Student Affairs


With student development at its center, the division maintains facilities, develops programs, and provides services that complement the student academic experience.

paperworkAbility Services

Arranges equal access and opportunity through approved accommodations for students with a documented disability including, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Acquired Brian Injury, PTSD, and Physical, Sensory, Psychological, or Learning Disability.
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FieldhouseCampus Recreation

Offers fitness and recreation opportunities for the campus and community. The Falcon Center,  Knowles Center, Hunt Arena, and outdoor fields are venues used for fitness activities, Falcon Outdoor Adventures, open recreation, sport clubs, intramurals, skate school, and open skating.
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Career Services Thumbnail - Career Fair photo Career Services

Comprehensive assistance choosing a major, exploring career options, applying for internships and jobs, and applying to graduate school. Helps students discover, develop, and apply their interests, experiences, and values to find a meaningful career.
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Children on tricycles at C.H.I.L.D. Care CenterC.H.I.L.D. Center

Quality childcare services for UWRF students, faculty, staff, and the community. A fieldwork site for Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Communicative Disorders, Social Work, and Counseling and School Psychology. It is also a 4K site in collaboration with the River Falls School District.
Visit the C.H.I.L.D. Center

Dining Services thumbnail - Plate of foodDining Services

A community-centered dining experience for students, faculty, staff, and guests. Menus are built on fresh ingredients, healthy options, and a shared sense of environmental and social responsibility.
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Diversity iconDiversity, Inclusion, & Belonging (Center of)

Exists to support, affirm and empower an inclusive campus community by: 1) advising the identity-based student organizations; 2) sponsoring student of color talking circles; 3) supporting first-generation, low-income students of color with peer mentors in the ASPIRE program; and 4) promoting educational events addressing racisim, classism, sexism, and other "isms."
Visit the Center of Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging

Resident Hall BasementResidence Life

Provides on-campus living communities where students engage in personal, social, and academic development and find a unique sense of belonging at UWRF.
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Student Conduct & Community Standards thumbnailStudent Conduct & Community Standards

Helps students understand their rights and responsibilities as members of the university community.
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Students at Involvement FairStudent Involvement

Opportunities for student to be involved and engaged outside the classroom including leadership development, volunteering, joining student organizations, and/or attending campus-wide events.
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Student Support iconStudent Support Services (SSS)

A federally-funded TRIO program designed to help first-generation, low-income, and/or disabled students be successful in college. Free to qualified candidates, SSS supplemental student services include: peer mentoring, financial literacy education, career development, and early grade awareness reports. Visit Student Support Services

University Center buildingUniversity Center

It's the campus gathering place for students, faculty, staff, alumni and guests with meeting rooms and dining options. Conveniently located, it houses the Campus Information Desk, Campus Reservations, Conference and Event Services, Dining Services, Production Services, Involvement Center, Student Involvement, Falcon Shop, First National Bank, and Student Affairs administrative offices. Visit University Center

Contact Us

Division of Student Affairs
M-F, 7:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
173 University Center 

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