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H.I.R. Wellness Visit - C.A.M.P. (Community Activated Medicine Place), is a PLACE to connect through relational Mind, Body, Heart, and Spirit healing activities. This is a FREE mental health outreach pop-up site. We offer culturally responsive, trauma-informed healing and relevant... Read More
Join us for drumming, dancing, singing, and food as we gather to celebrate and heal. There will be free Indian Tacos and gift bundles (while supplies last).
UPDATE: Interpreters will be available for those that need them. This event will not be recorded nor offered virtually. Join us for a constructive dialogue, where different ideas and perspectives can be shared and heard, on the concept of Critical... Read More
The four centers are located on the first floor of Bolton Hall. They include:
- American Indian Student Center
- Black Student Cultural Center
- Roberto Hernández Center
- Southeast Asian American Student Center
Our staff provide multicultural support and individualized coaching. They are listed in Navigate as Multicultural Student Success Coordinators (MSSCs). Undergraduate students who identify fully or partially as one or more of the following are assigned one or more MSSC coaches: African American/Black; American Indian/Alaskan Native; Hispanic/Latino/Latina/Latinx; and/or Southeast Asian (Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian, or Vietnamese).
MSSCs guidance and support throughout a student’s academic career at UWM in the following areas:
- Initial admission process
- Financial aid process
- Connections to campus and community resources
- Career exploration and planning
- Celebrations of student successes
|Still unsure about the difference between a MSSC coach and your academic advisor or others that can help you?
This Role Clarification document will likely help.
For more information, contact Manager of Finance & Operations, Maurina Paradise, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (414) 251-5295.