Campus Resources

This page details resources for students enrolled in courses at UW-Madison. Resources that provide services to only undergraduate or graduate students are annotated. To view resources for students enrolled in the Eau Claire site, please scroll down.

 

Madison Site

 

Academic Assistance

 

L&S Career Services

The L&S Career Services office provides undergraduate career advising appointments, opportunities for informational interviewing and networking, and other services such as resume critiques, cover letter reviews, and mock interviews for undergraduate and graduate students.

 

Professional Development

For graduate students: The professional development webpages are an essential resource, featuring planning guides, skills development tools, and career support resources to help you achieve your professional goals.

 

Writing Center

The Writing Center welcomes advanced students in all disciplines to take advantage of both our individual instruction and our workshops. Remote assistance is available through email and Skype.

 

Diversity


Campus Women’s Center

The Center provides a variety of support services, educates the campus community on a number of women-centered issues, and serves as a resource and referral center for all students.

 

Equity and Diversity

The Office for Equity and Diversity (OED) promotes, integrates and transfers equity and diversity principles to nurture human resources and advance the mission of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

 

International Student Services

The ISS staff provides information and programs to international students about the campus and community and provide support and assistance concerning visas and related immigration issues.

 

LGBTQ Campus Center

The LGBT Campus Center provides education, outreach, advocacy, and resources for UW-Madison student communities and their allies to improve campus climate and their daily intersectional experiences.

 

McBurney Disability Resource Center  

The McBurney Disability Resource Center provides services to students with disabilities to insure accessibility to university programs. McBurney offers accommodations counseling, evaluation referral, adaptive technology, interpreter services, etc.

 

Multicultural Student Center

The MSC exists to make sure students of all racial and cultural backgrounds are successful and welcomed at The University of Wisconsin - Madison.

 

Veterans Services

Veteran Services provides benefits and support information for students on active duty, recently discharged, in Reserves, or with parents/spouse who served.

 

Food and Family Life

 

The Open Seat

The Open Seat is a food pantry located on the UW-Madison campus run by students, for students. Any student with a valid Wiscard is welcome to come and take part in the pantry weekly. There are no financial or background checks of any kind.

 

Family and Parent Resources

For graduate students: Lists a number of family-friendly practices and resources in place for graduate students with families.

 

Office of Child Care and Family Resources

This Office promotes the academic and professional goals of the University of Wisconsin community through the administration of early education and family support programs, including Child Care Financial Assistance 

 

Financial

 

Office of Student Financial Aid
The Office of Student Financial Aid assists students whose personal and family resources are not adequate to cover the costs involved in attending UW-Madison. Students may find this presentation on Managing Student Loans helpful to learn about borrowing and repayment of loans.

 

Getting to Campus

 

Campus and Visitor Relations

Campus and Visitor Relations serves as the central access point for visitors, students, faculty and staff for answering questions, locating information and navigating.

 

Metro Transit (City Bus)

Metro Transit is the public bus system serving Madison, including the campus area. The website lists routes, schedules, and tools to help plan your trip.

 

Transportation Services 

UW Transportation Services serves a variety of customers with a diverse set of parking and transportation needs.

 

 

Health and Safety

 

Mental Health/Counseling

Our mental health professionals are committed to providing services such as individual counseling, partner counseling, crisis services, and substance abuse assessment, for a diverse population.

 

University Health Services (UHS)

UHS has an integrated care model, combining a wide range of medical, mental health counseling, prevention, and wellness services to help support individual students.

 

Safety Information, Dean of Student’s Office

The Dean of Students Office (DoSO) provides assistance, intervention, prevention, and referral services to the university community.

 

UW Police Department

 

Technology Assistance

 

UW-Madison Information Technology

DoIT delivers desktop and server services and supports networks, Internet connectivity, security, instructional technology, etc. They can be contacted at the Help Desk or though chat or email.

 

DoIt Tech Store (including discount software)

 

For graduate students: Enrollment Helpline: (608) 262-0920

 

Voter Registration and Information

 

Wisconsin

Minnesota

Illinois

 

 

Eau Claire Site 

The following resources are available for students enrolled in the Part-Time MSW Program and taking courses at the Eau Claire site.

 

Academic Assistance

 

L&S Career Services

The L&S Career Services office provides undergraduate career advising appointments, opportunities for informational interviewing and networking, and other services such as resume critiques, cover letter reviews, and mock interviews for undergraduate and graduate students.

 

Professional Development

For graduate students: The professional development webpages are an essential resource, featuring planning guides, skills development tools, and career support resources to help you achieve your professional goals.

 

Writing Center

The Writing Center welcomes advanced students in all disciplines to take advantage of both our individual instruction and our workshops. Remote assistance is available through email and Skype.

 

Diversity


Women’s & LGBTQ Resource Center (UW-Eau Claire)

The Women's & LGBTQ Resource Center's staff provides resources, information, and programming in collaboration with existing departments, advisory committees, organizations, and offices that address issues and challenges facing women and the LGBTQIA+ campus community. 

 

McBurney Disability Resource Center

The McBurney Disability Resource Center provides services to students with disabilities to insure accessibility to university programs. McBurney offers accommodations counseling, evaluation referral, adaptive technology, interpreter services, etc.

 

Veterans Center (UW-Eau Claire)

It is a place where veteran students, faculty and staff can learn more about resources specifically for them, attend programs on veteran needs, participate in support groups and access a telehealth network through a partnership with the Veterans Administration Hospital in Minneapolis or meet other veterans.

 

Family Life

 

Family Leave of Absence

 

Child Care Financial Assistance

The Office of Child Care and Family Resources promotes the academic and professional goals of the University of Wisconsin community through the administration of early education and family support programs.

 

The Children’s Nature Academy (Eau Claire)

To provide high quality early learning development where children connect with the natural world through developmentally appropriate nature-based learning.

 

Financial

 

Office of Student Financial Aid
The Office of Student Financial Aid assists students whose personal and family resources are not adequate to cover the costs involved in attending UW-Madison. Students may find this presentation on Managing Student Loans helpful to learn about borrowing and repayment of loans.

 

Getting to Campus

 

Eau Claire Transit (bus system)

 

Parking and Transportation (UW-Eau Claire)

Parking in UW-Eau Claire parking lots during the week requires a permit but is free when classes meet on Saturdays.

 

Health and Safety

 

Counseling Services (UW-Eau Claire)

The primary goal of Counseling Services is to help students develop the personal awareness and skills necessary to overcome problems, and grow and develop in ways that will allow them to maximize their total educational experience at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. This service is devoted in its counseling and consultation roles to aid in the emotional, social, and intellectual development of those we serve.

 

Student Health Services (UW-Eau Claire)

Contact Director Laura Chellman – 715.836.4311

The UWEC Student Health Service forsters a healthy campus community through high quality healthcare, inclusive & accessible service, and health promotion/advocacy. See link for clinic hours.

 

UW Police Department (UW-Eau Claire)

The University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire Police are committed to providing quality law enforcement services to students, faculty, staff and visitors.

 

Technology Assistance

 

DoIt Tech Store (including discount software)

DoIT delivers desktop and server services and supports networks, Internet connectivity, security, instructional technology, etc. They can be contacted at the Help Desk or though chat or email.

 

Enrollment Helpline: (608) 262-0920

 

Tech Support for Eau Claire computers

 

Tech Support for Madison systems

 

Voter Registration and Information

 

Wisconsin

Minnesota

Illinois

 


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