Quad Cities Campus

Academic Advising

Academic Advising and Student Services

What does the Academic Advising Center do?

One of the ways WIU-QC implements its core values is by offering professional advisors. The Advisors are trained and experienced in advising and committed to it full time. WIU-QC students appreciate the professional attention to their unique individual needs.

All students at WIU-QC are assigned an academic advisor. You both share an important responsibility. While ultimately you are responsible for your graduation requirements, advisors are available to clarify University policies and procedures and to assist in developing your degree plan.

Following are typical tasks you may discuss with your advisor:

  • Explore majors within the College and/or University
  • Drop a class
  • Review your degree plan
  • Make a schedule change
  • Declare or change your major
  • Obtain career information
  • Apply for graduation
College of Business & Technology
Ashley Wilkinson

Ashley Wilkinson

  • Accounting
  • Human Resource Management
  • Information Systems
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Supply Chain Management

AL-Wilkinson2@wiu.edu
309-762-1988

Andi Potter, Advisor

Andi Potter

  • Engineering
  • Engineering Technology

WIU-QC Advising line: 309-762-1988

Email: AD-Potter@wiu.edu
Phone: 309-298-2100


Linkages & Freshman
Curtis Williams

Curtis Williams - Freshmen in Accounting, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, Management, Marketing, Psychology, Engineering, Law Enforcement & Justice Administration, Liberal Arts & Sciences, and Recreation, Park and Tourism Administration(RPTA)
Email: CM-Williams11@wiu.edu

College of Ed. & Human Services
Kim Moreno

Kim Moreno

  • Elementary Education
  • Law Enforcement & Justice Administration
  • Recreation, Park & Tourism Administration

KM-Moreno@wiu.edu
309-762-1988

College of Arts & Sciences
Kenny Wheeler

Kenny Wheeler

  • Communication
  • English
  • General Studies
  • Liberal Arts & Sciences

KW-Wheeler@wiu.edu
309-762-1988