Campus Life

What are my available housing options? What’s the best place to eat on campus? Where will I park and how can I get around? How can I get involved on campus? If these are among your burning questions, find out what campus has to offer.

Housing at UWM

Wondering where to live? Check out both on campus and off-campus housing options.

On-campus living learning environments that inspire growth and development.

Offers support finding rental and neighborhood-based programs and services to UWM students at no cost.

Career, Internship, Research and Service-Learning Opportunities

Looking for experience related to your future career or just wanting to volunteer? Here’s a few places to explore on campus.

Works directly with students supporting career planning through career-related education, internships, jobs, and more.

UWM’s comprehensive employment platform, including on-campus employment, full time opportunities after graduation, internships and other opportunities.

Provides opportunities for students through volunteerism, service-learning, and community-based work-study options.

Get Involved

There are tons of ways to get involved on campus. Begin your exploration here to find out where to start!

Tickets, schedules, and information about the 13 athletic teams representing UWM.

For both academic and community support, these centers offer programs, events, and co-curricular guidance for students.

Learn about the Greek Community at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Enrich the student experience through representation, advocacy, and the funding of services and activities that improve student life.

Inspiring students to achieve a healthy, balanced lifestyle through recreational pursuits.

Provides programs, services, and facilities to find community and build relationships that support and complement students’ academic journey.

Events, leadership and involvement opportunities, and supports student organizations.

Join a student-run organization based on your interests, career, or to try something new!

Health & Safety on Campus

Your health and safety is of utmost importance to UWM. Here is a link to health services, but visit our Health & Safety page for tons of great resources.

On-campus physical health and mental health services providing treatment and assisting students to understand their health needs and make healthy choices.

University Counseling Services (UCS) provides a wide range of mental health services for UWM students.

Getting Around Campus and Milwaukee

Safe and free ride service for UWM students.

Comprehensive site for travel services include taking public transportation, driving, or biking to campus.

Co-Curricular and Academic Support Services

Centers that support student Academics or co-curricular learning

Promotes student success, research excellence, and community engagement by providing scholarly resources and services.

Provides opportunities for students through volunteerism, service-learning, and community-based work-study options.

Combines electives with any degree to provide leadership development opportunities for students seeking to become Army officers.

Supports international education initiatives including International Admissions, Study Abroad, Global Studies, and more.

Provides peer mentoring, free tutoring services, and supplemental instruction.

Eating Options on Campus

Information on a wide variety of dining and retail options across the UWM campus.

Information on the meal plan options, including the Resident Meal Plan.

Books & Technology

Offers multiple services and resources to empower student’s success both in and out of the classroom – including a Walk-in Help Desk.

Your one-stop technology shop.

Opportunities to purchase, rent, or sell textbooks – including a Price Match Guarantee.

Supporting Student Parents

Committed to supporting children and their parents through playing, interacting and communicating by providing a supportive and safe space for your family to grow socially and emotionally.

The Student Parent Success Program assists UWM student parents in their efforts to attain a higher education.

Partners with on and off-campus community resources and organizations to coordinate education and empowering programming focused on education, empowerment, and advocacy.

Title IX is a Federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex—including pregnancy and parental status—in educational programs and activities.


We are always here to help you along your journey at UWM.

Fosters a learning environment that prepares students for life, career, and the responsibilities of citizenship in a diverse and complex community by helping them navigate challenges and supporting their success.