Academic advisors and mentors will help you navigate your courses and choose the experiences that lead to a path of professional success.
Student Success & Support
At Widener, we've got your back. Our network of support services helps you find your path to personal and professional success.
At Widener, you won’t just start your career at graduation. You'll continue the work you’ve been doing all along.
Our Counseling and Psychological Services staff will help you address personal, emotional, or social concerns.
We provide a host of services to students with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, and psychological disabilities.
At Widener, we care about both your academic and physical well-being.
Whether you live here or commute, we’re committed to making sure campus is a safe and welcoming place for all.
Your Personal Student Success Team
Before even stepping foot on campus, you'll make immediate connections with a wide-range of support including a:
- Faculty mentor to guide your academic success
- Peer mentor in your major to help you get acclimated academically and socially
- Student affairs liaison to connect you with contacts and resources across campus
- Librarian to assist with academic research
This program is available to all first-year undergraduate students regardless of major or commuter/residential status. Have a question? Please contact the Office of Student Success.
Student Success & Support Stories
Widener's Social Work Master's (MSW) program celebrates its 30th anniversary.
Recently secured funding is positioning Widener’s Integrated Professional Studies Program to continue helping students with intellectual disabilities as they build the self-advocacy, independence, and confidence to succeed in rewarding careers.
From getting involved to asking for help, to the importance of self-care and self-exploration, Widener faculty, staff, and students offer tips to the newest members of the Pride.