We Are Here for Current Students
We are committed as ever to offer support to current students in a prompt and efficient manner. We are available to answer questions to prospective students, and in late Spring, meet with Fall 2021 students.
Due to the University's decision to keep our campus community safe during this unprecedented time, staff will be holding virtual appointments through January 2021. Please reach out to us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 715-425-0740 to set up a meeting time. For more details regarding how COVID-19 is impacting overall campus functions, please review the following website https://www.uwrf.edu/Falcons-Forward/Index.cfm.
Temporary Remote Learning Order, effective Nov. 30, 2020
The Ability Services office will remain open from 8:00 am-4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. This order will not cause disruptions in day-to-day services as it pertains to academic accommodations.
Safety Protocols for Students with Underlying Health Conditions Living in Campus Housing
If you have a diagnosed condition like (Type I Diabetes, Seizures, etc.) that may require emergency treatment in the Residence Halls, please identify a safe alternative safety plan that does not involve the use of other residents. Residents should not develop safety plans that involve roommates or other residents as a core element of their plan. Residents who use devices like the Dexcom app for glucose monitoring or the Embrace Emergency device for tonic-clonic seizure activity, should come to campus with an appropriate safety plan. Other residents should not be asked to have access to apps or other technology that involve another resident’s glucose monitoring levels or seizure activity.
Roommates or other residents should not be expected to be responsible for administering glucagon injections or first-aid seizure care. However, talk to your roommate about your condition and inform them of the necessary safety steps if an emergency occurs. Residents will be asked to call 911, in lieu of administering any medication or first-aid care.
If your previous safety plan involved a resident who is no longer living in the Residence Halls, please take the time to revisit your plan with your family and health care provider.