Joseph Santivasci, M.Ed.
Associate Provost for Enrollment Management and Campus Planning
Marcie Cohen, M.S.
Associate Director for Student Services
Ben Morgan, M.A.
Associate Director, Student Success Center
Assistant Director for Recruitment
Request Student ID (Ram eCard)
Student ID photos may be submitted online via the branch campus online submission form. Please read the following instructions and photo guidelines carefully before submitting the form: Online Photo Submission .
Student IDs will be distributed during the first week of classes. Students will need to present another valid form of photo ID (i.e. driver's license, passport) in order to receive their student ID card.
Instructions for Ordering Textbooks
Accepted forms of payment:
If you are using Financial Aid to purchase books through the WCU SSI Bookstore, please follow these additional steps:
Students attending classes at WCU’s Philadelphia Site will have access to the multiple library resources on the West Chester campus. For information about accessing materials, please visit the library's special online resource site.
Electronic Materials and Delivery of Print Materials
86% of the University Libraries’ collection is available online 24/7 for WCU in Philadelphia students. This includes:
WCU Library will ship books & DVDs to:
Request PDF scans of articles from print journals and chapters from books via ILLiad:
If the Library doesn’t have a particular material, you can request it via interlibrary loan.
Subject-Specific Collections: Social Work Criminal Justice Nursing
Need help from a reference librarian?
Librarians are available to help you via chat, email, phone, and text (visit Ask Us page)
In-person reference hours at our campus are offered in conjunction with library presentations and workshops – Contact Danielle Skaggs, eLearning and Outreach Librarian for more information
WCU in Philadelphia has started a Lending Library! Contact Coordinator of Student Support, Marcie Cohen, if you would like to donate or reserve books. View available books .
Office of Services for Students with Disabilities
WCU students at the Philadelphia site should follow WCU procedures for requesting accommodations for disabilities in accordance with OSSD procedures. Please refer to the OSSD website for further information.
Free and confidential Counseling Services are provided to WCU in Philadelphia students on a part-time basis. Dr. Kristin Shelesky, a WCU faculty psychologist, offers appointments on Thursdays at the Center City site. Appointments are available between 11AM and 6PM. To schedule, contact the WCU Counseling Center at (610) 436-2301 or firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to schedule an appointment with Dr. Shelesky at the Philadelphia Campus.
Philadelphia Area Resources