Campus Resources

Accessibility Resource Center
The Accessibility Resource Center provides comprehensive services and accommodations for students with disabilities as well as outreach and support to faculty and staff.
Phone: (414) 229-6287
Mitchell Hall, Room 112
3203 N. Downer Ave.

Dean of Students Office
The Dean of Students oversees the student disciplinary process and tuition and fee appeals. The Dean of Students also helps students manage personal crises, emergencies, and unusual situations by discussing options and connecting students to resources.
Phone: (414) 229-4632
UWM Student Union 345
2200 E. Kenwood Blvd.

Inclusive Excellence Center
The Inclusive Excellence Center (IEC) is committed to cultivating an intercultural, equitable climate and learning environment for all UW-Milwaukee members. The IEC appreciates diversity and strives for excellence in fostering peer-to-peer connections and critically reflective opportunities through initiatives, experiences, and collaborations.
Phone: (414) 229-7234
UWM Student Union W119
2200 E. Kenwood Blvd.

LGBTQ+ Resource Center
The LGBTQ+RC strives to create a welcoming campus community by providing social-justice-based education, resources, programming, and support for students across the spectrums of gender and sexuality.
Phone: (414) 229-4116
UWM Student Union WG89
2200 E. Kenwood Blvd.

Student Health and Wellness Center
The Student Health and Wellness Center assists students in identifying, understanding, and responding to their most urgent health issues through medical and mental health care and health promotion programs.
Phone: (414) 229-4729
Northwest Quadrant – D, Floors 7 & 8
2025 E Newport Ave.

University Counseling Services
Counseling services–including skills workshops, group counseling, and individual counseling–are available to eligible UWM students following an initial 30-minute appointment. Crisis intervention services are available to eligible students without an appointment.
Phone: (414) 229-4133
Northwest Quadrant – D, Floors 7 & 8
2025 E Newport Ave.

University Police
UWMPD provides campus patrol and safety, facility security, and personal safety escorts, as well as investigative services and safety training.
Non-emergency line from a cell phone: (414) 229-4627
Emergency line from a cell phone: (414) 229-9911
2025 E. Newport Ave., Suite 1457, Milwaukee, WI

The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) is an open and safe space that focuses on empowering women, ending gender violence, and establishing gender equity. The WRC uses an intersectional lens to advocate for the education, empowerment and agency of women-identified students.
Phone: (414) 229-2852
UWM Student Union WG93
2200 E. Kenwood Blvd.

Multicultural Student Centers

American Indian Student Center
AISC assists and supports UWM American Indian students by providing personalized support services which will help them realize their educational goals and make their UWM experience a fulfilling one.
Phone: (414) 229-5880
Bolton Hall 170
3210 N. Maryland Ave.

Black Student Cultural Center
The BSCC facilitates the recruitment, retention, and growth of students of African descent by maintaining an environment that promotes academic excellence and personal achievements.
Phone: (414) 229-3704
Bolton Hall 170
3210 N. Maryland Ave.

Roberto Hernández Center
The RHC is dedicated to serving Latinx/a/o students at UWM by providing academic services that promote Latinx/a/o student success; by engaging in outreach to the Latina/o community and beyond; and by supporting applied research pertinent to Latinxs/as/os.
Phone: (414) 229-6156
Bolton Hall 183
3210 N. Maryland Ave.

Southeast Asian American Student Center
SEAASC provides programs and activities that help to create a friendly campus environment that enables Southeast Asian American students to fully engage in the process of learning and discovery.
Phone: (414) 229-5282
Bolton Hall 160
3210 N. Maryland Ave.

Employee Resources

Employee Assistance Program
You, or a member of your household, may contact Kepro for assistance with a wide range of issues, including:

  • Emotional Situations: relationships, parenting, grieving
  • Work/Life Challenges: child care, elder care, adoption
  • Legal and Financial Circumstances: managing expenses or debt, preparation of simple wills, child custody or child support
  • Stress related to: work, family and personal life

Kepro’s network of counselors and partners are located all across the country. You will have access to highly skilled, licensed, professional counselors, work-life specialists, as well as legal and financial experts at no cost to you.

Human Resources
The Department of Human Resources is available to answer questions about benefits and payroll, explain applicable policies, provide information about available resources, connect employees to various services, and provide employees with certain forms.
Phone: (414) 229-4463
Engelmann Hall, Room 125
2033 E. Hartford Avenue

UWM Ombuds Council
The Ombuds Council is a safe and confidential place to share UWM-related issues with a trained Ombuds. We will work with you to explore options to manage your concern. All Ombuds communications adhere to the International Ombuds Association principles of confidentiality, informality, impartiality, and independence.

State of Wisconsin Resources

Division of Personnel Management
​​​​​The Division of Personnel Management (DPM) provides leadership and support to other state agencies in human resources management. DPM oversees the state civil service system, manages employment relations, develops and maintains the state classification and compensation systems, and leads the state’s affirmative action and equal opportunity employment programs. Our ultimate goal is to ensure state government is equipped with a talented and diverse workforce to provide the best possible service to the public.

Well Wisconsin
The Well Wisconsin Program is the uniform wellness program offered as part of the State of Wisconsin Group Health Insurance Program and Wisconsin Public Employee Health Insurance Program.

RAVE Emergency Alert System
The RAVE emergency alert system provides state employees with real-time communications about emergencies and other situations that impact their department’s operations. State of Wisconsin agencies and law enforcement use RAVE solely to send mass electronic notifications to employees wherever they are to help them take immediate action to remain safe during emergencies, such as:

  • Building evacuations
  • Active shooter
  • Weather emergencies
  • Building closures due to weather, fire, smoke, etc.

Federal Government Resources

US Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights
OCR’s mission is to ensure equal access to education and to promote educational excellence through vigorous enforcement of civil rights in our nation’s schools.

US Department of Justice
DOJ’s mission is to enforce the law and defend the interests of the United States according to the law; to ensure public safety against threats foreign and domestic; to provide federal leadership in preventing and controlling crime; to seek just punishment for those guilty of unlawful behavior; and to ensure fair and impartial administration of justice for all Americans.

US Department of Labor
DOL’s mission is to foster, promote, and develop the welfare of the wage earners, job seekers, and retirees of the United States; improve working conditions; advance opportunities for profitable employment; and assure work-related benefits and rights. 

US Department of Labor, Compliance Assistance (OFCCP)
The Department of Labor is committed to providing its customers — America’s employers, workers, job seekers and retirees — with clear and easy‐to‐access information on how to comply with federal employment laws. Such information and guidance is known as “compliance assistance.”

US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
The EEOC is responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information. It is also illegal to discriminate against a person because the person complained about discrimination, filed a charge of discrimination, or participated in an employment discrimination investigation or lawsuit.