Pre-Major Advising, Tutoring Services, Disability Services, and TRIO Services.
Assistance in identifying a major or career field, career-focused self-assessments, and conducting a job or internship search. Services and resources related to resumes, cover letters, professional portfolios, interviewing & etiquette skills and identifying jobs and internships.
The child care center is licensed by the state of Wisconsin, serving children six weeks to 10 years of age. Hours are 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, year round.
Free and confidential services available to assist individuals in overcoming obstacles that may otherwise prevent them from attaining academic, personal, and professional goals. Appointments can be made by phone or stopping by Counseling Services.
International study opportunities such as Wisconsin in Scotland, Semester Abroad, St. Martin's College Exchange, Greek Seminar, and more.
Complete your application for financial aid as well as provide you with general information about the programs available to you to finance your education.
Programs and services that support new students, transfer students, and their families during their transition to campus.
Programs, services, and information for international students and scholars.
Includes Area Research Center & University Archives, circulation, government information, Interlibrary Loan/Universal Borrowing, library instruction, reference, reserve, Textbook Services.
More information about student parking on campus.
Check out the master class schedule, the final exam schedule, and the academic calendar.
Hunt Ice Arena, Knowles Fieldhouse, Karges Center, Open recreation, memberships, intramural sports, Kinni Outdoor Adventures, sport clubs, group fitness opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and the surrounding communities.
Detailed information about the residence halls and room design.
Help create change, learn about social issues and impact a local, regional, domestic, or international community through a Destination program or a Pay it Forward service opportunity.
Programs and services designed to support the growth, empowerment, and educational experiences to become educated on race, ethnicity, sexual identity, gender identity/expression, social justice, and power privilege and oppression.
Provides speech-language, hearing and swallowing evaluation and therapy services. A few services offered are in the areas of hearing & hearing aid maintenance, articulation/phonology, foreign accent reduction, stuttering, voice, language, feeding & swallowing, cognitive aspects of communication, social aspects of communication, and augmentative/alternative communication.
Arranges individualized support for students with difficult medical, physical, or brain related issues.
The division provides programs, services, facilities and resources to students in support of academic, professional and personal growth.
Health services available to students, health insurance, immunizations, emergency medical care, survey data, health and mental health resources, and wellness programs
Learn more about upcoming events, student clubs and organizations, fraternity and sorority life, and other involvement opportunities.
Promotes student awareness and understanding of their rights and responsibilities as members of the University community.
Computer labs, wireless internet (FalconAir), technology support.
Serves as the campus gathering place for students, faculty, staff, alumni and guests. Offers many services to make stays more comfortable and enjoyable; Campus Information Desk, Dining Services, Campus Reservations, Production Services, Conference and Event Services, Falcon Shop, First National Bank, and the Discovery Center at Pigeon Lake Field Station.
Information about campus safety.
Assistance for veterans, reservists, national guard, active duty and family members with education benefits, paper work, community, county, state and federal resources.