No. On May 28, UWM announced that it will not enforce the residency requirement for Fall 2020 new students. How this affects an incoming student depends on where they are in the housing process. Students who have not signed a… Read More
The contract priority deadline and deposit payment due date for residents who are new to University Housing (incoming new first-year or transfer students, or students changing from commuting or off-campus to on-campus) for Fall 2020 has been postponed to June… Read More
The UWM food pantry is open through the summer. Contactless, curbside distribution at the UWM Student Union will take place every Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Patrons will receive a bag with roughly one week’s worth of food…. 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.
The federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act allotted $16.9 million to UWM for pandemic relief. Half of that was allocated to students in emergency aid grants. The other half can be used by the institution to cover costs… Read More
A limited number of residents have been approved to remain in University Housing for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester. For the most part, students currently living in University Housing should be contacting family, friends, and classmates about other… Read More
University Housing is mostly closed, with the exception of people who do not have other options. A limited number of residents have been approved to remain in University Housing for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester. Sandburg, Purin, and… Read More
Housing and dining refunds for students who moved out of the residence halls will be processed by the end of April, if not sooner. Students who have credits on their accounts will have checks mailed to their permanent address on… Read More
If necessary, University Housing has accommodations in place to mitigate the spread of infection to other residents.
University Housing has implemented additional social-distancing protocols as residents move out of the residence halls. Because there is community spread within Milwaukee County, it is especially important that students who are remaining on campus plan now in the event that… Read More