On-Campus Resources

On-Campus Resources

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ON-Campus Resources


The mission of the Admissions Office is to identify, recruit, admit and enroll talented and prepared undergraduate students to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. These initiatives are achieved in accordance with the UW-Whitewater Select Mission and core values. The Admissions Office is further committed to making admit decisions using a holistic, fair and timely review of every applicant's credentials.

Career and Leadership Development office

The mission of Career & Leadership Development is to help students learn skills and behaviors to become exceptional professionals and leaders that exhibit the institutions core values. Through the acquisition of knowledge, practice of skills and reflection on experience, the department will foster student success by establishing productive relationships with academic departments, employers and alumni.

Center for Students with Disabilities

The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater proudly provides comprehensive services and cutting-edge success programming for students with disabilities. Since 1972, the Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD) at UW-Whitewater has provided a wide array of accommodations, support services, auxiliary aids and programs for students, staff and all members of the UW-Whitewater community.

Financial Aid

The Financial Aid office strives to help the diverse student population eliminate financial obstacles so that they may succeed in their academic endeavors. The FA site is a resource to learn about application instructions and deadlines, download forms, and learn about financial aid resources. Questions can be emailed to them directly.

Financial Services

UW-Whitewater tuition is based on residency status as well as graduate, undergraduate or online student status.  Please see the Student Accounts website for a breakdown of the tuition and fee schedule at UW-Whitewater.

Graduate School

The School of Graduate Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater oversees programs whose goal is to provide high quality, practitioner-oriented programs that use knowledge and skills acquired through baccalaureate degrees as a foundation for advanced preparation and professional development for careers in business and industry, education and human services.

The graduate programs achieve this through provision of learner-centered processes which couple professional experiences with advanced knowledge and highly-refined analytic, communicative and functional skills such that their students are capable of performances that characterize the best practices of their profession.

To that end, all master's level graduates will be able to:

  • comprehend and discuss advanced theoretical questions and current issues;

  • collect, analyze and interpret data applicable to complex questions and problems;

  • conceptualize, evaluate and implement solutions to complex problems;

  • use appropriate technologies as needed; and

  • synthesize and articulate multiple concepts in a clear, concise and persuasive manner 

University Health and Counseling Services

UHCS strives everyday to provide a safe, supportive, and helpful atmosphere to address the psychological, personal, and academic well being of students. They offer services that range from treating depression, body image concerns, low-self esteem, alcohol and other drug abuse, suicidal ideation, anxiety issues, family, friend, roommate or dating concerns, grief and loss, time management, sexual assault/abuse, and just about anything else that is important to students. 

Contact Us

Registrar's Office
Roseman Hall, Room 2032
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
800 West Main St.
Whitewater, WI 53190-1790

Phone 262-472-1570
Fax 262-472-1370
Email Us

Office Hours
Monday - Friday
7:45 - 4:30