UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

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Resources for Students, Faculty and Staff

For Students:

What to do if you feel that you have experienced racism, discrimination or any other form of bias on our campus: Bias Incident Reporting form


Admissions Multicultural Resources

The Admissions Multicultural Resources page lets you explore all the ways the University of Wisconsin-River Falls is a perfect fit for you!

Multicultural Student Services

Multicultural Student Services (MSS) office is dedicated to supporting and connecting you with the campus community and resources during your time at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. MSS provides an inclusive and supportive community space for underrepresented students to learn and engage with educational resources, leadership opportunities and campus community.

Ability Services (Student)

Ability Services supports students who have very difficult medical, physical, sensory, or brain related issues. When necessary the office arranges alternative ways these students can do important things. This is often called "accommodation."  The goal is equal access and opportunity.

Office of International Education

Office of International Education coordinates international opportunities for domestic and international students at UW-River Falls

International Student Services (ISS)

International Student Services serves as the primary resource for UW-River Falls international students. The staff in ISS works closely with other members of the University and River Falls community in an effort to improve international student academic, social, and professional success. We are proud to currently host 90 international students from 16 different countries.

McNair Scholars Program

The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program is federally funded by the United States Department of Education to provide eligible students with support and preparation for graduate school.

Student Support Services

This federally funded TRIO Program provides personal, academic and career support services to low income and first generation college students.

Upward Bound

Upward Bound helps qualified area high school students find academic success and preparation for college.

For Faculty and Staff:

What to do if feel that you have experiences racism, discrimination or any other form of bias on our campus: Bias Incident Reporting form. 


Office of Human Resources

The Office of Human Resources strives to foster and support a campus environment that is diverse, inclusive and free of discrimination and harassment. In order to achieve and maintain a collegial environment, the office provides leadership, counsel, and information resources on issues of equity, diversity and inclusion. Visit the Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity section for information on practices and compliance relating to university personnel.

University Fellow for Diversity and Inclusivity

Works closely with the Human Resources and others to advance the goal of having a workforce that is diverse, talented, engaged, and supported in their roles.

Position currently held by Cynthia Kernahan, Ph.D.

Quick Phone Reference

Admissions
715-425-3500

Multicultural Academic Programs
715-425-3531

Ability Services
715-425-0740

Office of International Education
715-425-4891

International Student Services
715-425-4982

McNair Scholars Program
715-425-4252

Student Support Services
715-425-3531

Upward Bound
715-425-3256

Human Resources
715-425-3518