The UWM Student Union is open the following hours for the Fall 2020 semester: Monday to Friday: 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Weekend hours may vary depending on special events. Areas of the building may be… Read More
UWM has several locations on its campuses where students can study in a safe environment, or participate in an online class if it’s scheduled before or after an in-person class. Main campus The UWM Student Union has multiple dining and… Read More
UWM has reviewed and approved the health and safety plans for the majority of university buildings for reopening for the Fall 2020 semester. A detailed list can be found in this Fall 2020 UWM Buildings Hours document. Please note that… Read More
Until Dec. 31, 2020, most parking rates will be discounted by 20% and prorated to the purchase date. In addition, the hunting permit will cost $33 per month in the fall, exceeding the discount for other permits. This matches the… Read More
Yes. UWM is continuing its partnership with Milwaukee County Transit Services (MCTS) to provide bus passes to students who are enrolled at the main campus in Milwaukee. Students who pay segregated fees are eligible to receive the MCTS bus pass… Read More
The Klotsche Center & Pavilion is open for the Fall 2020 semester. The initial hours of operation are: Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The facilities are open with an… Read More
Wēpa print stations are available this fall in the most commonly-used campus locations. Wēpa has also released a touch free solution that allows students to pay for and release print jobs from their computer or cellular device. Visit this website… Read More
Mail is picked up from the U.S. Postal Service each morning as usual. In lieu of regular delivery and pickup at your office, please email Warren Krutzik, supervisor for Mail Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up special circumstances. Here are some options:… Read More
In-person tours of all three UWM campus are available, and you can sign up on the Office of Undergraduate Admission’s visit page. In line with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines, tour groups are capped at 10 people, and… Read More
The UWM Libraries are open on all three campuses for the Fall 2020 semester, though access will be limited at the Golda Meir Library on the main campus. Golda Meir Library is reopening in phases, starting with most public spaces… Read More
Yes, but faculty and staff will be asked to help. Offices will be cleaned per the schedule that was in place before campus shut down. Main department offices will be cleaned weekly, and all individual offices once per month. Faculty… Read More
UWM’s online branded merchandise and apparel provider, shopUWM.com, continues to experience some production and shipping slowdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic. Orders can still be placed at shopUWM.com, and they will ship when ready. Customer service is available by email at email@example.com…. Read More
You may return materials at circulation desks and book-drops, as usual. If you are unable to come to campus to return items, you may return them by USPS: Golda Meir Library 2311 E. Hartford Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53211 UWM at… Read More
Yes, student organizations will be able to meet at the UWM Student Union in the Fall 2020 semester as in the past, but space capacities will be limited and social distancing will be required. For the fall, the Union will… Read More
Student extracurricular groups may be allowed to meet in campus buildings or outside on campus grounds in the fall but must abide by UWM policies for planning events during the pandemic, as well as CDC, local and university public health… Read More
You will not need to use personal protective equipment, including items like gloves, eye/face protection or an N95 mask, unless your job duties or campus activities require you to wear them. However, in the best interest of the UWM community’s… Read More
Plexiglass barriers have been installed for areas where face-to-face interactions regularly take place, including reception/check-in desks, transactional locations, cash register locations and service counters. In most cases, building staff have planned for plexiglass installations, though specific requests may be sent… Read More
There are no pandemic-related changes to rules regarding posting on campus. Public posting bulletin boards and other locations remain available for use under existing, applicable policies.
