Child Care

Students who have children enrolled in Kids Kollege, the University childcare program, can receive supplemental help with a portion of their daycare expenses while attending classes at WT.  For more information please contact:

Tiffany Whigham, Director |806 651 2974|

Christy Stockton, Assistant Drector |


Grants and scholarships can be awarded to students in financial need.  Complete the online scholarship application, which is available at  For more information contact:

Old Main Room 105
WTAMU Box 60765
Canyon, TX  79016
806-651-3330 | Fax: 806-651-3335 |

Medical Assistance

There are patient assistance programs that can provide financial assistance for routine/maintenance prescription medications (this does not include contraceptives) to patients that are uninsured and qualify as low income.  Please schedule an appointment with the Patient Advocate - Hayley Robinson, RN. Previous tax returns and proof of income are required.  For more information contact:

Virgil Henson Activities Center, Suite 104 | 806-651-3287 (806-651-DCTR)

Student Counseling

The Student Counseling Center provides short term counseling and consultation to students who are experiencing emotional and psychological problems that are interfering with their ability to be successful in school and with their individual personal development. For more information contact:

Classroom Center 1st floor - Student Success Center, Suite 116 | Phone 806-651-2340

Financial Aid

Students may apply for a short-term loan (often called an "emergency loan") to cover the costs of tuition, fees, and/or books in advance of final processing of Financial Aid or availability of other personal resources. The interest and fees is minimal; for example, a $1,500 loan for up to 90 days incurs roughly an additional $18.  For more information contact:

Old Main Room 108
WTAMU Box 60939
Canyon, TX  79016
Phone: 806-651-2055 | Fax: 806-651-2924 |

Housing Assistance

Housing Assistance can be provided when a student is unable to consistently access a safe, secure and stable place to live. For more information contact:

Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs

Jack B. Kelley Student Center, Suite 102 | Phone: 806-651-2050

Emergency Funding

Emergency Funding was created to help students with financial assistance in a serious time of need. This fund is intended to be a supplemental financial resource when students are unable to meet immediate and essential expenses because of a temporary hardship. For more information click here

Food Assistance

WT can help to provide supplemental and nutritional food as well as hygiene items to WT students.

For more information contact:

Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs 

Jack B. Kelley Student Center, Suite 102 | Phone: 806-651-2050

LGBTQIA+ Resources

All campus resources are available to all WTAMU students without discrimination.

Buff Allies is a group of staff, faculty, and students who are committed to creating a safe campus for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQIA) members of the WTAMU community.If you need help navigating on or off-campus resources, Buff Allies can help.

For more information or contact Dr. Kris Drumheller at or 806-651-2816.

Check with your department or major advisors

Some offices have existing support funds already in place. Check with an advisor to see if yours does.


Learn more about the many resources available on our campus:

Off-Campus Resources

Emergency Resources