As the Main Campus and both our law schools suspend all face-to-face classes we want to provide our students the tools and resources to successfully transition to online learning. Check out the link above for endless resources and online support.
The Office of Student Accessibility Services serves as a campus advocate for students with disabilities and ensures that all students have an equal opportunity to access academic programs and other aspects of university life.
The Office of Student Accessibility Services is located at 520 E 14th Street and can be contacted at 610-499-1266 or send us an email at:email@example.com. Feel free to give us a call! We always welcome information and questions from students, faculty, and staff about the accessibility of Widener’s academic programs and facilities.
- The Office of Student Accessibility Services is available to facilitate accommodations for access in online learning. If you have any requests to make online learning accessible as a result of a disability, or currently have accommodations and would like to discuss how they will be administered online, you can contact SAS at Disabilities@Widener.edu. For more information please visit the Student Accessibility Services website: http://sites.widener.edu/sas/student-information/
Undergraduate Catalog: This online catalog provides students with all university policies and procedures, curriculum ladders, and course descriptions. Take a look at various majors and see what courses are of interest.
Career Design and Development: Career Design and Development has a number of resources available to assist students in choosing the best major. Resources include: career counselors, a resource library, FOCUS interest assessment, and more! Online you can also look at options for various majors: What Can I Do With This Major.
FOCUS2: The Focus 2 is a free tool available to all Widener students. This tool helps students to identify their interest themes to uncover potential career paths. The Focus2 Assessment is open and free to all students and alumni.
Click the image above and enter the access code WU7391 to register today. Once you have completed the assessment, you are then required to meet with a Career Counselor to discuss your results. Call the Career Design and Development office at (610) 499-4176 to set up an appointment with a counselor to go over what the results can mean for you.
Fall Academic Workshops
Concerned About a Student?
Contact the Widener CARE Team, a central network of community members focused on caring, prevention, and early intervention for students experiencing serious distress or engaging in harmful or disruptive behaviors.
Use the CARE Team Reporting Form to make a referral!