Student Affairs
student affairs offices and units

Offices & Units

Bookstore/Textbook Services

  • Provides graduate textbooks and supplemental educational materials for undergraduate courses
  • Provides a wide variety of imprinted apparel and gifts to campus, community and alumni
  • Provides primary textbooks on a rental basis for undergraduate students
  • Supports faculty by providing educational tools that enhance classroom instruction

Book store

Career and Leadership Development

  • A centralized career development function that serves all students in all academic programs, including both undergraduate and graduate students.  The office also serves all alumni.
  • This department also provides the following student leadership development functions:  fosters student involvement in the co-curriculum; advises student organizations, student government, and the Greek community; provides education and experiential learning in diversity, leadership, career development; and enhances campus climate by providing social and tradition building programming.
  • Oversees the Warhawk Connection Center and PB Poorman PRIDE Center; designed to bring students together across identity boundaries to enhance the diversity experience and learning of all students.


Center for Students with Disabilities

  • Works with students with disabilities. Review applications and documentation, determine eligibility, and develop appropriate accommodations.
  • Faculty and Instructional Staff will receive written or electronic notification from the office about accommodations.
  • Typical services: alternative testing, alternative media, interpreters, physical classroom modifications, notetaker approval, Smart Pen, and a variety of others.
  • Support faculty and instructional staff with training, resources, and focus on the reasonable accommodation.
  • Serve as an advocate for instructional and departmental resources.

Children's Center

  •  Campus Based Early Care and Education Program for children ages three months up to six years old of UW-Whitewater Students, Staff and Faculty. 
  •  Full Day Schedules offered.  Two to Five Days per week
  • Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children
  • Each Class is taught by a Wisconsin Licensed Teacher with small group sizes and low teacher to child ratios. 

Dean of Students

  • Assistance for faculty with matters of classroom disruption and student concerns
  •  Advisement regarding academic misconduct and related protocols
  •  Ombuds services for students - medical withdrawal, grievances, referrals to campus resources
  • CARE Team
  • Coordination of Commencement Ceremonies
  • Crisis Management - suicide, threats, student death
  •  Student Behavior and Misconduct Issues

 Hyer Hall

Health & Counseling Services

  •  Health and Counseling Services are available to students by professional staff. Health services provides a variety of services including: treatment of illnesses and minor injuries, provision of lab tests and medication, sexual health care, and massage.  Counseling services provides a safe, supportive, and helpful atmosphere to address the psychological, personal, and academic well being of our students. Phone consultation with a professional health care provider or counselor is also available. There is a wealth of health and wellness information on our website at  If you need help with a distressed student, please go to
  • Employee Assistance Program provides a confidential resource for UW-W faculty, academic and classified staff who are experiencing personal concerns that may interfere or interrupt work performance. EAP provides confidential assistance and referral for a wide range of concerns. The EAP services are also available to family members of all UW-W employees. Please visit our EAP website at for more information.

health center

Recreation Sports & Facilities

  • Programs for Intramurals, Club Sports, Wheelchair Athletics, Informal Recreation (including Weight Room, Pool, and Gyms), Group Fitness Classes, Spirit Program (Cheerleaders, Dance Team and Willie Warhawk Mascot).
  • Weight Room/Fitness Center Membership program for use of the Williams Center and Wells Hall fitness facilities
  • Schedules and coordinates all indoor and outdoor athletic and recreation facilities at Williams Center, Kachel Fieldhouse, Perkins Stadium, Miller Baseball Stadium, and the surrounding outdoor complexes.

Williams Center

University Housing

  • House 4300 students in traditional, suite or off campus apartment housing types, as well as a Wellness Hall, Global Village, Quiet Study, Drug and Alcohol Free and various Learning Communities.   
  •  Provide academic, educational, recreational, social and social justice programming and leadership opportunities for students, as well as tutors in the evenings, through collaboration with the Tutorial Center.
  •  Guest Housing - Two suites on the 4th Floor of Goodhue are available for rent throughout the year.  The suites are similar to a hotel room with a queen bed, micro fridge, dresser, color TV, and private bath.  The cost per night is $45 and rooms can be reserved by calling 472-4200.  Traditional double rooms will be available in the spring semester for rent.  Please contact the above phone number regarding the availability and cost for double rooms. 

University Center

  • Meeting Room Reservations
  • Dining Services
  • Hawkcard Office/ID card services
  • Tickets
  • Vending
  • Fiskum Art Gallery
  • Warhawk Alley


Student Affairs
Andersen, Suite 2130
800 West Main Street
Whitewater, WI 53190

Contact Us

Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Phone: (262) 472-1051