Quad Cities Campus
Student Services at WIU-Quad Cities
The Office of Student Services will help you find information about services designed to help you succeed at WIU-Quad Cities.
One of the ways WIU-QC implements its core values is by offering professional advisors. The Advisors are trained and experienced in advising and committed to it full time. WIU-QC students appreciate the professional attention to their unique individual needs.
WIU-QC Career Services assists students in preparing to market themselves to prospective employers. Several career resources are available at www.careers.wiu.edu. Students are encouraged to not wait until the last semester before graduation to seek assistance.
Here are a few helpful links to get you started in the process of finding the best fit for your child and family needs:
Illinois Child Care: http://childcareillinois.org
Iowa Child Care: http://www.iacommunityaction.org/program.php
Western Illinois University is committed to justice, equity, and diversity. Providing equal opportunities for students with disabilities is a campus-wide responsibility and commitment in which the Disability Resource Center (DRC) plays a primary role.
All students that reside in Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, and Wisconsin on the Quad Cities Campus will pay Illinois in-state tuition and there is no requirement to establish Illinois residency. Information and resources about financial aid and scholarships are available to all students to help meet their educational goals.
Western Illinois University is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Western engages in numerous activities supporting this goal, including comprehensive training for police and disaster and emergency preparedness planning.
Quad Cities Complex and Riverfront Hall buildings have parking lots for faculty, staff and students who purchase a hang tag. Tags may be purchased at Student Services.
The Registrar's Office in Macomb manages course schedules, grades, transcripts, and student/faculty information. It is important to keep your information up to date, so for your convenience, the following Registrar Services are available at the WIU-QC Campus.
Western Illinois University oversees many of its own scholarships through our Scholarship Office, and applying for most of these can be as easy as submitting just one scholarship application form. Learn more about applying for scholarships.
The focus of the AmeriCorps Program here at Western Illinois University-Quad Cities is early childhood literacy. As an AmeriCorps member you will be serving early childhood students in and around the Quad Cities Area. You will be implementing the WQPT Public Broadcasting System’s “Ready to Learn” program as well as other techniques to enhance and expand literacy for young children.
For more information about AmeriCorps at WIU-QC contact Scott Brouette, Assistant Director for Quad Cities Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students have use of three full-service computer labs to assist them with class papers and projects. Open labs are located in the Quad Cities Complex and Riverfront Hall buildings. Scanners are also available in each open lab.
The WIU-QC Library serves the faculty, staff and students of the Quad Cities Campus. We provide all the traditional library services you would expect from a university library. We are known for our excellent public service and are always happy to provide library instruction on database searching to individuals or groups.
The testing center is located at the Quad Cities Complex. Testing Center Hours and Contact Information
Western's Knowledgebase is an online searchable database that houses many frequently asked questions and answers related to technology. It is a great place to start for questions about student accounts, mobile device configuration, and more.
We are available to speak at your meeting, class or special event! Staff members are available for speaking engagements from ten minutes to one hour, on a variety of international education topics.
The WIU-QC US Bank Writing Center serves the entire Quad Cities campus community, including students, faculty, staff, BHC students, and alumni. Professional writing consultants and instructors (Masters+) provide assistance with any writing project.
The online bookstore is an extension of the University Union Bookstore based in Macomb. You can order your textbooks online and have the courier bring them to the QC Campus. You can also order your favorite Leatherneck apparel.
The Veterans Resource Center is committed to assisting those who served or are currently serving in the U.S. military, and their family members. In collaboration with an array of University departments and community organizations, the Veterans Resource Center provides coordinated services and resources in a one-stop location to ensure that all military service members are afforded the greatest opportunities for success.