From SOAR to the time you graduate, we are here to support you and help you be successful.
The McBurney Center for Disability Resources supports students’ success. Staff members deliver innovative services and accommodations in learning environments and facilitate and advocate for students with disabilities so they have equal access to the programs, activities and services of the institution.
- Financial Help
Academic Advising Services assists and support students in exploring their educational goals, learning about academic requirements, navigating the university structure, and progressing toward degree completion. It provides advising to pre-declared Letters & Science (L&S) undergraduate students who intend to complete a specific L&S degree and major.
- Reporting Incidents
University Health Services (UHS) is the student health center at UW–Madison and provides high-quality care in a manner that is culturally respectful, fiscally responsible, and developmentally appropriate to student needs.
All UW–Madison students who are enrolled for credit during a fall, spring, or summer semester and pay segregated fees are eligible to use the full range of services provided by UHS during that academic term. That includes: undergraduates, students in graduate and professional programs, full-time and part-time students.
Want to talk something through? Visit the Dean of Students Office, do a live chat or give us a call.
Getting around Campus
Campus is fairly easy to navigate and accessible.
A disability resource guide is available here: https://fpm-www3.fpm.wisc.edu/ada/Default.aspx
Campus Map: https://info.wisc.edu/plan-your-visit/map/
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