UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Dear visitors to this site,
I want to assure you that the Student Success Team is here to help you during this difficult time and will be providing you with a variety of resources online to help you succeed. The offices below have updates posted on their websites for your reference, and if you have questions about our campus' COVID-19 response in general or would like to read the university's FAQs regarding COVID-19, please go to our COVID-19 answer site
Please remember that the connections you have established with faculty and staff on campus are still here...just an email message away.
Dr. Kathleen Hunzer
Succeeding in college is not about doing one thing well--it's about using campus resources to achieve amazing results. At UWRF, the following offices, all of which are housed in the newly renovated Rodli Hall, are here to promote student success:
Ability Services arranges equal access and opportunity for students in the way of academic accommodations and provides students an inclusive and accessible campus community and culture.
Career Services provides comprehensive career exploration and planning services to students and alumni.
Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging affirms and embraces the multiple identities, values, belief systems, and cultural practices of the campus community through activities, a dedicated collaboration space, and The Pride Center.
The Falcon Scholars Program awards scholarships to sixty in-coming freshmen who have a record of academic success in high school.
Health and Counseling Services offers on-campus professional mental health counseling services, clinical health services contracted through Vibrant Health Family Clinic in River Falls and Pierce County Reproductive Health Services in River Falls, and holistic educational and preventative initiatives and programming.
The Honors Program provides an academic and social community for students who have outstanding records of academic achievement and who seize opportunities to pursue knowledge in a variety of subjects, interact socially with peers, engage with their communities, and develop leadership skills and leadership potential.
The McNair Program, a federally-funded grant program, prepares eligible undergraduates in their pursuit of graduate studies.
The Student Success Center is home to a number of programs and services withone common goal--your success. Pre-Major/Exploratory Advising, Tutoring Services, the federally-funded TRIO Student Support Services program, and New Student & Family Programs are all housed here.
Undergraduate Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity supports and promotes the culture of undergraduate research, scholarly and creative activity across campus.