Neurodivergent Social Group
Are You a Student who identifies as Neurodivergent?
Would you like to:
- Make new friends?
- Have fun?
- Go to UWM events?
- Volunteer in the community?
UWM has a social group for students who are neurodivergent. The group generally meets twice per month during the academic year.
Activities include informal conversations, adult coloring/art, board games, sensory activities, and other events and activities as decided by the group’s members. Please contact Mallory Frank or Melanie Pare to be added to the email list or to ask any questions.
Mark Your Calendar!
UWM Main Campus |LEC 211 Manpower Conference Room | 12:00 to 1:00pm
- Tuesday, September 19th
- Tuesday, October 17th
- Tuesday, November 14th
- Tuesday, December 5th
UWM at Waukesha | Room L112 | 12:00 to 1:00pm
- Thursday, September 21st
- Thursday, October 19th
- Thursday, November 16th
- Thursday, December 7th
Activities include informal conversations, board games, ping pong, and other events and activities as decided by the groups members. Please contact Mallory Frank or Melanie Pare to be added to the email list or to ask any questions.
DREAM @ UWM
Are you interested in meeting other students who share your experiences? DREAM (Disability Rights, Education, Activism, and Mentoring) is a national organization for and by college students with disabilities. DREAM at UWM is open to culturally Deaf students and students with any type of disability, chronic illness, or mental health condition and their allies.
We gather regularly to exchange information, promote self-advocacy, provide encouragement, and explore resources.
DREAM Advice from College Students to College Students:
For more information about DREAM at UWM, email Jon Broskowski.