Casa Abierta 2018

Casa Abierta – Bilingual Open House
January 27, 2018  from 7:30am – 2:00pm
Register HERE today!

We know a student doesn’t make the decision to attend college on their own. Family plays a large role in supporting and nurturing students as they make these life-changing decisions. Not all family members are comfortable with English as a first language and we want to make sure everyone gets the information they need, in the way they need it, to help students become future Panthers!

Students will be able to:
• participate in a resource fair
• take part in breakout sessions about high school preparation, admission to UWM and financial aid
• attend a student panel; ask questions and get the answers from the student perspective
• enjoy a campus tour

Entendemos que para un estudiante la decisión de asistir a una Universidad no es una que él/ella hace por sí solo. La familia es una fuente de apoyo muy importante para el estudiante cuando se trata de hacer decisiones. Queremos que todos los estudiantes y sus familias se sientan cómodos usando su primer idioma (Español) y que puedan recibir la información necesaria para poder asistir a nuestra universidad.
En este evento tendrán la oportunidad de participar en:
• Una feria de recursos e información
• Talleres de Preparación para el colegio, admisiones, y asistencia económica.
• Podrán hacer preguntas a un panel de estudiantes exitosos
• Tomar un tour de la universidad.

Scholarship for Young Hispanic Leaders

Scholarship for Young Hispanic Leaders


  • Deadline: December 29, 2017 at 11:59 PM CST
  • Award Amount: a full scholarship to attend USHLI’s 36th National Conference in Chicago and a one time non-renewable $1,000 scholarship (4-year university) or $500 scholarship (2-year college)
  • Disbursement: Fall 2018 & Spring 2019; two payments will be mailed directly to the recipient’s institution.
  • Apply Here

Since 1982 USHLI has awarded over $1.3 million in scholarships and internships to students from the Latino community and similarly disenfranchised groups. Most notably, the Dr. Juan Andrade, Jr. Scholarship for Young Hispanic Leaders seeks to recognize Hispanics students who share Dr. Andrade’s lifelong commitment to servant leadership.

Qualifications: Applicant must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a full-time student, in an accredited four-year or two-year institution in the U.S. or U.S. territories, and demonstrate a verifiable need for financial support. At least one parent must be of Hispanic ancestry. Non-US citizens are eligible to apply (DACA or Undocumented). Recipients must also be available to attend the 36th National USHLI Conference in Chicago, IL, February 15-18, 2018.

Requirements The scholarship application is not considered complete until the following documents are received

  • Background Essay

Applicants must submit a 500-1000 word self-description in PDF format including his/her family history (parents, siblings), life and/or work experiences that have influenced the applicant, and pertinent extracurricular and community involvement activities.

  • Leadership Essay

Applicants must submit a 500-1000 word analysis in PDF format that describes the most pervasive issue in their community. How will they address it? How will their education and career experience help them address this issue?

  • Optional Essay

What else would you like to share with us that is relevant to your application being selected for this scholarship?

  • Résumé

Applicants must submit a one-page resume in PDF format of their work experience, academic accomplishments, and other relevant information.

  • Portrait Picture

Applicants must submit a recent photograph (high-resolution, color, size: 2.5 x3.5 ratios, PNG, JPG, or GIF). The picture should be suitable (head shot) for use in any printed literature announcing the recipients.

  • Transcript

Applicants must submit the most updated transcript. e.i. (College freshmen please submit your high school transcript). All transcripts must be attached as a PDF document to this form. Unofficial Transcripts are accepted.

  • Letters of Recommendation

Applicants must submit three (3) letters of recommendation that meet the following requirements: letters should focus on the applicant’s leadership abilities and past academic performance, while also indicating an ability or desire to effectively serve their community; individuals submitting letters of recommendation should have worked closely with the applicant in an academic, professional, or community service setting. Letters must be emailed to Adrian Calderon at by January 5, 2018.

RHC Student Survey

Roberto Hernández Center (RHC) Student Survey

At the Roberto Hernández Center, we are constantly striving to improve the quality of our services and are sincerely interested in your feedback and suggestions. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey/questionnaire regarding your experience with the programming, academic services and the space at the RHC. Thanks for your valuable input!

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Multicultural Research & Writing Help

Come talk with our graduate research assistants from the UWM libraries for help with your class assignments. Areas of help include:

⭐️ Finding The Right Sources For Your Paper
⭐️ Using Campus Research Resources
⭐️ Creating A Bibliography
⭐️ Citing Sources
⭐️ And More Just Ask!

Please note: Research & Writing Help will also be available at multiple locations throughout November & December. See below for details:

MONDAYS 10 AM – 12 PM ✨

  • November 6  – Black Cultural Center
  • November 13 – American Indian Student Services
  • November 27 – African American Student Academic Services
  • December 4 – Roberto Hernández Center
  • December 11 – Southeast Asian Student Services

✨ THURSDAYS 11 AM – 1 PM ✨

  • November 9 – American Indian Student Services
  • November 16 – Black Cultural Center
  • November 30 – Roberto Hernández Center
  • December 7 – Southeast Asian Student Services
  • December 14 – African American Student Academic Services

Multicultural Career Counseling

Come talk with Career Counselors from the Career Planning & Resource Center (CPARC) about where you want to go, what you want to do and how to get there!
⭐️ Career Planning    ⭐️ Job Search   ⭐️ Internships
⭐️ On-campus jobs    ⭐️ Interviewing Skills  ⭐️ Linked-in Review
Please note: Career Counseling will also be available at multiple locations all throughout November. See below for details:
Tuesdays 11am – 1pm
  • November 7th – African American Student Academic Services
  • November 14th – American Indian Student Services
  • November 21st – Black Cultural Center
  • November 28th – Roberto Hernández Center
  • December 5th – Southeast Asian Student Services
Wednesdays 10am – 12pm
  • November 8th – American Indian Student Services
  • November 15th – Black Cultural Center
  • November 22nd – Roberto Hernández Center
  • November 29th – Southeast Asian Student Services
  • December 6th – African American Student Academic Services