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COMPASS: Registration & Records

Academic Advising

At Wittenberg University your academic advisor is the faculty member who teaches your first-year seminar. In addition, the first-year seminar offers a team of advising support through a professional staff member and a peer mentor. Your academic advisor can assist you in exploring a major/minor, selecting courses, exploring an internship, study abroad and opportunities for involvement outside of the classroom. They can offer professional/vocational advice and function as a reference and/or write letters of recommendation. Learn More...

Calling & Vocation

Wittenberg’s Office of Career Services goes beyond getting you the first interview. The Office insists on partnering with you from your first step on campus to graduation day, helping you grow and find your passion so you can fulfill your purpose. Learn More...

Academic Probation

We believe that students on probation need special advising to help them make the fundamental changes that will enable them to become successful. Therefore, students on academic probation are encouraged to meet frequently with their advisers. In addition, first-year students on academic probation or warning are encouraged to complete an assessment and meet with an Academic Services staff member to discuss their adjustment to college life and transition issues that can impact academic performance. Learn More...

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