New Student Experience 2022

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I am so excited to welcome you to the University of Wisconsin-Platteville family. I know you will do great things as a lifelong Pioneer! New Student Experience is a great way to meet new friends and make connections to build on during your time on campus. As part of NSE, you will meet with an academic advisor and choose classes for your first semester that interest and challenge you. We also encourage you to participate in NSE by following us on social media, attending an On-Campus Orientation session, and enjoying Welcome Weekend activities. As you go through NSE, you’ll learn about all the ways UW-Platteville works to support our students. This orientation booklet is a convenient way for students and families to become familiar with all the opportunities and resources available to you, and can be a quick reference guide for questions and contact information throughout your time at UW-Platteville. We hope you find it useful! Our campus provides many opportunities for you to get involved and build connections, starting with NSE, continuing with Welcome Weekend activities in the fall, and through our over 200 student clubs and organizations you can choose from. Getting involved helps you make friends, build skills, and learn more about yourself and the world around you. Get out there and find what inspires you. All these activities and opportunities were created with one goal – to help you feel connected to your new community. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns you may have so that we can assist you in building those connections. Thank you for choosing the UW-Platteville! We’re excited to welcome you to our family.

Angela Udelhofen Vice Chancellor for Enrollment and Student Success


TABLE OF CONTENTS Tech Tools................................................................. Page 4 New Student Experience Checklist.............................. Page 5 Living on Campus...................................................... Page 6 Eating on Campus..................................................Page 7–8 Paying for College...................................................... Page 9 Working on Campus and Developing Your Career....Page 10–11 Student Employment, Career and Professional Development Office Finding Support and Building Community.............Page 12–14 TRIO Student Support Services, Wright Center for Non-Traditional and Veteran Students, Campus Climate, Doyle Center for Gender and Sexuality, Office of Multicultural Student Affairs, Services for Students with Disabilities Taking Time for Wellness.....................................Page 15–17 Dean of Students, Student Health Services, University Counseling Services, Pioneer Activity Center, Outdoor Recreation, Intramurals Using Campus Services.......................................Page 18–21 Parking, Transportation, Campus Card, Textbook Center, Information Technology Services, The Office of the Registrar Staying Safe on Campus......................................Page 22–23 University Police, Reporting a Concern, and ITS Safety and Security Succeeding Academically....................................Page 24–25 Academic Support Programs, Navigate Student, Karrmann Library, Math Learning Center, EMS Student Success Programs, Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Program Getting Involved.................................................Page 26–27 Student Organizations, Fraternity and Sorority Life, Campus Programming and Relations Welcome Weekend................................................... Page 28 Resource Index........................................................ Page 29 Campus Map........................................................... Page 30 Campus Parking Map............................................... Page 31


DOS | Dean of Students Office

BRRT | Behavioral Review and Recommendation Team

EA | Education Abroad

MPSC | Markee Pioneer Student Center

EMS SSP | EMS Student Success Programs

NSE | New Student Experience

FERPA | Family Education Rights and Privacy Act

OMSA | Office of Multicultural Student Affairs

CPR | Campus Programming and Relations CPDO | Career and Professional Development Office CFA | Center for the Arts BILSA | College of Business, Industry, Life Science, and Agriculture EMS | College of Engineering, Mathematics, and Science LAE | College of Liberal Arts and Education

GWAM | Greenwood Avenue Markets HR | Human Resources ISSS | International Student and Scholar Services ITS | Information Technology Services LLC | Living and Learning Community

MLC | Math Learning Center

PAC | Pioneer Activity Center PASS | Pioneer Administrative Software System

SHS | Student Health Services TRIO-SSS | TRIO Student Support Services UBIT | University Bias Incident Team UCS | University Counseling Services WiSTEM | Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics

PIC | Pioneer Involvement Center SSWD | Services for Students with Disabilities 3

TECH TOOLS Pioneer Portal – A customizable and easy way to access all our online resources, like your email and Canvas. You will be able to customize applications, home page layout, and web shortcuts. When you open an internet window on any campus computer, it will open the Pioneer Portal.

