Here to Help
From day-to-day matters like technology and library books, to big picture issues like career questions and study abroad opportunities, we’re here to help you navigate every aspect of campus life. We’ve got dedicated resources and staff to answer your questions, troubleshoot your problems and help you discover the possibilities.
The Disability Resource Center supports students with physical, learning, psychological, sensory, health-related or other disabilities. Staff work directly with you to make sure you don’t miss out on an ounce of the Falcon experience.
Our dedicated Career Services team provides comprehensive career planning for all students (and alumni, too!). You can schedule a one-on-one appointment, find resume support, take a career assessment or participate in one of our many on-campus events including interviewing, networking opportunities and career fairs.
The C.H.I.L.D. Center is located right on campus and provides childcare for children of students, faculty/staff and the community. It also serves as a fieldwork site for several of our academic programs, including education, communication sciences and disorders and school psychology.
You are home at UWRF – and we’re committed to helping you feel that way. The Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging team offers empowering learning opportunities that help students of all backgrounds and identities build a strong sense of community.
The Division of Technology Services, also known as DoTS, is the hub off all things technology at UWRF. The DoTS mission is to enable teaching, learning and the university experience through the use of technology.
Hit the books at Chalmer Davee Library. Whether you’re in for a late-night study session or need assistance with a deep dive for research purposes, our library staff are fully equipped to help with all your library needs.
Have you or a close family member served in the military? The Military and Veteran Resource Center is a place for veterans and their dependents to find assistance with state and federal benefits and make important connections to other campus resources.
Welcome to the Falcon Family! The Orientation and Transition Experience Department is committed to providing new students and their families with the necessary information, resources and support to make the transition to college a smooth experience.
Home to International Student Services, UWRF’s study abroad programs and more, the Office of International Education is your one stop shop for all things global.
Got the sniffles? Need someone to talk to? Student Health and Counseling Services can help with both. Counselors are available on campus to help you work through a variety of issues, while clinical health services are provided off campus through Vibrant Health Family Clinic and Pierce County Reproductive Health Services.
The Student Success Center is home to Pre-Major/Exploratory Advising, the Falcon Care Program and Tutoring Services (free and unlimited!). This team has one goal in mind – helping you succeed.
Student Support Services is a program that provides eligible students with educational and enrichment opportunities.
University Police provide 24-hour service. To reach campus police, call 715-425-3133. In the event of an emergency, dial 911.
Whether you want to grab a UWRF tee during your campus visit or need supplies for a class presentation, the Falcon Shop is your one-stop shop at UWRF. Located in the University Center, you’ll find must have items for campus life.