Campus Victim Advocate
The CVA provides advocacy as well as direct and outreach/prevention services to UWRF students, faculty, and staff who have experienced sexual assault, harassment, dating/domestic violence, and stalking. For more information about the CVA program, please check out her website.
CVA - Katie Ryan Niznik
Identity-Based Job Resources
Check out the information compiled by UWRF's Career Services Office. It offers advice, support, and resources for a wide variety of identity-based issues within the work place. Or it is a great starting point if you are looking for opportunities to work abroad or in a non-traditional career.
International Student Services (ISS)
ISS 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.
Library Resource Guide
This guide is meant to be a brief overview of resources available on the topics of diversity, inclusion, and belonging in the Chalmer Davee Library.
M Health Fairview Clinic, River Falls (formerly Vibrant Health)
McNair Scholars Program
The UWRF Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program provides an enriching educational experience for first-generation college students with financial need, or members of a group that are traditionally underrepresented in graduate education and have demonstrated strong academic potential.
Multicultural Community Center
This space is located in Room 269 of Rodli Hall. It is maintained by the staff in Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging. The room is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM. It is reservable by student organizations for after hours use. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org to make your reservation.
Office of International Education
The Office of International Education facilitates the development of engaged, culturally-aware global citizens and leaders by providing meaningful international education experiences both here and abroad for UW-River Falls students.
PFLAG River Falls
Parents & Friends of Lesbians & Gays (PFLAG) promotes the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons, their families, and friends through support.
Pierce County Reproductive Health
Services are available to both men & women. Nurse Practitioners are available for clinical exams. To see a list of the services provided at no additional cost to students, click here.
Pierce County Victim/Witness Coordinator
(P): 715-273-6750 ext. 6749
Preferred Name Policy - Staff
UW-River Falls supports the use of preferred names for faculty and staff, while maintaining the official, legal name required for payroll records and data integrity. Your updated name will be reflected in all campus directory accounts. Click here to complete the online forms.
Preferred Name Policy - Students
The University of Wisconsin-River Falls will begin implementation of the Preferred Name Policy in September 2017. The goal of the Preferred Name policy is a consistent preferred name experience across University systems and use of one's preferred name wherever a legal name is not absolutely necessary. The University's infrastructure is multi-faceted and complex so there are still some systems where the implementation of preferred name will be forthcoming. Click here to learn more and complete the necessary forms.
This space is located in Room 269A of Rodli Hall. It is maintained by the staff in Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging. The room is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM. It is reservable by student organizations for after hours use. Just email email@example.com to make your reservation.
The Student Involvement Office offers a resource library with books on a wide variety of topics, such as leadership development, race, social justice, intersecting identities, and much more. Stop by the Involvement Center to check it out!
The Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Office also offer a variety of books, movies, and documentaries. Click here to read more about the resources available. They can be found in Room 269, Rodli Hall.
River Falls Police
Safe Ride Program
This collaborative program between UWRF Student Senate and the City of River Falls Taxi Service provide free taxi rides in River Falls for UWRF students Thursday through Saturday nights from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. when classes are in session.
SART - St. Croix Valley Sexual Assault Response Team
This organization provides forensic healthcare, education, protection, and advocacy for victim survivors of sexual assault and the community.
(Available 24 hours/day)
Second Chances Thrift Store
Turningpoint's Second Chances Thrift Store accepts contributions of gently used items, which are donated to shelter residents who are in desperate need of clothing, household goods, as they escape trauma and create new lives for themselves and their children. They are also open to the public. Revenue from Second Chances Thrift Store comprises approximately 23% of Turningpoint's annual operating budget.
Student Conduct & Community Standards
Student Conduct & Community Standards promotes student awareness and an understanding of their rights and responsibilities as university community members.
Student Health & Counseling Services
Student Health & Counseling Services offers on-campus professional mental health counseling services, clinical services contracted through Vibrant Health Family Clinics in River Falls and Pierce County Reproductive Health Services, and holistic educational and preventative initiatives and programming. They can also provide you with connections to local mental health counseling services for longer-term counseling needs.
Counseling Services: 715-425-3884
Student Health Services: 715-425-3293
Student Involvement Office
Click here for a full list of student organizations at UWRF.
Student Support Services (SSS/TRIO)
SSS is a project designed to help students maximize their academic potential and achieve their academic and personal goals. Our program provides the encouragement, information, and positive support that make our offices a "home away from home" for our students.
St. Croix County Reproductive Health
St. Croix Victim/Witness Assistant Program
Taxi Service is provided through Student Health Services at no charge with the presentation of a valid UW-River Falls student I.D. Free service provides round-trip (within the city limits of River Falls) transportation to Vibrant Health Family Clinics, Pierce County Reproductive Health Services, & SART.
Turningpoint for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence, Inc.
Turningpoint offers safety, support, and strength to victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence. These services include a sexual assault support group and a young adult support group for individuals who have experienced dating/domestic violence. Click here to check out more information about these groups.
24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 1-800-345-5104
24-Hour Text Hotline: 715-821-8626
This is a federally funded college preparatory program that generates in our participants the skills and motivations necessary to complete a program of secondary education, and succeed in a program of post-secondary education.
Violence Prevention Coordinator
The Violence Prevention Coordinator (VPC) is a UW-River Falls employee whose role is to plan, implement, and evaluate theory- and evidence-informed sexual and intimate partner violence, sexual harassment and gender-based violence, and stalking (sexual/intimate partner violence) prevention strategies, policies, programs, and services to support student success. The VPC office can be found at 318 South Hall.
VPC - Ann Lawton