From free counseling to disability accommodations and more, Texas Wesleyan is committed to making sure that every student, faculty member and staff member has the resources that they need to thrive. Explore some of the resources available to the Texas Wesleyan community below.
The Academic Success Center offers tutoring and workshops at no charge for students in math, biology, chemistry, physics, accounting, history, psychology, writing and more. Both virtual and face-to-face appointments are available.
The TXWES Food Pantry offers food to the entire RAMily in times of need and hunger. This resource is here to ensure that no member of the Texas Wesleyan family goes hungry. Please feel free to stop by the Food Pantry, located on the first floor of the Polytechnic United Methodist Church.
The Care Team assists in protecting the health, safety and welfare of the students and members of the Texas Wesleyan community, as well as providing a comprehensive response to students whose behavior is disruptive, disturbing or concerning. To refer a student to the Care Team, you can email the Care Team or the Dean of Students, or call a Care Team representative at 817-531-7545. If you have not witnessed any specific behaviors but are concerned for a student, please call or email for assistance.
Care Team email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dean of Students email: email@example.com
Care Team Phone: 817-531-7545
Dean of Students Phone: 817-531-4872
Under federal law, students with disabilities are provided a level playing field so that they may compete equally with their peers. A Letter of Accommodation, based on documentation provided by a physician, psychologist, diagnostician or other healthcare professional is issued for students with disabilities when they have presented the necessary documented evidence, or the receipt for the testing accommodation, to the Disability Services Office.
The Texas Wesleyan University Community Counseling Center is available to provide counseling and education to Texas Wesleyan students, faculty and staff. All students, faculty and staff are entitled to free personal counseling services on campus at the Texas Wesleyan University Community Counseling Center. Both in-person and virtual counseling is available.
The mission of the Diversity and Inclusion Council is to increase multicultural awareness and cross-cultural competencies. The functional definition of diversity refers to the exploration of our collective experiences in a safe and positive environment through four existing dimensions:
- Representational diversity (demographics)
- Curricular and co-curricular transformation
- Campus climate
- Institutional leadership commitment and accountability
Diversity and inclusion efforts are essential to our continued growth, success and mission focus.
Have any questions? Email the Diversity and Inclusion Council at firstname.lastname@example.org.