Human Resources



WIU Speech-Language Hearing Clinic
  • Free Speech-Language-Hearing service for WIU employees and retirees during each semester
  • Nationally certified faculty directly supervise senior and graduate students in a clinic setting
  • Speech-Hearing-Language Clinic, (309) 298-1955
  • Speech and Hearing Clinic Website
  • Memorial Hall 230A
Hearing Clinic


Taking Classes on Campus
  • Civil Service Employee Tuition Waiver Information
  • Wellness-related Courses offered by WIU (Specific sessions/dates/times for upcoming semesters available in Course Search)
    • HE 120: Personal Health Promotion - Designed to enhance students’ physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and spiritual health which will enable them to pursue their college and life goals more effectively.
    • Higher-level courses in Health Education including HE 321 (Women's Health) and 441 (Mental Health)
    • NUTR 109: Introduction to Nutrition - Basic principles of human nutrition related to maintenance of optimum nutritional status.
    • RPTA 110: Concepts of Leisure - Explores the place of leisure in society. Examines what people do for recreation and leisure in a changing culture. Assists students from all majors to develop a personal leisure life-style that promotes wellness.
    • RPTA 112: Recreation for Life - Examines the contribution of organized recreation to the development and maintenance of individual well-being. This class will assist students’ personal exploration of how recreation can enhance body, mind, and spirit.
    • Kinesiology (KIN) courses including:
      • KIN 102: Swimming
      • KIN 118: Aerobic Dancercise
      • KIN 121: Badminton
      • KIN 128: Tennis
      • KIN 131: Aerobic Conditioning
      • KIN 141: Personal Fitness Program
      • KIN 147: Weight Training
      • KIN 149: Stress Managment and Relaxation Techniques
      • KIN 151: Basketball
      • KIN 158: Volleyball
  • All Human Well-Being Courses
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