PioneerLink – Use this system to learn about and get involved with student organizations and campus events.

KnowledgeBase – Find helpful articles and walkthroughs for technology-related questions and processes.

Campus email – UW-Platteville uses Office 365 for email, calendar, and other integrated apps. Visit to learn how to access your UW-Platteville email. This email address is how the university will communicate with you, your classmates, professors, supervisors at any campus job, and important all campus announcements. Learning to monitor your email carefully is one of the best ways to stay on top of things.

SharePoint – The internal, password-protected website for the campus community, also called Campus Hub. Use SharePoint to find the most up-to-date information about campus resources and departments.

Duo – The tool we use for two-factor authentication, which pairs something you know (your password) with something you have (your cell phone). Everyone in the university community are potential targets of phishing attempts and having this extra layer of security is important to keeping everyone’s information safe. ITS strongly recommends enrolling a second device in the event your primary device is not available. You may also generate a list of one-time-use backup codes for those times when your phone dies or you forget it somewhere.

PASS – UW-Platteville uses the Pioneer Administrative Software System for many different student and staff functions, including registration, payments, financial aid review, administrative purposes, updating and maintaining student records, and more.

Canvas – The online course management system used for classes or supplemental training. Professors can post readings or assignments in Canvas, you can submit assignments or take quizzes, and your professors can post your grades and provide feedback on assignments. An on-campus job might have you enroll in a training environment within Canvas.


Navigate Student – An online student success tool that helps students stay organized and engaged on campus. Students can use Navigate to schedule appointments with tutors and advisors, access information about campus resources, stay up to date on important events and deadlines, and connect with other students in your classes. Students can download the Navigate Student app on their smartphones or access Navigate Student from the Pioneer Portal.

Handshake – Students can use Handshake to search for on-campus and off-campus employment opportunities, schedule appointments with career specialists in our Career and Professional Development Office, and more.

NEW STUDENT EXPERIENCE CHECKLIST See what steps you’ve already taken and what your next steps might be to stay on track for NSE.

GET STARTED IN PASS  Complete Intent to Enroll.  Sign up for NSE; visit for instructions. • When signing up, choose a date to attend your On-Campus Orientation experience. • You are encouraged to add the names of up to two guests who will attend your On-Campus Orientation with you. • You can add contact information for any family members who want to receive communications about NSE. Log in before your On-Campus Orientation session to edit or add this information.

REGISTER FOR FALL CLASSES  Complete placement tests. • These must be completed at least two weeks before your advising appointment. • Not completing your placement tests in time will delay your advising and registration appointment.  Complete all required Canvas modules BEFORE meeting with your academic advisor. Reviewing these modules is the best way to prepare for your advising appointment. • Your academic advisor will provide you with information about accessing and completing the Canvas modules.  Meet with your academic advisor to register for classes. • Watch for an email to schedule a registration and advising appointment with your academic advisor. • Your advisor will review your placement test results and what they mean during your advising appointment.

ATTEND ON-CAMPUS ORIENTATION  Enjoy your time on campus. • Meet new friends. • Learn about campus resources and student involvement. • Participate in interactive sessions about different majors and academic experiences. • Get your photo taken for your Campus Card. • At the end of the day, grab your Campus Card and a cool yard sign. • Parents and guests will also have a full day of activities.  Check out the On-Campus Orientation schedule at

STAY INFORMED  Access your UW-Platteville email. • Visit to learn how to access your UW-Platteville email. • If you have questions about your email account or about setting up Duo Two-Factor Authentication, look for an email sent to your personal email with the subject line, “UW-Platteville Email Access”. • Make sure you check your email often, and read carefully.  Follow us on Instagram @uwplattnse2022 for updates and the chance to win cool giveaways.  Review for more information on all these steps.

