Campus Resources

There are many offices on campus that provide pertinent information and essential support to students. The following list, while not a complete directory of all campus offices, provides links to some of the most utilized campus offices:

Bursar’s Office

Business and Financial Services

Information on tuition, fees, and payments

Children’s Learning Center

Children’s Learning Center

Providing childcare for students who are parents

English as a Second Language Programs


Courses for students to improve English proficiency

Help Desk

Campus Technology

Campus IT support for ePanther ID, UWM email, and PAWS account

LGBT Resource Center

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center

Providing support to LGBT students by working to create an affirming and welcoming educational environment for all students


UWM Libraries

American Geographical Society Library, Archives, Special Collections, Media and Reserve Library, Music Library, Digital Collections, and Curriculum Collections

Neighborhood Housing Office

International Students Housing

Off-campus housing assistance

Norris Health Center

Norris Health Center

On-campus medical and mental health care as well as health promotion programs

Panther Academic Support Services

Panther Tutoring 

Academic tutoring

Parking & Transit

Transportation Services

Information about transportation, UPASS, and parking

Student Success Center

Student Success Center

Opportunities for all first-year, transfer, and returning adult students and families to successfully transition into an inclusive and vibrant community

Student Union

UWM Student Union

Socio-cultural programming, distinguished lectures, recreation, art-exhibits, food vendors, coffee-shop, and movie theater

University Housing

Student Housing

Residence halls and Kenilworth Square Apartments

University Recreation


Fitness classes, workout facilities, and intramural sports

Women’s Resource Center

Women’s Resource Center

Empowering women, ending gender violence, and establishing gender equity by providing education, support, and advocacy to our students on campus