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To have a successful college experience, UWM Panthers must familiarize themselves with the variety of resources provided to them.

UW-Milwaukee and the College of Nursing provide a myriad of academic and enrichment resources to make sure you get the most out of your college experience. Students are invited to explore opportunities such as study abroad, research assistantships, student organization membership, supplemental instruction, health services, tutoring and much more.

We offer resources and support for almost every aspect of your student life, and we invite you to reach out to learn more.

Student Services

414-229-5047
uwmnurse@uwm.edu
Fax: 414-229-5554
Cunningham Hall
Room 135

Mailing Address
UWM College of Nursing Student Services
CUN 135
PO BOX 413
Milwaukee WI 53201

Physical Address
1921 E. Hartford Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53211

Your academic advisor’s purpose is to help you get the most out of your college experience. Working closely with your advisor can help you set and achieve goals, connect with campus resources, and make decisions that align with your interests, goals, abilities and degree requirements.
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Don’t navigate through your nursing education journey alone. Find out more about areas to study in Cunningham Hall, what the Nursing Learning Resource Center is, and more.
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Eligible incoming freshmen can apply to either the Nursing Scholars Program or Honors College, as well as the UWM Health Care Living Learning Community.
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A variety of options are available to help students finance their education at UWM, including over $500,000 in nursing scholarships awarded annually, as well as loans, grants, student employment, fellowships, military education benefits and more.
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Participation in student organizations offers you opportunities for fellowship, leadership, recreation, and meaningful interaction with faculty, staff and students.
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Studying abroad gives students a unique opportunity to learn while getting to know another culture, living in a different environment, learning a new language, and being immersed in new customs and traditions. Opportunities for studying abroad are available to a wide range of destinations and for lengths of time ranging from a couple of weeks to a full academic year.
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Campus Resources

UWM offers a wide range of on-campus resources, such as academic support and mental health resources. Students also find supportive communities within our student centers.

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