WHAT’S NEXT  Purchase a parking pass (available late June/early July). • If you are planning to bring a car to campus, watch your UW-Platteville email for information on purchasing parking passes.  Sign your Textbook Agreement in PASS (available early August).  Complete the online Mandatory Prevention Course facilitated by the Dean of Students Office. A personalized link will be sent to your UW-Platteville email in early August.  Learn about getting involved. • Search for PioneerLink on the Pioneer Portal at to learn about our 200+ student organizations.

JOIN US FOR WELCOME WEEKEND (FULL SCHEDULE AVAILABE IN JULY)  Move into your residence hall and get to know your new community.  Participate in fun activities to help you meet other students and learn about your campus. • Are you a commuter student? Welcome Weekend activities are for everyone – we encourage you to join us.


LIVING ON CAMPUS Residence Life The residence halls at UW-Platteville strive to provide safe, clean, comfortable, and inclusive living environments as well as opportunities for individuals to be active participants in creating respectful and responsible learning communities. RESIDENCE LIFE STAFF Resident assistants are trained to help residents with the transition to college, the struggles of relationships, providing programs and upholding the Department of Residence Life Policies. Resident directors are professionals who oversee the residence halls. They provide ongoing training to the residence hall staff, resources to residents, and meet with residents who violate residence hall polices. We have these policies in place to support our mission of providing safe, clean, comfortable, and inclusive living environments for every resident. ROOM ASSIGNMENTS Room assignments will be emailed to new students in late June. Please make note that we assign room locations based on when you completed your Housing Contract and then we assign roommates based on how you answered the Housing Contract questions to assure a successful match. After you receive your roommate information, please reach out to your roommate directly to get to know each other and discuss what each roommate plans to bring. We don’t suggest relying on social media to learn about your new roommate – reach out and say hello. LOFTS Loft rental links will be available after room assignments have been sent out. Loft rentals will depend on what building you live in. Buildings using wooden lofts are contracted through Residence Life. Metal loft buildings are contracted through an offcampus company. Our bed loft section of our website details which buildings offer which loft. BICYCLE STORAGE For students living on campus in the residence halls, bike racks are available outside each hall for bike parking. Covered bike lockers are available in several locations near the residence halls. Bike locker rentals are done on a first-come, first-served basis within each residence hall. When students arrive on campus, they can speak with their residence hall’s front desk to pay and get a key for a bike locker. FALL MOVE-IN PROCESS Be sure to check your campus email regularly because additional information will be provided as we approach move-in day. Information about dates and times for new student move-in will be provided on our website. FOR MORE INFORMATION Residence Life | Room 120, Royce Hall 608.342.1845 |


EATING ON CAMPUS Dining Services Dining Services provides tasty, convenient, and balanced meals at locations across campus. Eating balanced meals can help fuel your body throughout the day and keep you focused in the classroom.

Dining plan options DINING DOLLAR PLANS Freshman and sophomore students living in the residence halls, under the age of 21, are required to participate and may choose from one of the four Standard Dining Dollar Plans. Junior and senior students living in the residence halls, may choose from one of the Standard Dining Dollar Plans or one of the Junior/Senior Dining Plans. To be eligible for a Junior/Senior Dining Plan, you must have completed 60 post high school credits or be over the age of 21. Freshman and sophomore students who commute are able to choose from one of the Standard Dining Dollar Plans or one of the Commuter Dining Plans. Junior and senior students who commute are able to choose from one of the Standard Dining Dollar Plans, Junior/Senior Dining Plans, or Commuter Dining Plans.


Stations, Bridgeway Commons

Greenwood Avenue Market, Glenview Commons

Pioneer Crossing, Markee Pioneer Student Center

Pioneer Haus, Markee Pioneer Student Center

Pioneer Perk, Markee Pioneer Student Center

Additional coffee/beverage/snack shops around campus


New Dining Dollar Plan funds are added to your account at the beginning of each semester. Fall Dining Dollar balances carry over to the spring semester with the purchase of a spring Dining Plan. Dining balances left at the end of spring semester will not transfer to the following academic year. Dining Plan pricing is per semester. Additional funds can be added to your Dining Dollar Plan by going to eAccounts. There are no additional transaction fees for adding additional funds.



