Hundreds of events take place at UW-W every year and most are free! Getting involved with campus events ranges from attending social and educational gatherings to choosing and implementing the events.
Going to events on campus is a great way to socialize with friends while experiencing the great UW- Whitewater atmosphere. Events range from NCAA sporting events to theatre performances and art gallery displays.
Check out these resources to find out what's happening:
- Student Entertainment & Awareness League
- University Center
- Athletics & Recreation
- Center of the Arts / Irvin L Young Auditorium
Student Entertainment and Awareness League (SEAL):
The Student Entertainment and Awareness League (SEAL) is a group of UW-W students dedicated to providing opportunities for students to gather. This group of students host events such as bands like Yellowcard and hypnotists, to karaoke night at Prarie St. Café. For additional information please go to: SEAL's Web site
Homecoming Steering Committee (HSC):
The Homecoming Steering Committee is composed of a group of student volunteers responsible for planning and implementing the Homecoming activities at UW-Whitewater. Students are selected to serve on the committee based upon their involvement and academic achievement. If you would like to take part in HSC or gain additional information please go to: Homecoming Web site or contact Career & Leadership Development 262-472-1471.
Leadership Involvement Team (LIT):
The Leadership Involvement Team (LIT) in each residence hall is the organization for activities planning and providing feedback on hall improvements. For more information please go to: Leadership Involvement Team Web site
Jitters is a student run and managed, non-profit coffeehouse. Jitters offers students opportunities to volunteer, as well as space for all residence halls and student organizations to utilize. To become a Jitters member just attend a weekly meeting Sunday nights at 9:00pm or call (262) 472-JAVA(5282). For additional information please go to: Jitters Coffeehouse Web site
Cultural Affairs Committee:
The committee is student led and student funded. The CAC consists of students, faculty, academic staff, and community members. To join all one needs to do is attend one of the bi-weekly meetings and have an interest in the arts. For additional information please go to Cultural Affairs Committee Web site