Campus Ministry, Helmke Library, rooms 362-364, 260-481-6993, provides personal and spiritual counseling and some crisis response. It also runs several religious programs for IPFW students. Check outIntervarsity Christian Fellowship and the Newman Student Group.
Career Services, Kettler Hall, room 109, 260-481-0689, provides career counseling, placement in courses, interviewing / resumé / job search information, academic workshops, and information on work study campus employment opportunities.
TheCenter for Women and Returning Adults, Walb Union, room G52, 260-481-6029, is a good place to find support and assistance in coping with college, help on research projects concerning women and returning adults, and answers to your questions. It is also a good place to relax, have coffee, and share ideas and experiences in a comfortable atmosphere with other IPFW students. Services offered include:
information and referral services
short-term counseling for returning adults on career choices, women's issues, and child care concerns
cultural events and exhibits
a lending library
financial aid information
information on activities, events, organizations, and services in Fort Wayne
Hours: daily 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. or evenings by appointment.
Child Care is available on a part-time or full-time basis for children from infants to 13 years of age at reduced rates to IPFW students, staff, and faculty through an agreement between IPFW and The Learning Center (TLC).
TheDean of Students, Walb Union, room 113, 260-481-6601, can help you regarding any problem you are experiencing, and provide either direct assistance or refer you to the appropriate individual or office.
TheFinancial Aid Office, Kettler Hall, room 102B, 260-481-6820 has applications for student financial assistance. It also has information on specific aid programs and their requirements and can provide answers on grant related problems.
First Call For Help. 260-436-4357.
TheFYE, assists incoming IPFW students get the most out of their freshman year.
The "Buddy Program" which connects an entering student with two mentors, an upper-classperson and a faculty member
The Perkins Grant Program which provides academic, career, and personal advising to associate degree students.
Personal Counseling, Walb Union, room 210, 260-481- 6601 is a professional mental health service. Evaluation and short term supportive psychotherapy are provided to currently enrolled students at IPFW.
Services for Students with Disabilities, Walb Union, room 118, 260-481-6657 (VOICE/TDD) provides free and appropriate aids and services including the use of accessible microcomputers, reader and sign interpreter services, test proctoring, academic and career counseling, and more.
TheWriting Center, Kettler Hall, room 234, 260-481-5740, offers help with writing papers. It is not a proofreading service, but it provides aid with areas ranging from choosing topics to effective documentation. Instructions for signing up for a 30- or 50- minute appointment are posted outside Kettler Hall, room 234, or you can drop in duringposted hours for free, immediate, walk-in help (priority is given to those with appointments).
If you know of another link that should be on this list, please email lamaster (at) ipfw.edu. Thank you!