Center for Student Success

The Center for Student Success is a collaboration area for business students. Here you will find:

  • Advisor offices
  • Tutoring
  • Study areas
  • Professional development events
  • Conference rooms

To reserve a room for a meeting, presentation or group work, please contact


Academic Coordinators can help you plan a course toward your degree. Visit our advising page to schedule an appointment, apply for admission to your desired major, or see the requirements to certify your major in the Carson College of Business.

Advising and Resources

Carson Community Chats

Connect virtually with your fellow Carson Cougs and earn Carson Career Amplifier program credits for the Community badge in tier one. Staff will take attendance and award you credit in Suitable.  

1:30 – 2:30 p.m. Feb. 11
Topic: Self-care strategies
Register for Feb. 11 chat 

1:30 – 2:30 p.m. March 11 
Topic: Growth mindset
Register for March 11 chat 

1:30 – 2:30 p.m. April 22 
Topic: Stress management strategies 
Register for April 22 chat 

CPA Info Session

Feb. 19—CPA Exam Info Session: Register for the Feb. 19 session.

Major Info Sessions

Learn about the different majors in the Carson College of Business, and hear from faculty and staff about coursework and career opportunities in each field. You will earn Carson Career Amplifier Program credits for the Discovery badge in tier one. Staff will take attendance and award you credit in Suitable. Registration is required.

All sessions are held 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. via Zoom.

Feb. 5—Hospitality Business Management: Register for the Feb. 5 session.

Feb. 12—Accounting: Register for the Feb. 12 session.

Feb. 26—Management: Innovation and Change, and Human Resource Management: Register for the Feb. 26 session.

March 5—Entrepreneurship: Register for the March 5 session.

March 12—Management Information Systems: Register for the March 12 session.

March 19—Marketing: Register for the March 19 session.

March 26—Finance: Register for the March 26 session.

Minor Info Sessions

Learn about the Business Administration, Entrepreneurship and Human Resource Management minors offered by the Carson College of Business. Discover how a Business Administration minor can strengthen your career options after graduation. Registration is required.

April 2—Business Administration minor: Register for the April 2 session.

WorkSource Professional Skills Workshops with Traci Wise

All workshops will be held 2 – 3 p.m. on Wednesdays. 

Feb. 17—Active Communication: Learn the difference between internal and external customers, levels of active listening and practical methods to confirm your understanding of the message. Register for Active Communication.

March 3—Communication Style: Ascertain your effective communication style as well as the style of others and how verbal and non-verbal communication impacts the message. Register for Communication Style.

March 17—Leader Awareness: Discover your leadership style with Lewin’s development of leadership and subsequent leaderships and identify your personal leadership action style through “action logic” statements. Register for Leadership Awareness.

March 31—Ethical Leadership: Understand the importance of ethical leadership, the three “must have” traits, and the five principles that guide an ethical leader. Explore the impact of productive/unproductive emotional intelligence competencies to an organization and how to strengthen your self-leadership. Register for Ethical Leadership.

April 14—How to Take Feedback: Assess your own strengths and opportunities in receiving feedback. Learn how to deliver and receive feedback effectively through essential factors that encourage efficiency of the workplace, employee engagement and improving the bottom line. Register for How to Take Feedback.

Virtual Career Fairs

WSU Carson College of Business is excited to partner with Airmeet to run career fairs in a virtual format.

Spring dates TBA.

Carson Career Amplifier Program

In this program students will develop professional skills through hand-on experiences. This program is required for all new freshmen students starting fall 2019 and all students starting fall 2020 and beyond. You can learn more and track your progress.


The Carson College of Business allows students to receive academic credit for their current job or internship. Learn more about the qualifications and how to register your current position.

Internship for Academic Credit

Carson Coaching Program

Receive one-on-one coaching from a seasoned professional in your desired industry. Learn how to network, interview and hone in on your professional skills. Apply for the program.

Tutoring and Study Sessions

WSU Carson College Business Clubs offer tutoring or study sessions throughout the spring 2021 semester on the days listed below.

Beta Alpha Psi—Accounting Tutoring for Acctg 230, Acctg 231, Acctg 330, and Acctg 331
3 4 p.m. Tuesdays
4 – 5 p.m. Wednesdays
Zoom meeting link, Meeting ID: 932 3999 9883, Passcode: 971699

SIM Club—MIS Study Session
– 4 p.m. Tuesdays: Join via Zoom