The Children’s Center has reopened at about 33% of capacity. Enrollment is expected to increase up to 50% beginning with the start of the fall semester. Capacity limits are outlined in the City of Milwaukee Health Department’s phased reopening plan…. Read More
The Office of University Special Events has put together a detailed guide on its website to help you plan large events online, covering everything from choosing the right platform to designing and producing the virtual event. For more help, reach… Read More
UWM Environmental Services staff will focus on cleaning elevator buttons and other high-touch areas like doorknobs and railings in campus buildings and University Housing. Environmental Services staffers will do their best to clean elevators regularly during the day. We will… Read More
Guidelines have been updated for UWM departments or units planning large-group events amid the pandemic. These guidelines apply to events on UWM campuses and offsite events sponsored by UWM. They are subject to change with public health guidance. A “UWM… Read More
The Peck School of the Arts facilities area and Department of Music are committed to the safety and well-being of our student performers. We have been reviewing all available research relative to performance activities since the beginning of the COVID-19… Read More
Students will be asked to stagger their arrivals to and exits from classrooms, including filling seats from front to back and leaving the classroom in reverse order. Some seats will be unfilled. Plexiglass will be installed at lecterns as needed. In… Read More
Computer labs in SARUP will be run remotely, using technology that allows students to access software and computing power from their work stations at home. The woodshop and the rapid prototyping labs will be operational with COVID-protective strategies in place… Read More
The Safewalk Program will not operate during the Fall 2020 semester because of budgetary constraints. However, the BOSS (Be On the Safe Side) Program – a night-time ride service that’s free to UWM students – is operating on a schedule as… Read More
Here are the standard cleaning procedures in student housing: Hand sanitizer stations located in first floor lobbies are checked daily and refilled as needed. Restrooms are cleaned and disinfected daily before 9 a.m. Power cleaning with disinfectant cleaners is completed,… Read More
Yes. In order to meet social distancing requirements, workstations will be reconfigured to place them at least six feet apart. If they cannot be adjusted to account for proper distancing, supervisors will work with staff to set up alternate onsite… Read More
UWM follows state specifications to make sure that indoor air quality is optimal. The heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems in campus buildings brings outside air into the system, which then is filtered. Once the temperature is adjusted, the air… Read More
Yes. The residence hall and Capitol/Humboldt parking lot (UPARK) shuttles will begin running again when the Fall 2020 semester starts with safety guidelines in place for drivers and passengers. Go Riteway buses will be running and follow all CDC recommendations…. Read More
Students living in UWM residence halls are expected to clean their own bedroom, suite/apartment and bathroom. They also are expected to clean their own kitchen if they have one in their suite or apartment.
Yes, cleaning supplies are being purchased at a central level and will be distributed to any campus department that needs them for essential operations. This program is intended to supplement regular procurement by campus departments by serving as a reserve… Read More
Yes. The university is purchasing personal protective equipment at a central level that will be distributed to any campus department that needs it for essential operations. This program is intended to supplement regular procurement by campus departments by serving as… Read More
Campus computer labs at the UWM Student Union, Golda Meir library, and Northwest Quad will be open this fall, with capacity limited to allow for social distancing. Visit the UWM technology page for Campus Computer Labs for more information, including… Read More
All classrooms and lecture halls will be cleaned and disinfected before classes begin each morning. Classrooms and lecture halls will be stocked with cleaning supplies to allow students and instructors to disinfect desks and other work surfaces throughout the day.
Departments, staff and students should continue to meet using online tools such as Microsoft Teams as much as possible, even in situations where employees are located in adjacent offices or have a conference room nearby.
Most break rooms/kitchenette spaces are located within office suites and used by one or two departments. They are generally small and should only be used by one person at a time. Employees using the space should sanitize the space before… Read More
The university is implementing prudent health and safety protocols that align with recommendations by local, state and national public health authorities. UWM is also asking campus community members to adhere to published health and safety guidelines to minimize the prevalence… Read More
UWM students with textbooks rented from eCampus can download a UPS return label and send back their materials free of charge. Please go to the eCampus website to start the return process. Sign in to your account Select “Manage My… Read More
No. The UW Credit Union branch in the UWM Student Union remains closed.The ATM machine at the Student Union is inaccessible because the building is closed. You can still visit branches in the Milwaukee area that have drive-thru windows. For… Read More
Food service units are cleaned daily when in operation. Food service employees clean equipment, and custodial staff clean and scrub floors. Products used for disinfecting surfaces and floors are “hospital grade” and EPA approved.
Students can sell their textbooks online through eCampus, including those purchased elsewhere. Visit the eCampus site to get started: Enter the ISBNs for each book to receive a quote. Sign in to your account or create a new one. Choose… Read More
All in-person courses at the School of Continuing Education are suspended until further notice. However, many of these courses are now available in an online format. Visit this SCE website for more information about online classes. For the latest information,… Read More
The 2020 UWM Alumni Awards Evening has been rescheduled for Friday, Oct. 16, at the Pfister Hotel. It was originally scheduled for April 3, but UWM has suspended all university-sponsored and Alumni Association events.