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. For… Read More
Maintaining social distancing and wearing face coverings/masks are two key factors in maintaining a safe classroom environment. All students and staff are responsible for following UWM’s safety standards and COVID health and safety rules. You personally are not responsible for… Read More
Students who live in UWM residence halls must be tested weekly during the Spring 2021 semester. Students, faculty and staff who come to a UWM campus at least once per week during the semester must be tested every other week…. Read More
UW System and UWM are not mandating vaccination at this time. However, vaccination is strongly encouraged as the best means to protect your health.
Please first consult with your instructors or academic advisor to see if there is any possibility to make up assignments or receive an incomplete (which gives students extra time to finish the course and receive a letter grade). Students who… Read More
No. Any course that must change delivery mode after the add/drop date due to a pandemic-related circumstance will not be charged additional instructional technology fees. For questions or concerns on tuition and fee charges, please contact the Bursar’s Office at 414-229-4914 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UW System has set new testing requirements for the Spring 2021 semester. All students living in residence halls must be tested weekly. Students who come to campus at least once per week, whether it’s for a class or an on-campus… Read More
Faculty and staff coming to campus at least one day per week during the Spring 2021 semester must be tested every other week for COVID-19. This requirement applies to employees at all three UWM campuses starting Jan. 19, 2021, and… Read More
The Career Planning & Resource Center, Student Success Center and TRiO/Pre-College program are expected to reopen their physical offices for the spring semester after Monday, Jan. 18, 2021. The offices also can be reached virtually through the following email addresses:… Read More
UWM quickly adjusted many operations for the 2020-21 school year to offer more services in an online format. Here are some examples: All students can access the Virtual Student Union in Canvas to connect to student communities and services including… Read More
The shuttle service between campus and the UPARK park and ride lot at Capitol and Humboldt is scheduled to resume for the start of the Spring 2021 semester on Jan. 25 after being suspended in November. Until then, here are… Read More
UWM held a virtual celebration for Fall 2020 graduates on Sunday, Dec. 20. This should not affect the mailing of diplomas. Diplomas are mailed to the students’s U.S. mailing address listed on PAWS, or they may be picked up in… Read More
The 2020 UWM Alumni Awards Evening was rescheduled for Friday, April 9, 2021. Details are not yet available, but updated information will be posted on the Alumni Association’s website when ready.
All academic buildings are open 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday to Friday and closed on weekends. These hours will remain in effect through the end of the WinteriM 2021 term on Jan. 24, 2021. Building hours for the Spring… Read More
UWM Enrollment Management services are available virtually during regular office hours, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday. Please use the following the email addresses or websites to contact each office: Career Planning & Resource Center: email@example.com Financial Aid:… Read More
The UWM Libraries are open on all three campuses, though access is limited at the Golda Meir Library on the main campus. Building hours, which are subject to change, are posted on the UWM Libraries website. Please note that face coverings… Read More
Due to COVID-19 restrictions on campus, access to the Klotsche Center and Pavilion for UREC services will be limited to students who have been assessed Milwaukee campus segregated fees and current (not retired) faculty and staff who purchase a membership. … Read More
The Klotsche Center and Pavilion are open with a focus on cardio and strength experiences, individual activity and programming that can be offered while maintaining social distancing. University Recreation (UREC) is committed to providing a safe, in-person experience, with modifications to… Read More
We recommend waiting at least until the schedule of classes is live to start making off-campus living arrangements. The Fall 2021 schedule is expected to appear on PAWS in late March. There is no set timeline or rush to find housing in Milwaukee,… Read More
In PAWS, online courses that have regularly scheduled meetings will list a campus location of “ONLINE WEB,” but will also include a day and time (for example, “Tuesday/Thursday 1-2:30 p.m.”). For online courses that are more self-paced, the listing box for “Days and… Read More