We’re here to support your success
Student Affairs is 900+ people across multiple campus units dedicated to helping UW–Madison students succeed in and out of the classroom. We celebrate diversity and creating a welcoming and safe community where all students can grow. Our programs and services cover areas including health and well-being, identity and inclusion, leadership and community engagement, and student advocacy.
Create your Wisconsin Experience
As Badgers, we are committed to creating an inclusive environment where every student feels a sense of belonging, and where we appreciate and celebrate one another’s abilities, views, and accomplishments.
We strive to find greater meaning every day through purposeful action. We work for the common good and lead for positive change.
We develop resilience, and we foster courage in life and learning. There are so many things you can do at UW–Madison. Take time to simply be and to take care of yourself along the way.
Get help when you need it
We recognize there is a new normal, and we are here to help — on and off-campus.
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Actions related to sexual assault or exploitation, dating/domestic violence, or stalking.
News and events
Nearly one in five undergraduate students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison reports they are the first in their families to attend college. In an effort to better support first-generation students and provide them enhanced opportunities …September 28, 2023
From September 15 to October 15, our campus celebrates Latinx Heritage Month. This year the theme is Transplanting Traditions. The 2023 theme honors shared Latinx heritage, recognizing that many customs, communities, and cultures have been …September 27, 2023
September is Suicide Prevention Month. At UW-Madison, this is a chance for students, faculty, and staff to consider the role we each play in creating a campus community that is compassionate to mental health concerns.September 27, 2023
Artificial intelligence (AI) tools like Chat GPT, Dall-E, and others are here to stay. While students and instructors have experienced the potential opportunities of AI, it can also be challenging to navigate this new norm …September 20, 2023
Joel Baraka, Class of 2022, Recounts His First Year As A Badger By Mia McCauley, Student Affairs At UW–Madison, our traditions run deep. One prime example is New Student Convocation, happening on September 5 at …August 29, 2023
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