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Student Consumer Information

Student Consumer Information

Prospective and current students can find below certain consumer information about Western Colorado University—as well as contact information—in accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008.

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Office of the Registrar

registrar@western.edu
970.943.7003
Office Location: Taylor Hall 300

Western Colorado University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Visit hlcommission.org to view complete details. For more information, visit Western’s Accreditation page.

Academic Affairs
970.943.3045
Office Location: Taylor Hall 322

Review Western’s Annual Security Policies and Report

Campus Security Services
970.943.3084
Office Location: University Center 105

View the estimated costs associated with attending Western Colorado University, including tuition and mandatory fees, and on-campus room and board. Books and supplies, transportation, personal, and miscellaneous estimates are traditionally considered part of the cost of attendance for financial aid purposes.

Student Financial Services

finaid@western.edu
970.943.3085
Taylor Hall 314

Disability Services offers a variety of resources and accommodations to assist students as they pursue their academic goals. While providing a supportive environment, we encourage students to develop independence and to take responsibility for their academic experiences.

Academic Resource Center

arc@western.edu
970.943.7056
Office Location: Taylor Hall 302

Western Colorado University realizes that student health and wellness are essential to academic, personal and professional success. Western’s Student Health & Wellness Office provides resources, education, assessment, formalized trainings, engagement opportunities and peer support to those in need.

Student Health & Wellness Office

scantril@western.edu
970.943.2891
Office Location: University Center 103

Visit Western’s Emergency Guide for information on fire and other emergency procedure policies.

Campus Security Services
970.943.3084
Office Location: University Center 105

Information on the types of financial aid available, how to apply, how it is applied to your bill and more is available here. Students who receive any form of financial aid, have certain rights and responsibilities.

Student Financial Services

finaid@western.edu
970.943.3085
Office Location: Taylor Hall 314

Western’s Career Services page provides information for students, alumni, families, faculty and staff on career development, internships and post-graduate employment. The Academic Resource Center is the place to go to develop your career plan and future.

Academic Resource Center (ARC)

career@western.edu 
970.943.7122
Office Location: Taylor Hall 302

For information about intercollegiate athletics, visit the annual Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) report. For information on graduation and completion rates, visit gomountaineers.com.

Intercollegiate Athletics
970.943.2079
Office Location: Paul Wright Gym 210

Western’s Student Consumer Information page explains your rights with respect to your educational record as outlined in the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Student Affairs
970.943.2232
Office Location: Taylor Hall 301

Western’s Return to Title IV Funds & Refund Policy page includes what you’ll need to know if you need or want to withdraw from the university, including information about deadlines, policies and refund assessment schedules. Students will need to speak with Student Affairs, Student Financial Services and the Registrar when considering withdrawal from school.

Student Affairs
970.943.2232
Office Location: Taylor Hall 301

Student Financial Services

finaid@western.edu
970.943.3085
Office Location: Taylor Hall 314

Office of the Registrar

registrar@western.edu
970.943.7003
Office Location: Taylor Hall 300

For graduation, completion and transfer-out rates, visit Western’s Policies section. You will be directed to College Navigator, which has a complete breakdown of university statistics.

Under Western’s Policies section, information can be found on retention rates for Western Colorado University.

Student Financial Services

finaid@western.edu
970.943.3085
Office Location: Taylor Hall 314

Western’s Transfer page explains the policies and procedures used by Western when evaluating credits transferring in from another school or source. If you have further questions, contact the Office of the Registrar.

Office of the Registrar

registrar@western.edu
970.943.7003
Office Location: Taylor Hall 300

Colorado State Law requires freshman, transfer and graduate students to submit proof of certain vaccinations. Refer to the Additional Forms & Information for details.

Student Affairs
970.943.2232
Office Location: Taylor Hall 301

If you want to register to vote in the state of Colorado, you must be 18 years of age or older on the date of the next election, a citizen of the United States, a resident of the precinct in which you intend to vote at least 30 days before the election and registered to vote at least 29 days before the election. You can register to vote in Colorado online.

If you are not a Colorado resident and you are registered to vote in your home state, you can still vote in your state’s elections by requesting a ballot be mailed to your Colorado address. If you are a Colorado registered voter who will be absent from the state during an election, you can request your ballot be mailed to you—known as a mail-in ballot.