Dining Dollars vs. Campus Cash DINING DOLLARS Dining Dollars are funds you receive from a Dining Plan that you purchase. Each Dining Dollar is equivalent to $1 and offers discounts depending on the type of purchase. • • •

50% off meals enjoyed inside Bridgeway Commons, the all-you-care-to-eat location. 30% off retail items prepared by Dining Services. Discount is excluded on pre-packaged items such as chips, bottled beverages, candy, groceries, etc.

CAMPUS CASH Campus Cash is available to all UW-Platteville students and is accepted in all dining locations, the University Bookstore, Information Center, campus printing, and for laundry machines in the residence halls. Campus Cash offers a 5% discount only on Dining Services purchases. Campus Cash remains active throughout your entire career at UW-Platteville. Students may purchase additional Dining Dollars and Campus Cash at any time during the semester at the Dining and Campus Card Office and online at eAccounts, regardless of Dining Dollar Plan choice. FOR MORE INFORMATION Dining and Campus Card Office | Suite 1313, Markee Pioneer Student Center 608.342.1404 | |

Menus, nutritional information, dietary needs and preferences Our goal is to provide an inclusive dining experience. It’s important to us that you feel safe eating on campus. Digital menu boards on display at each dining venue provide allergen and other ingredient information. Nutrition and ingredient information can also be found on our online Menu System. If you have food allergies, follow a specific meal pattern, or are interested in menu information, we encourage you to reach out to our registered dietitian. FOR MORE INFORMATION Registered Dietitian | Room 349, Glenview Commons

Pioneer Provisions Nearly one in three UW-Platteville students have experienced food insecurity at least once per semester. Pioneer Provisions is a free pantry/grocery service on campus located in Glenview Commons. Pioneer Provisions is set up in a shopping-style format, and students can take what they need. Some high-demand items may be restricted. Volunteer staff will be present during open hours to assist with questions or special requests. FOR MORE INFORMATION Pioneer Provisions | Northeast entrance, Glenview Commons 8

PAYING FOR COLLEGE Financial Aid and Cashier’s Office The Financial Aid Office assists students in financing their educational expenses through state, federal, and institutional programs. When administering these programs, our dedicated staff works with all prospective and current students, families, and members of the campus community. Tuition and fees can be paid with cash or check at the Cashier’s Office. Credit or debit payments can be made online through PASS. The Cashier’s Office also processes refunds, scholarships, and online payments. Students may grant a third party (for example, a parent) access to certain features within PASS. WHAT IS FINANCIAL AID? Financial aid consists of grants, loans, employment, and scholarships. These resources may assist you with meeting your educational expenses at UW-Whitewater. Visit our website under “Types of Aid” for additional information and eligibility requirements. HOW DO I RECEIVE FINANCIAL AID? You must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid to be considered for grants, federal loans, and employment (work-study). The application is available online at’s FAFSA school code is 003921. Use this code for both the Richland Center Campuses and The Baraboo campuses as well. You will report your prior-prior year federal income tax information - on the 2022-23 FAFSA, Include 2020 income. You must be admitted to the university before your aid application can be processed. The aid you receive will depend on your eligibility as determined through the FAFSA, state and federal regulations, and the availability of funds for specie programs with limited funding. The FAFSA is available on October 1st of each year to fill out for the upcoming school year. WHEN DO I RECEIVE MY AID? Grants, loans, and scholarships in PASS (where UW-Platteville has awarded them or has received the funding for the scholarship if from an outside source) are applied directly to a student’s UW-Whitewater account at the beginning of each term. Once students complete all requirements, the aid will be released. Note that there are additional application steps for loans, you will receive information on these if a loan award is accepted. If your aid for the semester exceeds your charges, you will receive a refund check, or the refund may be directly credited to your bank account. We recommend you arrange for the direct deposit of refunds with the Cashier’s Office. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION • Complete a new FAFSA every academic year to receive aid for that year. It does not roll over. • Dropping a class or withdrawing from all classes may affect your aid, which means you may owe funds back to UW-Platteville. • In order to continue receiving aid, you must maintain satisfactory academic progress. • At the start of each semester, enrollment is reviewed to determine the student’s enrollment status compared to the level at which financial aid was awarded. If different, aid may have to be adjustedat that time. • Visit our website under “Policies” for more details on the above and other important items. Fall tuition bills will be generated in late July or early August by the UW-Platteville Cashier’s Office and an email notification is sent to the student with their bill for the Fall 2023 semester. Please understand that when the initial bill is sent out, there has not been any aid deducted from the bill, the disbursement happens on the first day of classes for the semester. FOR MORE INFORMATION Financial Aid | Fifth floor, Pioneer Tower 608.342.1836 | Cashier’s Office | Second floor, Brigham Hall 608.342.1211 |


