The Black Cultural Center provides information and assistance to prospective and currently enrolled students such as helping students find various campus programs, referring them to academic advising, tutoring, mentoring and other services.
- Black Graduation Celebratory
- Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration
- National Society of Black Engineers
- Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Luncheon
- Bi-Weekly Women's Discussion: Sister Talk
- Bi-Monthly Women and Multicultural Film Series
- Health and Wellness Program
- Diversity Career Day
- Arts Program
Making the Connection ProgramThis program is held in late August and is dedicated to facilitating the transition of African American students to their first semester at UWM. At each session, students can purchase textbooks, visit their classrooms, tour the Black Cultural Center and other support services to get “connected” to other organizations and peers on the UWM campus.
Textbook Loan Program
The Textbook Loan Program is designed to address the financial needs of students who cannot purchase textbooks for their classes. Please contact The Black Cultural Center at 414-229-5566 to be directed to Ramona Sledge for additional information.