A new study shows strong leadership outcomes for UW–Madison students, especially those who do community service or participate in student organizations
Today I’m sharing with you a number of additional commitments we are making in our efforts to ensure that our university welcomes and fosters the success of all members of our community. A number of these commitments require financial support and we are in extremely difficult financial circumstances right now due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
New guidance on Monday, July 6 from the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement creates confusion and uncertainty for international students at UW–Madison and around the country at a time when they need our support and encouragement.
Dean of Students Office hosts themed drop-in sessions every Wednesday at noon.
With remote classes and the evolving situation around COVID-19, we understand that you may be experiencing uncertainty in this time we call the new normal. We recognize this is challenging.
On February 14, freshmen and seniors received an email asking for their candid and confidential thoughts on their UW–Madison experiences by participating in the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE).
As faculty members, because we see our students on a regular basis, we often can tell if they are struggling emotionally. Yet we’re not mental-health professionals.