Division of Enrollment Management and the Student Experience
Everything a Don needs to know.
All the details are at your fingertips. From student rights, responsibilities, and conduct to academic and university policies, the current student handbook will provide you with an
in-depth understanding of the rules and expectations at PFW.
Opt in for emergency mobile alerts.
Stay updated about emergencies on campus or a campus closing with Rave Alert, our emergency-notification system. This is an opt-in system, and we highly recommend that you sign up for these emergency alerts.
Student Travel Funding
Explore beyond Fort Wayne.
Interested in taking a trip? The student travel fund can help you get where you want to go.
The following are some of the important student travel funding details:
- Trips that are awarded travel funds can be prepaid using the Student Leadership credit card or reimbursed afterward.
- Student organizations must submit the trip in Community prior to being considered for travel funds.
- A per diem will not be funded for any trip.
- No cash advances will be issued prior to the trip.
- For complete information, read through the Student Travel Funding Guidelines.
Requests for funding are not guaranteed and should not be assumed to be. Payments for approved travel are not guaranteed to be available before the trip’s departure. Requests are reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information on the student travel funding process, please contact us at [email protected].
Report an incident or concern.
Report an incident or concern.
Serious concerns or incidents can be filed with the Office of Student Conduct and Care through report forms. Reporting forms are available to the entire campus community to utilize. Find the form that most aligns with the situation you wish to report, and the conduct and care team will ensure that the information gets sent to the correct office.
Emergency relief funding
Sometimes, Mastodons need a little help.
Get financial support through the Mastodon Student Relief Fund. This fund provides assistance to currently enrolled PFW students who experience an accident, illness, financial hardship, or other situation that may jeopardize their ability to succeed academically. If you meet the criteria, please fill out a request for emergency funding. You can explore additional emergency funding possibilities by checking out the Zielinski Angel Fund Emergency Aid program and the Brown Ink Society.
Explore What It Takes.
What It Takes is a newsletter from Krissy Surface, vice chancellor for the division of enrollment management and the student experience. This publication dives into important events and topics and is another great way for us to stay connected with students.
Building Success in the Herd
Staying on Top of Your Financial Success
The Code of Conduct and Other Policies
Adding or Dropping a Class and Connecting With Your Advisor
Involvement Enhances Your Student Experience
Plan Today For Your Campus Safety
Student Shuttle and New and Returning Student Survey