Deciding on a Major or Career Path:
While some students come into college knowing exactly what they want to do, others may have no idea. That is entirely okay! The national average for students switching their major is 80%, so if/when your student does decide to switch majors, don't worry. We have a lot of support on campus for exploratory students or students who would like to switch majors. Our Career Services offers online and in person tools to find a major; your student could meet with a career counselor, research majors within the UW System, speak with a professional advisor in another department, and so much more.
Office: 187 Rodli Hall
For more information on Career Services options for changing majors, click here.
At UWRF we offer tutoring services included with tuition and we highly recommend utilizing their services. Students can find a tutor for a specific class, general tutoring, find a tutoring center, or schedule a tutoring appointment. We offer tutoring centers for math, writing, business, and everything in between.
Office: 220 Rodli Hall
Our Student Success Center offers a wide plethora of online resources for student wanting to seek help without having to go anywhere. To view the online resources available, click here.
Falcon Care Team:
The Falcon Care Team seeks to create a community of care by linking students experiencing various difficulties or challenges with the appropriate resources that will allow them the opportunity to overcome barriers on their path of success, both personal and educational. A coordinated care team comprised of various campus members that include: Student Conduct, Ability Services, Diversity, Inclusion, & Belonging, Residence Life, Stud Health & Counseling, Financial Aid, and Student Success.
Chalmer Davee Library:
Our library offers so many resources for student, both online and in person. Students can find study rooms lcoated throughout the library, a reference librarian for every major (and one dedicated to helping new students on our campus), and a vast selection of books and articles. Many students chose to study at the library for its study spaces, access to resources, and comfort.
Office of International Education:
The Office of International Education facilitates the development of engage, culturally-aware global citizens and leaders by providing meaningful international educational experiences for UWRF students, building and supporting robust international student enrollment on campus, and developing and sustaining international partnerships. UWRF was voted the #1 school in the UW System for study abroad and we have the highest percentrage of students who choose to study abroad during their undergraduate career.
Office: 174 Rodli Hall
The Ability Services Office enables students with disabilities to develop their independence and self-advocacy skills in the classroom through reasonable accommodations. Ability Services provides service to students with a documented disability who need to arrange academic accommodations for their classes. A disability under ADA may include, but is not limited to ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Acquired Brain Injury, PTSD, or a physical, sensory, psychological, learning disability, etc.
Office: 123 Rodli Hall