Review tips for coping with stress and frequently asked questions about on-campus mental health services.
Explore the resources available through the Norris Health Center: medical services, mental health services, health promotion and wellness (and more!).
(414) 229-4716 – email@example.com
Review counseling services offered, frequently asked questions, and appointment information.
Equity & Diversity
The mission of the UWM Office of Equity/Diversity Services is to effectively integrate equal opportunity and diversity into UWM’s institutional climate.
(414) 229-5923 – firstname.lastname@example.org
The LGBTRC strives to create a welcoming campus community by providing social-justice-based education, resources, programming, and support for students across the spectrums of gender and sexuality, with an emphasis on intersectional experiences. Explore resources available to students through this center, or volunteer to be a part of this community.
(414) 229-4116 – email@example.com
The Women’s Resource Center uses an intersectional approach to advocate for the agency, education, and empowerment of women-identified folks. There are plenty of resources available to students through the center, as well as a great community of women!
International Student Resources
The Center for International Education (CIE) at UWM is a comprehensive unit committed to developing, promoting and implementing international education initiatives for students, faculty and staff, and our community. CIE can help you with international admissions, immigration status advising, study abroad, and more!
(414) 229-4846 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the Career Planning & Resource Center to help you wherever you are in the career process. They offer walk-in advising, resume & cover letter review, mock interviews, career fairs, major & career exploration, workshops, and more!
414-229-4486 – email@example.com
Visit the Writing Center to meet with a writing tutor who will work with you to improve your writing projects. You can meet one-on-one, confidentially, with qualified tutors in person or online in real time. Any subject, any project, any level.
(414) 229-4339 – firstname.lastname@example.org
General Campus Services
BOSS is safe ride service available to UWM students, operating every day between the hours of 6 pm and 2 am during the traditional academic calendar. Have fun and be safe with BOSS! Call (414) 229-6503 for a ride or download the TapRide app! Rides may be requested from your smartphone (Android / Apple)