full-service secure labs.
Students, staff and faculty: we help you look at your writing more critically, identifying strengths and weaknesses and making suggestions for improvement.
Student Support Resources
At PNW, we’re committed to providing services and support to help you grow. We’re here to help, whether you’re discovering career opportunities, exploring counseling options or investigating accommodations that facilitate diversity, equity and inclusion.
PNW’s Career Center facilitate the connections between employers and students that lead to successful outcomes and satisfying futures.
The Counseling Center encourages, supports and assists students in their educational pursuit by providing psychological counseling and educational services.
We create an inclusive environment so students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to fully participate in any course or program.
PNW students have easy access to primary care with health-care facilities on our Hammond and Westville campuses.
We enhance the academic, cultural and social pursuits of students and scholars from abroad.
Opportunities to work on campus are plentiful and diverse, ranging from research assistants to baristas.
PNW offers health insurance options to students through Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Medical and Prescription Drug Plan. Learn more about enrollment options and requirements.
Get ready for classes with textbooks, backpacks, notebooks and electronic devices and embrace your PNW Pride with fan gear like t-shirts, hats, hoodies and more.
The PNW Food Pantry is proud to address the growing challenge of food insecurity among college students.
This ally-development program aims to create a visible network of support for LGBTQ individuals and their allies at PNW.
Developed by the University of Arizona and the NCAA, this program educates people to recognize the continuum of violence.
PNW has created Student-Family Study Lounges on the Hammond and Westville campuses as a way to help PNW students with children study and engage with fellow students.