- Career Development Center
- Center for International Education
- Dean of Students/Office of Student Life
- University Information Technology Services
- Intensive English Program (IEP)
- Office of Adult and Returning Student Services (OARSS)
- Student Accessibility Center
- Student Health
- UWM Children's Center
UWM offers 15 NCAA Division I sports that are highly competitive both regionally and nationally. The teams compete in the Horizon League and the Panthers have won the league's all-sports trophy five times while also regularly ranking among the top schools in the league for academic accomplishmet.
UWM men's sports offerings include baseball, basketball, cross country, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and volleyball. Women's sports are basketball, cross country, soccer, swimming, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and volleyball.
To be eligible for intercollegiate competition, you must be admitted to a degree-granting program, be enrolled with 12 degree credits during competition, and maintain satisfactory progress toward a degree.
Students also can get involved in athletics by attending events throughout the year. UWM students are admitted free to all games with their student ID. Home events take place on campus in the Klotsche Center and at Engelmann Stadium, as well as off campus at the U.S. Cellular Arena, Henry Aaron Field and LeClub.
A wide range of intramural sports for individuals and teams also are offered by the Department of Recreational Sports and Facilities. Most sports are offered both semesters. For more information, contact the intramural office at (414) 229-6433.
The Career Development Center (CDC) helps students choose satisfying majors, build career skills, and make successful transitions from campus to career. Through a variety of programs, students can plan an education which is both rewarding and marketable. They also can plug into the largest job market in the state. Nearly two out of three jobs in Wisconsin are found in the Milwaukee metropolitan area.
CDC offers several services, including career counseling; walk-in advising/resume review; classroom and student organization workshops on a variety of topics like Choosing a Major/Career Direction, Resume Writing, Networking, Securing Internships, and Using Social Media and Interview Preparation; Career Days, which bring more than 100 employers to campus; two-credit courses in College Major Career Decision Making and Successful Career Transitions; a comprehensive website which serves as a virtual career center; and a Career Information Library and Media Center, Computer Labs, and personal assistance from a trained group of Peer Advisers (Career Resource Assistants).
Employer partnerships are a significant aspect of the CDC program. Representatives from companies like M&I Bank, The Milwaukee Bucks, Northwestern Mutual, Roundy’s, Direct Supply, Kohl’s, Target, Coca Cola, Best Buy, General Mills, and Metropolitan Life, as well as the Milwaukee Public Schools and nonprofit organizations, often interview and participate in events on campus. PantherJobs, a web-based technology connects UWM students and alumni with employers at all levels including internships and part-time opportunities and campus jobs.
The Center for International Education offers a full array of international learning opportunities that help students develop the knowledge and skills necessary to understand and succeed in today's increasingly interconnected world. CIE coordinates several of UWM's international academic majors, minors, and certificate programs as well as its study abroad programs. Film series, public lectures and conferences, and internationally-focused student organizations further engage students with critical global issues. The Beyond Borders: International Living & Learning Community connects new freshmen with peers who share an interest in learning about the broader world.
CIE also coordinates UWM's international student admissions and immigration services. Specialized orientation programs and advising help to ensure that international students experience a smooth transition to and positive experience while at UWM.
For more information about CIE programs, please see our website or visit us in Garland Hall, Room 102.
The Dean of Students (DOS) Office is a central resource for students and is here to support their success as a member of the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee community. Students might come to DOS to seek help resolving problems or to seek support in times of crisis. We help students navigate University offices and processes and finding appropriate resources. We also work with students to resolve fee appeals and support individuals who need to withdraw for severe medical reasons. Additionally, the Dean of Students Office promotes students' rights and responsibilities by addressing student behavior on campus and in the surrounding communities.
The Dean of Students office publishes a Panther Planner & Undergraduate Student Handbook that provides students with information about the range of campus activities and resources available, as well as access to important policies and procedures. Planners are available from the office in Mellencamp Hall, Room 118.
Contact the DOS office if there is an incident or problem you'd like to report; if you need someone to listen, help, or lend a hand; or if you just can't figure out where to go.
(414) 229-4040; toll-free 877-381-3459; GetTechHelp.uwm.edu Walk-in Help Desk for wireless and clicker help: Bolton 225, Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Technology services are provided to assist students with their coursework, in the classroom and with their research. An ePanther ID and password is assigned to each applicant to track their application online.
