Importance of Student Organizations
Student Organizations contribute significantly to the students’ total educational development and progress. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee considers student organization activities and programs an integral part of the University’s mission.
Student activities provide experiences which stimulate interest and understanding of current social, economic, political, cultural or religious problems and issues. At the same time, they provide rewarding experiences that come from living and working in group projects with individuals of varying races, life-styles, creeds, and cultural backgrounds. In addition, student activities provide students with stimulation for intellectual growth, leadership development, democratic processes, and citizenship responsibilities.
Getting Help Student Involvement is designed to help students make the most of their extracurricular experience by offering a wide range of services, activities, and programs for students. The staff can help students plan events, interpret University policies, develop training for members and advise students on a variety of topics. Student Involvement is located on the Third Floor of the Union Building (Room 355) and can be reached at 414-229-5780 or firstname.lastname@example.org.