Westerners In Transition

Westerners in Transition (WIT) is a campus based program that provides support, encouragement and assistance to nontraditional and adult students at Western State Colorado University. 

To qualify for WIT assistance, students must be working towards their undergraduate degrees and be able to answer yes to one or more of the following criteria:        

  • Are you over the age of 25?
  • Are you married?
  • Do you have children?
  • Are you a Veteran?

Westerners in Transition Interest Form
Learn more and sign up here

WIT can provide varied types of assistance depending on your needs as a nontraditional student including but not limited to:
  • Scholarship Programs
  • Leadership Opportunities
  • Mentoring and Personal Advising
  • Professional Development
  • Networking Opportunities
  • One on One Support
  • Campus and Community Resources
Western Faculty and Staff value our nontraditional students and understand the many ways they benefit our campus. 

Western professionals report that WIT students posses a greater sense of maturity than most traditional students, as well as a higher motivation to succeed.  They have life experience that enriches the classroom for themselves and others, a serious attitude with respect to their education, and an un-paralleled ability to balance their professional, academic, and personal responsibilities.   


Apply here.

Campus Resources
Community Resources