The School of Community Education aims to make your Wittenberg experience a pleasant one.
From registration and admissions assistance to career services advice when engaging with potential employers, our highly educated and knowledgeable staff is dedicated to fostering the goals and needs of each of our unique students. Please review the resources at your dispose as a Wittenberg SCE student.
We’ll help you with all administrative matters in a friendly, smooth and simple way. Here’s what you can expect from us:
Clear and quick evaluation of your transfer credits and other transactions.
Continuous professional advisement by our professional staff.
One-stop procedures: admission and basic registration procedures take place through SCE, typically requiring only a few minutes. Adult students in day majors also see their faculty advisers.
Convenience of online registration, once you have registered for your initial term. If you would happen to miss that process, you may register in person, or by mail, FAX, or e-mail.
If you are still sharpening your computer skills, you’ll be glad to know that Wittenberg offers several ways for you to improve. Simply engaging in the @witt @home process – the “blended learning” mode that combines classroom and online instruction – will give you a good start.
Wittenberg’s Information Technology Department is a source of help in learning how to set up and use a computer. Our largest student lab hosts 75 PCs and supporting equipment 24/7, and you'll find other labs throughout the campus. Computing for the Liberal Arts and Sciences (COMP 121Q) is a course that takes you through applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and database development and introduces you to basic programming.
You can sharpen your public speaking skills at the Oral Communication Center, where faculty-approved students will serve as your tutors.
The Writing Center features faculty-approved writing advisers who can help you master the written word.
The Math Workshop provides tutors who can help you with math and math-related courses.
The Career Services staff can assist with internships, with potential employers, and they will also help critique your resume, cover letter, and personal statement.