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  2. Student Life
  3. See Your Advisor

Advisors listen to your concerns and questions, lead you through the maze of degree requirements and connect you to campus resources. Multicultural students are also encouraged to make use of UWM's newly located multicultural student support services (located on the first floor of Bolton Hall).

Make an appointment early in the semester so that you are well acquainted with your advisor well before the rush of registration begins for the next semester.

Academic Advising and Multicultural Student Advising

  • Visit the One Stop Student Services website for a list of Academic Advising Offices locations and contact information.
  • UWM Academic Advising Brochure
  • UWM Campuswide Advising Mission Statement
  • Multicultural students are also encouraged to make use of UWM's Multicultural Student Center, located in Bolton 187. The center is designed to facilitate student success by providing programs, services and activities that are conducive to learning at UWM.
  • Multicultural student support services also located on the first floor of Bolton Hall are:
    • African American Student Academic Services is specifically designed to guide African American students through the maze of college requirements. AASAS advisors are skilled professionals who provide academic advising and support to African American students in the College of Letters and Science
    • American Indian Student Services support current and prospective UWM American Indian students with personalized service. These services can help you realize your educational goals and make your UWM experience more fulfilling.
    • Roberto Hernandez Center is committed to increasing the presence of Latinos at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, specifically students, faculty and academic staff. The goal is to deliver effective advising and mentoring to UWM Latino students by faculty and staff, in order to foster their retention and guide them to expediently complete degree requirements.
    • Southeast Asian Student Academic Services provide recruitment and retention services to help Southeast Asian (Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian and Vietnamese) students achieve their educational goals. The support services include academic advising, application for admission assistance, career planning assistance, financial aid assistance, personal counseling and more.