Quad Cities Campus

Academic Advising & Student Services at WIU-Quad Cities

Academic Advising and Student Services

Academic Advising

Academic advisement facilitates students successful and timely navigation through their degree program. Academic advisors provide degree planning, guidance, and information to all undergraduate WIU-Quad Cities students. Call (309)762-1988 for general information.

College of Business & Technology
Ashley Wilkinson

Ashley Wilkinson

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


Andi Potter, Advisor

Andi Potter

  • Civil Engineering
  • Engineering
  • Engineering Technology
  • Mechancial Engineering

WIU-QC Advising line: 309-762-1988

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

College of Ed. & Human Services
Kim Moreno

Kim Moreno

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


College of Arts & Sciences
Kenny Wheeler

Kenny Wheeler

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


College of Fine Arts & Communication
Jennifer Grimm

Jennifer Grimm

  • Communication


High School Dual-Enrollment
Curtis Williams

Curtis Williams
Email: CM-Williams11@wiu.edu

Student Services

Financial Aid

WIU-Quad Cities students have access to several resources to finance college, including scholarships, financial aid, grants, student employment and more. Additional information.

Phone: (309)762-9080

Student Activities

WIU-Quad Cities Student Services offers many opportunities for students to engage with peers and faculty through academic, cultural, and identity based organizations.

Staff Contact: Curtis Williams
Office Location: Quad Cities Complex
Phone: (309)762-9481 x62236

Career Development, Counseling, and Disability Resources

Audrey Adamson

Audrey Adamson
Assistant Director, Student Services

Office Location:
Quad Cities Complex, Building C
Phone: (309)762-9481 x62573
Email: ANW-Adamson@wiu.edu

Disability Resources: Western Illinois University is committed to justice, equity, and diversity. Providing equal opportunities for students with disabilities is a campus-wide responsibility and commitment in which the Disability Resource Center (DRC) plays a primary role.

Counseling Resources

Career Development

WIU-Quad Cities Career Development Center assists students in preparing to market themselves to prospective employers. Several career resources are available to students at www.careers.wiu.edu and opportunities are also available for in class presentations on a variety of career related topics.

Contact the Career Development Center for information and guidance about career preparation and opportunities, including:

  • Resume Writing
  • Job search tips
  • Career fairs
  • Job information
  • Interviewing techniques
  • Mock interviews
Career Development

Campus Conveniences

ATM Service
Provided by RIA Federal Credit Union
QC Complex, Building C, near west entrance

Food & Beverage
Riverfront Campus
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday including various local food vendors and vending machines located in both Riverfront Hall and QC Complex Building C. View additional food options.

Shuttle Service & Off-Site Parking
Provided by Metrolink

See complete information about Parking and Shuttle Services