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Academic Support Programs
Vandal Success Center
Commons Third Floor
208-885-6307
ASP consists of three support programs for students:
Tutoring and College Success- provides free tutoring, supplemental instruction and academic coaching for all students on campus
Student Support Services- a federally funded TRIO program that provides support for first-generation college students and some students with financial need
Student-Athlete Support Services - Academic support specifically for Vandal athletes.
Career Services
Vandal Success Center
Commons Third Floor
208-885-6121
Career Services helps students with job and internship placement, CV review, career exploration advising, and many other helpful career development resources.
Counseling & Testing Center (CTC)
Mary Forney Hall, 3rd Floor
208-885-6716
Personal and group counseling for full-time students, testing for learning disabilities, and a stress/anxiety management program.
Dean of Students
TLC 232
208-885-6757
Information on Greek and residence life, national student exchange, veteran’s advisor, student affairs information and much more.
Financial Aid
Bruce M. Pitman Center 118
208-885-6312
The Financial Aid office handles all financial aid questions. Every student has access to a financial aid advisor, assigned based on the first letter of the student's last name.
Honors Program
Commons 315
208-885-6147
ITS (Information Technology Services) Help Desk
TLC Room 128
208-885-4357 (HELP)
Email: support@uidaho.edu
Hours: Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
ITS works with students, faculty and staff to provide technical assistance with computer technology.
Pitman Center
Labs
Pitman Center
lab in the basement of the Bruce M. Pitman Center
Library Labs On the 1st and 4th floors of the Library
Math Center/Polya
Brink Hall 300
208-885-6742
From their website click Polya Math Center link, click on the link specific to your math course and you’ll find tutor information (these are private tutors who charge for the service).
Nutrition Counseling
623 S Main Street
208-885-6717
Free cooking classes at the Student Recreation Center.
QuickCare Walk-In Clinic
2500 W. A Street Suite 101
208-882-0540
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Sunday, 1 - 4:30 p.m.
Registrar's Office
Bruce M. Pitman Center 119
208-885-6731
Information on registration status and catalog language, etc.
Statistics Assistance Center
Library, Second Floor
208-885-4683
Tutoring and help with statistics coursework.
Student Accounts
Bruce M. Pitman Center 125
208-885-7447
Financial information for students.
Student Health Center
623 S Main Street
208-885-6693
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed on U of I-recognized holidays
University Psychiatrist
623 S Main Street
208-885-6716 to schedule an appointment
Women’s Center
Memorial Gym Room 109
208-885-2777
The Women’s Mentoring Program provides undergraduate level women of all years with a unique opportunity to create mentoring relationships with experienced students, staff and faculty on campus.
Writing Center
Commons 323
208-885-6644
During a writing conference, tutors help students clarify their thinking and develop their ideas. Tutors also help students find strategies for improving organization, grammar and punctuation.

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Academic Support Program
Lighty 180
509-335-6000
The Academic Support Program is designed to help all students attain their full academic potential while providing extra assistance to students who need more guidance as they adjust to college life.
Center for Advising and Career Development
Lighty 180
509-335-6000
The Center for Advising and Career Development (CACD) offers a number of services to assist students in their personal development and academic success. The center provides academic and career advising, career counseling, peer tutoring and wellbeing workshops.
Counseling & Testing Services
Lighty 280
509-335-4511
Offers individual counseling, couple and group counseling, psychological testing, drug and alcohol services, self-help and 24/7 crisis counseling.
Dean of Students
French 134
509-335-5757
Health and Wellness Services
PO Box 642302
509-335-3575

Honors College
PO Box 642012
509-335-4505
The Honors College at WSU offers an enriched, four-year core curriculum to high-achieving students who enjoy the challenges of an engaged academic community.
ITS Help Desk
PO Box 641222
509-335-4357
Offers online, phone, email, and walk-in support.
Math Learning Center (MLC)
Neill 103
509-335-3926
Office of the Registrar
PO Box 641035
509-335-5346
Pullman Campus Safety Plan
PO Box 647300
509-335-8548
The Campus Safety Plan contains a listing of university policies, procedures, statistics and information relating to campus safety, emergency management and the health and welfare of the campus community.
Student Accounts
PO Box 641039
509-335-9651
Student Financial Services
Lighty 380
509-335-9711
Transportation Services
PO Box 645500
509-335-7275
Women's Resource Center
Wilson-Short Hall Room
509-335-6849
The Women’s Resource Center offers a wide array of programs and services for all students, faculty members and staff.
Writing Center
Smith CUE 305
509-335-7959

Physical Address:

1212 Blake Ave 
Moscow, ID 83844-3236

Mailing Address:

University of Idaho 
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3236
Moscow, ID 83844-3236

Phone: 208-885-6333

Fax: 208-885-6339

Email: navyrotc@uidaho.edu