Help our campus feel more like home.
Come meet with campus administrators to share your experience and ideas on building a more welcoming Badger community.
- Hear updates on campus belonging initiatives.
- Share what you love most about UW and where we could improve.
- Let us know your big and small ideas!
This new event series is an informal opportunity for campus administrators and students from a variety of backgrounds to connect as community members with a shared purpose — working toward a more inclusive campus community where everyone can flourish.
We can’t wait to meet you!
If you are a student and would like to request a Badger Dialogues session on belonging at UW–Madison, email email@example.com.
No events returned.
Student Communities at the Red Gym | Oct. 3
Belonging as a Conservative Student | Oct. 13
Belonging as a First-Generation Student | Oct. 16
Belonging as a Student Veteran | Oct. 24
Belonging as a Muslim Student | Oct. 24
Belonging as a Buddhist Student | Oct. 30
Belonging as a Student of Color | Nov. 9
Belonging as a Jewish Student | Nov. 14
Belonging as a LGBTQ+ Student | Nov. 15
Belonging as a Sikh Student | Nov. 17
Belonging as a Transfer Student | Nov. 28
Belonging as a Hindu Student | Nov. 29
Separate sessions are planned but yet to be scheduled on belonging as disabled, low-income, rural, APIDA, Latine/Latinx, and Indigenous students.
Ways to report a student concern
Bias or hate incident
Including slurs, degrading language, epithets, graffiti, symbols, assault, microagressions, and harassment.
Student of concern
Any student displaying behaviors that may interfere with their ability to be successful or disrupts the learning of others.