Interested in on-campus living? University Housing has a variety of options. Rather live in a flat or an apartment? Start your search here.
The UWM experience should be more than a few hours a week spent in a classroom. Here's why you should consider living on campus.
Student Activities Office
Assistance with student organizations and extracurricular activities.
Center for Volunteerism and Student Leadership
CVSL fosters an ethic of service and leadership within the community by promoting and supporting volunteerism that addresses human and social needs.
Whatever your interests, chances are there's a campus club for you.
Campus ambassadors are a dynamic group of students who participate in a variety of campus activities and initiatives designed to better shape the direction and goals of UWM, its schools, colleges and other campus units.
No student is an island. Take advantage of resources than can enhance and ease your academic journey.
Career Development Center
You want a college education which is both satisfying and marketable. The Career Development Center has people and resources to help throughout your total education at UWM.
More than books — here's where you'll find Panther Gear, school supplies and an Apple Store.
Catch a movie, go bowling, rent a tent. Attend a lecture, throw a pot, look at art, dance, sing, play, eat at UWM's social heart.
Parking and Transit
Where, when and how much to park — and great ways to avoid parking altogether!
You'll never starve. UWM has 15 eateries, including a sports pub.
WUWM - FM 89.7
UWM's NPR affiliate is home to the best in news and information, as well as evening music programming that's eclectic as you wanna be.
UWM's weekly, award-winning news program features work done by Journalism & Mass Communication students.
UWM has seven men's and eight women's teams that compete at the NCAA Division I level. Go Panthers!
Learn about the many intramural, fitness, and recreational opportunities and programs at UWM.
Institute of World Affairs
Tune in to current international issues through programs with nationally-known speakers — free to students.
Spend Winterim, summer, a semester or a year taking courses that count toward your UWM requirements while learning about the world and yourself.