Cultural & Advocacy Centers

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

Provides equal access for students with disabilities to the University’s academic, social, cultural, and recreational programs.

Assists and supports UWM American Indian students and helps make our community stronger.

Facilitates the recruitment, retention and growth of students of African descent by promoting academic excellence and personal achievements.

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

Dedicated to preventing discrimination through programs, investigating complaints, and fostering an environment and culture that appreciates all members of the UWM community.

Provides guidance and support to foster students to support their educational success.

Facilitates a welcoming and inviting community of support for UWM students focusing on culture and diversity across campus. Specifically works supports first generation college students, undocumented students and DACA recipients.

Strives to create a welcoming campus community by providing resources, support, and more for students across the spectrums of gender and sexuality.

Serves as the first stop for all military, veteran students, dependents, alumni, and transitioning service members offering support in transitioning to college, building community, and providing resources.

Supports and advances the exploration and expression of spirituality, religious life, faith-traditions, values and philosophies of life within the context of higher education.

Dedicated to serving the Latinx/a/o students by providing academic services, engaging in outreach, and supporting applied research pertinent to Latinxs/as/os.

Provides culturally sensitive support services essential for Southeast Asian American students to achieve their educational goals.

A committee of the Student Association (Student Government) addressing issues of safety on campus.

Provides services to low-income, first generation and/or disabled college students through academic advising, personal and career counseling, financial aid assistance, and more.

The Title IX Office receives reports of sexual misconduct involving the UWM community; provides education, training,and resources; conducts or oversees investigations; and coordinates supportive measures.

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

Assists UWM students with various legal issues such as landlord/tenant, underage drinking, traffic citations, and more.


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.