Mentorship & Scholarship Opportunity for 2023-2024
We are fast approaching a new academic year, and already have great news to share. Again this year, the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Alliance for Students with Disabilities for Inclusion, Networking, and Transition Opportunities in STEM (TAPDINTO-STEM), are collaborating to provide students with disabilities who are majoring in or who have graduated with a degree in STEM disciplines.
Due to construction in Mitchell Hall, ARC Offices will be temporarily housed in the Northwest Quadrant (NWQB) from June 5th to July 31st. If you would like to visit us in person, stop by NWQB 6th floor, rooms 6478 and 6472. Our email and our phone numbers will remain the same.
On July 31st, you can find us again in Mitchell Hall, room 115!
414 for UWM Giving Day: Support ARC
The Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) promotes diversity and inclusivity at UWM by providing comprehensive services and accommodations for students with disabilities in university-related academic, social, cultural, and recreational programs.
Whether you are a current student or an alum (or a parent of either), we hope your experience at with the ARC has been positive and successful! With a growing population of the students we serve, our work has become even more important on all three branches of UWM. We have hired more Access Specialists and have begun new initiatives to bring disabilities to the forefront as part of UWM’s mission of inclusivity and educational excellence.
The UWM Student Success Center (SSC) provides tutors and Supplemental Instruction Leaders (SI Leaders) for all enrolled students. The SSC is now hiring for Fall 2023, offering paid positions for both tutors and SI Leaders.
Tutors and SI Leaders often work with students in the following courses:
Academic Skills Tutors
ASL 1 – 4
Biology 150, 152, 315, 325
Bus Admn 202, 210, 350
Computer Science (various courses)
Economics (various courses)
German (various courses)
Math 92/102 – 211
Math 231 – 234, 240
Nursing 101, 102, 203, 251
Physics (various courses)
Spanish (various courses)
However, positions are available for tutoring and leading in other courses.
Tutoring and working as an SI Leader is a great way to build your professional profile. Complete the Online Tutor Application (if applying for either position) or contact the SSC at email@example.com.
The Independent Living Council of Wisconsin seeks members
Members are appointed by the Governor and as a member, you will learn more about disability rights and provide valuable insight for the Council and the Independent Living Movement. This is a great opportunity to support your community and build your professional profile!