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- Administration (Divisional Office)
- Center for Community-Based Learning Leadership and Research
- Children's Learning Center
- Dean of Students
- Inclusive Excellence Center
- Information Technology Services
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Plus (LGBTQ+) Resource Center
- Military and Veterans Resource Center
- Restaurant Operations
- Student Affairs Business Services
- Student Affairs Human Resources
- Student Health and Wellness Center
- Student Union
- University Housing
- University Recreation
- Women's Resource Center
- Academic Services
- Basketball - Men's
- Basketball - Women's
- Business Operations
- Communications & Media
- Compliance and Enrollment Services
- Corporate Sponsorships - Milwaukee Panther Sports Properties
- Marketing & Fan Experience
- Soccer - Men's
- Soccer - Women's
- Sports Medicine
Administration (Divisional Office)
AthleticsMilwaukee Athletics will promote a spirit of pride in the University through positive athletic experiences for student-athletes, coaches and spectators; Promote athletic excellence by embracing the academic purpose of UWM; Maintain a sports program of high quality through attracting, developing and retaining the best student-athletes, coaches and staff; Engage students, alumni and the surrounding community.
Center for Community-Based Learning Leadership and ResearchThe Center for Community-Based Learning, Leadership, and Research (CCBLLR) partners with the community to inspire students, faculty, and staff to engage in activities that foster enduring personal and social change.
Children's Learning CenterThe UWM Children’s Learning Center serves the University with distinction through the provision of high-quality education programs for children, youth and families, UWM students and the professional child development community.
Dean of StudentsThe Dean of Students Office assists students with matters beyond academics. 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. The Dean of Students Office also helps students who have a grievance or complaint helping the student identify options and processes to have their complaint addressed.
Inclusive Excellence CenterThe 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. The IEC will invest time to create a socially just campus in order to include different perspectives, engage in authentic and challenging dialogue, and connect vibrant and global communities.
Information Technology ServicesInformation Technology plays a vital role within the divisions of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. Working with divisional departments, Student Affairs IT Services (SAITS) and Campus Technology Services (CTS) provide guidance and support for all forms of IT.
LeadershipLeadership within Student Affairs is comprised of three teams; Student Affairs Leadership Team (reports directly to the Chief Student Affairs Officer (CSAO) and provides significant advice and direction to the Division based on regular consultation with the CSAO); Integrated Leadership Team (leaders throughout the Division who have responsibility over the actions needed to fulfill both the daily work and strategic initiatives at UWM); Alignment & Action Team (individuals who lead and direct the work of others, and/or may show meaningful participation in Divisional/institutional committees.)
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Plus (LGBTQ+) Resource CenterThe UWM 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, with an emphasis on intersectional experiences.
Military and Veterans Resource CenterThe Military and Veterans Resource Center serves as the first stop for all military (Active, Reserves, and Guard service members), Veteran students, dependents, alumni, and transitioning service members, educates the UWM campus and Milwaukee community about military service, transitions issues, stigma, stereotypes, support and awareness programs, establishes and offers a safe space on campus for those who have served, empowering them to connect with the University and with one another, and establishes community partnerships that provide opportunities for Veteran to build bridges into the Milwaukee community for future employment, as well as civic and cultural engagement
Restaurant OperationsRestaurant Operations offers the UWM community a wide variety of dining options. From nutritious & custom made meals at Sandburg Café to meeting up with friends & watching sports in the Union’s Gasthaus. UWM’s Restaurant Operations has something for everyone.
Student Affairs Business ServicesOverseeing the accounting, budgeting, capital projects planning, and financial analysis and reporting functions of the Division. The business staff also provide support related to purchasing, program evaluation and strategic planning. Business Services ensures compliance with UWM, UWS and Divisional business policies and procedures, as well as creates best practices to support operational effectiveness and efficiencies. The staff closely collaborates with UWM Business Financial Services, Facilities and Planning, and Parking and Transportation on behalf of the Division.
Student Affairs Human ResourcesOverseeing the human resource management functions of the Division. HR Services maintains personnel policies and procedures related to compensation and titles, recruitments, appointments and continuity status, equity and promotions, and legal compliance with employment laws. Additionally, the staff assists in divisional strategic planning by way of workforce analysis, compensation plan design, and policy development. The area is also responsible for the annual Diversity Assessment Report.
Student Health and Wellness CenterYour on-campus health and mental health services are here to assist you in identifying, understanding and responding to your health care needs through medical and mental health care and health promotion programs; and to assist the UWM campus community through collaborative partnerships designed to enhance the university’s academic and community service mission. Our staff will be your partner, providing treatment if you are ill, injured, or in distress, and assist you in understanding your health needs and in learning to make healthy choices on a daily basis.
Student UnionIn the Student Union, we provide programs, services and facilities for University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee students to find community, build relationships and make memories that support and complement their academic journey.
University HousingUWM University Housing is committed to enhancing community members’ cultural understanding, leadership skills, academic success, social connections, and social responsibility by creating safe, comfortable, and well-maintained living learning environments that inspire growth and development.
University RecreationThe Department of University Recreation (UREC) is recognized on campus and professionally for excellence in programs, services and facilities. We enhance the quality of life for the UWM community by providing opportunities to develop and maintain healthy lifestyles, lifelong learning, leadership skills and personal success through comprehensive recreation and wellness programs in quality facilities.
Women's Resource CenterUsing an intersectional approach to advocate for the agency, education, and empowerment of women-identified folks.
University Housingdeluca@uwm.eduSandburg Halls
University Housingdahayden@uwm.eduSandburg Halls
University Housinghowellgt@uwm.eduCambridge Commons