It’s thinking about what our 30,000 UWM students need to succeed 24/7. From course tutors and academic advisers, to fitness and health resources – we’ve got your needs in mind.
Access to Success/Diversity
UWM's Access to Success initiatives are designed to enhance diversity and improve the learning and retention of all students.
Counseling/Psychology/Substance Abuse Services
Getting stressed out? There's help.
The Student Accessibility Center will make sure a disability doesn't mean inability.
The professionals of Norris Health Center provide health care and help you make healthy lifestyle choices.
Career Development Center
Helping students choose majors and career directions as well as make successful transitions from UWM to career.
People who know the ropes and will help you keep on track with your degree plans.
UWM's finest provide essential law enforcement, emergency and protective services.
UWM works hard to keep you and your environment safe and secure.
Student's Right to Know
Federal regulations require that UWM disclose information about itself, including academic, athletic, security, and financial aid information.
UWM Emergency Preparedness
University Safety and Assurances prepares for every eventuality, from fire protection to environmental hazards.
Programs, services and activities that encourage and support our diverse community.
Information technology plays an important role in daily campus life. A wide variety of technology resources are available to help.
What are your academic rights and responsibilities if you're called to active duty?
Be On the Safe Side — get safe transportation when you need it.
International Student Services
The Center for International Education provides immigration advising for students who enter the United States on a visa.
LGBT Resource Center
A safe and welcoming space on campus for LGBT students and their allies. Walk in. Check out the lending library. Meet UWM students. Learn how you can make UWM a more inclusive place for all. The center also hosts workshops, major lectures, arts and entertainment programming and more. And while you're there, congratulate the center staff for helping UWM get recognized as one of the most Gay Friendly colleges/universities in America (No. 12) according to Newsweek and TheDailyBeast.com
Women's Resource Center
The Women's Resource Center (WRC) is all about students! Supported by segregated fees and the Student Association, the WRC enriches the UWM campus environment through education, support and advocacy, and is committed to working in a nonjudgmental, culturally sensitive and compassionate way.