University Resources

 

 

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Admissions
Lee Hall, 3rd Floor
(800)468-5614 or (540)654-2000
 
 Office of the Registrar
Office of the Registrar’s veterans information page
 Lee Hall, Room 206
 Information regarding certification of benefits and GI Bill information.
 Veterans Affairs Liaisons:
 Fredericksburg Campus, contact Patricia Sarkuti   (540) 654-2140.
Stafford Campus, contact Robert Louzek at (540) 286-8075.
Robert Louzek is retired from the USN.
 
Office of Academic and Career Services
Lee Hall, Room 206.8
First year, and transfer academic advising, and study-skills workshops.
Contact Charlotte T. Corbett-Parker (540)-654-1010
Academic Services Contact Form
 
Disability Resources
401 Lee Hall
1301 College Avenue
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Phone:  (540)654-1266
Contact Agata Thompson
A person with a disability is anyone with a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities such as walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, caring for self, performing manual tasks, working, or learning.
 
Student Activities and Engagement
The Office of Student Activities and Engagement (SAE) is the home to a myriad of student activities on campus. From working with our over 130 student organizations to collaborating with academic departments, we are here to assist the UMW community in proposing, developing, and executing meaningful programming for the entire campus.  Please see our calendar to see all that is happening on campus, and feel free to reach out to us in our office, through email, and our social media platforms if you have any questions.
3rd Floor, University Center
1301 College Avenue
Fredericksburg, VA  22401
Ethan Feuer, Director
540-654-1061
sae@umw.edu
 
Talley Center for Counseling Services
The Talley Center for Counseling Services provides individual therapy, group therapy, psychiatric services, referral and case management services for full-time undergraduate UMW students. Transitioning to college life after military service can be challenging. Counselors at the counseling center can provide confidential support as you make the transition to becoming a student at UMW. Licensed mental health clinicians are also available for consultation and crisis intervention.
Lee Hall, Room 106
Secretary (540) 654-1053
Catherine Smith MACC served in the USMC
 
Student Health Center
The Student Health Center (SHC) is a weekday health clinic for UMW students. As the name implies we serve undergraduate students, not faculty, staff or the general public. The SHC is focused on the routine acute health care needs of its student population and is limited in scope. It is not an emergency room and does not provide the full, comprehensive services of a family practice such as long term disease follow-up or hospital care. The SHC is non-profit and thus does not have expensive (profitable) x-ray and lab facilities. The SHC does not participate in any insurance plans and thus cannot do any medication and specialist pre-authorizations.
Lee Hall, Rm 112. 
540-654-1040
FAX 540-654-1077
healthcenter@umw.edu
 
Fredericksburg Campus Writing Center
ITCC 430
(540)-654-1036
The Writing Center offers assistance on all types of writing projects: reports, papers, cover letters and resumes, white papers, and research projects. The Writing Center can also help you prepare for in-class essay exams and for standardized tests that include essays such as the Praxis I writing exam.
 
Speaking Center
The Speaking Center  is here to help you with all of your communication needs. Our consultants can help you with your class presentation, group project, or other SI-related assignment. We can also help you prepare for interviews, produce attention-getting presentation visuals, and develop effective communication practices for interpersonal, group, public speaking, and mediated communication settings.
ITCC 437
654-1347
 
Center for Honor, Leadership and Service  
The Center for Honor, Leadership, and Service is located on the 3rd floor of the University Center. We encourage you to come by the Center to learn more about our programs and services. You can also reach us by phone at 540-654-2272 or by email at chls@umw.edu.