Once enrolled in classes, the ePantherID and password provide access to the campus pantherLINK email and calendar services; PAWS student services to register for classes, view final grades, and pay tuition; pantherFILE to securely store and share files; D2L online learning management system; and free anti-virus software. To assist in their research, students have access to a powerful online survey tool and UWM's High Performance Computing service.
Computer hardware and software services are available to students via the UWM TechMall with information about and access to the UWM TechStore to purchase computers with an educational discount and other technology peripherals and accessories; UWM TechRepair, an on-campus repair facility; discounted software through the Wisconsin Integrated Software Catalog (WISC); and training for campus technology services and commonly-used software from learning TECHniques.
Campus wireless service is offered throughout campus via PROWLnet and UWM WiFi. Students will find Campus Computer Labs (CCLs) with Macs, PCs, printers and scanners; and Web Kiosks located in many campus buildings for a quick check of the Internet. The UWM Mobile app provides real-time information and campus resources and is available for free download at the Apple App Store or the Android Market.
The Intensive English Program (IEP) is a noncredit, pre-university program
that offers intensive English language training to students who are preparing
for either undergraduate or graduate university studies and overall English fluency. The instruction is
designed to strengthen listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills. Elective
courses are offered in grammar and TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
preparation as well as in additional skill areas. Five eight-week sessions of English as a Second Language (ESL) classes are
available every year: two consecutive sessions in the fall and spring semesters
and one in the summer. For more
information about IEP courses and enrollment, contact the ESL office in Curtin
Hall 672 at (414) 229-5757 or email@example.com.
Have you followed another life path and now want to explore your college options? Been away from school long enough to realize it's time to come back? Going back to school after a long time can be a daunting task. The Office of Adult and Returning Student Services (OARSS) is a gateway to UWM to help you navigate your way through the maze of returning to school.
The OARSS staff is here to help adult students through the back-to-school transition and to find their niche at UWM. Advisors help prospective students identify their educational goals, assist nondegree undergraduates through the application and course selection process, and provide a home base to which adult students return for support and referrals. If the prospective adult student is not admissible under regular standards, advisors provide information about available options and assistance appropriate to the person's specific circumstances. To accommodate the schedules of working adults, evening advising is available on Mondays and Tuesdays. If OARSS doesn't have the answer, they put you in touch with the person who does.
Applications are encouraged from veterans, educationally disadvantaged students, and other nontraditional applicants. Call (414) 229-5932 for more information.
(414) 229-6287 (V/TTY)
The Student Accessibility Center’s (SAC) mission is to create an accessible and inclusive campus environment for students with disabilities which foster the development of each student’s full potential. SAC facilitates reasonable academic accommodations to promote equal access to students’ in their educational programs at UWM.
Reasonable accommodations are determined on an individual basis and need to be supported in current documentation of disability submitted to SAC. Accommodations may include, but are not limited to: notetaking, sign language interpreting and captioning services, adaptive equipment and materials, electronic textbook service, priority registration, and alternative testing.
SAC encourages students with disabilities to contact the office upon acceptance to UWM or immediately following diagnosis of disability. Early notification assists in arranging services that begin the first day of class, and is critical for students using sign language interpreters, captioning or notetaking services, and for those students requiring textbooks and materials in alternative formats.
Services provided by the Center include accommodations such as registration assistance, notetaking, sign language and oral interpreting, auditory listening devices, alternative textbooks, and exam accommodations.
The Norris Health Center can help you stay healthy while coping with the demands of college life. The center provides high quality medical, mental health and wellness services, at low cost, to enrolled students.
Diagnosis and treatment of illnesses and injuries are provided Monday through Friday. Center services include
counselingy, gynecological care, immunizations,
allergy injections, sports medicine, men's health, physical examinations,
confidential STD counseling and testing, and a variety of health promotion and wellness services. Laboratory testing and pharmacy
are provided on site at a nominal charge. Appointments preferred; same-day options available.
The UWM Children's Center provides high-quality care for the children of UWM
students, faculty, staff, UWM Alumni Association members, and Hartford University School families and teachers. The Center serves
children six weeks through 12 years of age, and is accredited by the National Afterschool Association.
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