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MWU Support Departments
Accreditation and Support Services
Centralized Office of Experiential Education (COEE)
Clinical Skills and Simulation Center (CSC)
Development and Alumni Relations
Emergency Response Team (ERT)
Human Resources (HR)
Information Technology Services (ITS)
Office of Institutional Research and Educational Assessment (OIREA)
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP)
Safety & Security
Student Financial Services
The Office of Accreditation & Support Services plays a vital role in the self-study process. This office maintains and utilizes its resources to provide administrative support, evidentiary documentation, and advisement on final document preparation and eventual submission to all of the University's academic programs. The Director sits on many of the self-study committees to guide the process, answer essential, recurring questions, and facilitate compilation of substantiating materials. The office reviews all documents for consistency, style, and accuracy prior to the President's final review and approval. In many cases, the office also integrates drafts, edits, and produces in its entirety the report submitted to the accrediting body.
This site provides various forms and policies for anything having to do with expenses, accounts payable, payroll, purchasing, and travel. Looking for the Expense Policy? You’ll find it on this site. You’ll also find the Off-Campus Purchasing Approval Form, your allowance for meals and incidentals when traveling, and your travel budget for conferences.
Visit the COEE site to find forms and policies regarding affiliation agreements, international rotations, and student compliance auditing. This site also provides training documents for the COEE Centralized Database, for affiliation agreement, and more.
The CSC provides services to the University in the area of healthcare simulation education and assists University colleges and programs in identifying opportunities for improvement, innovation, implementation and integration of patient simulation technology into existing healthcare curricula.
The Office of Communications is a collaborative team of professionals with expertise in communications, graphic design, web development, printing and publications, media relations, and alumni relations. This office consists of four units – Marketing, Publications, Media Relations, and Special Events. You’ll find the following forms on this site: Community Room Request Form, Continuing Education Program Approval Form, and Printing Project Request Form. You’ll also find the Midwestern University Style Guide, which has been designed to help you address some of the most common style questions you may have and is composed of a grammatical topics section and graphical topics section.
Submit projects to the Copy Center on this site. Try to give the Copy Center at least 48 hours to complete your project. Also, remember that it only costs $0.02 to have a job copied in the Copy Center versus $0.10 to print it on your departmental printer. So please use the services of the Copy Center as often as possible!
The Office of Development & Alumni Relations serves to strengthen the bond between alumni and their respective colleges as well as invite, encourage and inspire the alumni to support their alma mater through charitable giving. In addition, we are eager to provide the necessary support to help programs identify, cultivate and solicit gifts and sponsorships from outside organizations, corporations and foundations. You’ll find the Donation Request Approval Form and the Gifts in Kind Approval Form on this site.
Who are the ERT members on each campus? What is the University’s Emergency Response Plan? What should I do if there is a lockdown on campus? Find answers to those questions and more on this site.
On this site, faculty can access the Faculty Handbook, a description of all Program, College, and University committees, and committee assignments.
HR provides services to the University in recruiting and training, administration of compensation and benefits, administration of policies and procedures, faculty related issues, and employee relations. HR also assists departments in meeting their staffing goals, managing job performance, and interpreting policy.
Visit the ITS site to learn more about Blackboard and CARS (and how to submit Project Request Forms), ID cards, and the Student Response System (“clickers”).
The Library’s collection ranges from print to electronic resources and includes a variety of databases. The Library specializes in information for the professional and student health care provider. Library staff welcomes library users over 100 hours per week. Search for ebooks and ejournals, learn how to gain off-campus access to the Library, and learn how to order materials on this site.
Media Resources offers a number of services, including the creation of ID badges, audio visual support, photography, and video services. You can complete the A/V Set-Up Request Form and reserve equipment on this site.
The Midwestern University Clinic in Arizona currently includes the Multispecialty Clinic, the Dental Institute and the Eye Institute.
The Midwestern University Clinic in Illinois currently includes the Dental Institute, a Family Medicine Practice, the Speech-Language Institute and the Physical Therapy Institute.
The primary function of OIREA is to serve the needs of the University for the design, collection, and assessment of institutional data that facilitate evidence-based decision making. OIREA coordinates the University's comprehensive learning assessment program which tracks and benchmarks direct evidence of student learning - evidence such as student performance on professional licensure and certification examinations.
ORSP is charged with providing research assistance to the Midwestern University community by identifying funding sources, assisting in proposal budget preparation, reviewing and endorsing proposals, negotiating contracts/ agreements/Material Transfer Agreements, providing intramural funds, interpreting guidelines and promoting compliance with agency and University policies. The ORSP is dedicated to facilitating the research and research-related programs of faculty, administration, students and staff at Midwestern University. On this site, faculty will find useful information, including funding opportunities, IRB procedures, and the grants application process.
The Registrar’s Office works in partnership with students, alumni, faculty and staff to provide information and resources regarding academic records, calendars, block schedules and registration to provide a seamless transition from matriculation through the alumni years. You can find the Add/Drop Form on this site.
Risk Management assists the University community in identifying, managing and mitigating risk and ensuring risk management processes are integrated into the University's practices, operations, and activities. One of its objectives is to improve the effectiveness of risk management and control processes at the University.
If you have a visitor coming to campus, please complete the Visitor Registration Form found on this site. You can also read about traffic/parking regulations on this site.
Visit this site for information related to financial aid, including the cost of attendance, exit counseling, scholarships, and refund dates.
The Office of Student Services provides and oversees many services for MWU students, including: housing; student activities; student government; community outreach; counseling; tutoring; insurance; immunizations; and testing and learning strategies.