WORKING ON CAMPUS AND DEVELOPING YOUR CAREER Student employment UW-Platteville offers many different types of employment opportunities across all departments, including Dining Services, Pioneer Farm and Greenhouse positions, academic assistants who support our instructors, and office assistants who support university functions. REASONS TO WORK ON CAMPUS Working on campus allows students to gain work experience with the benefit of flexible hours and scheduling to match class requirements. Working on campus gives students a convenient way to earn money without having to leave campus. HOW TO GET A JOB On-campus jobs are posted to an online job board called Handshake. Browse Handshake for the latest job openings. NEW HIRE PROCESS If a student is hired for an on-campus position, the student must provide documentation and complete the required forms to verify eligibility to work. The Student Employment Office will directly communicate with the student regarding what paperwork needs to be completed. WORK STUDY Some students may be awarded Work Study as part of their financial aid package. Work Study gives students a bank of funds that can only be paid to them through on-campus employment. The Financial Aid Office will send communication directly to students who have been awarded Work Study. Work Study awards are not applied directly to tuition. NOTE: Work Study is NOT a requirement to work on campus. Students who do not qualify for Work Study are encouraged to apply for on-campus employment as well. FOR MORE INFORMATION Student Employment Office, Human Resources | Suite 2300, Ullsvik Hall 608.342.1174 |


WORKING ON CAMPUS AND DEVELOPING YOUR CAREER Career and Professional Development Office The Career and Professional Development Office offers services to all students designed to help you: y explore potential career paths y make informed decisions about your future y discover exciting opportunities for employment or graduate education. Whether you need to schedule an appointment for a resume or cover letter, search employment opportunities, participate in a mock interview, or ask career-related questions, we can help. Even though it may seem too early to think about what you want to do after graduation, it is important to get connected with the CPDO in your first year at UW-Platteville. Employers have told us they want to meet with students early in their academic careers; some employers are even hiring interns after their freshman year. Activate your Handshake account to find current openings for on-campus student employment, discover internships, co-ops, and full-time employment opportunities offered by companies recruiting UW-Platteville students and graduates. PIONEER CAREER CLOSET The Pioneer Career Closet provides professional clothes for career fairs, interviews or other professional events for students in need. You do not have to return clothing items. They are yours to keep! The Pioneer Career Closet is FREE to all UW-Platteville students.

FOR MORE INFORMATION Career and Professional Development Office | Suite 0200, Ullsvik Hall 608.342.1183 |


FINDING SUPPORT AND BUILDING COMMUNITY TRIO Student Support Services TRIO Student Support Services is a program funded by the U.S. Department of Education. We provide a variety of free support services to help our participants become successful college graduates. TRIO-SSS offers: • • • • • •

Academic advising and coaching Assistance with accessing campus resources Help with understanding your financial aid package Mentoring Tutoring Opportunities to participate in social/cultural activities

WHO IS ELIGIBLE? Prospective TRIO-SSS participants must be citizens or permanent residents of the U.S., working on their first bachelor’s degree, and meet at least one of the following eligibility criteria to qualify for our FREE services: • • •

Be a first-generation college student (neither parent currently has a four-year college degree) Be an income-eligible student (based on taxable income level) Be a student with a documented disability

Students interested in becoming a TRIO-SSS participant needs to attend a 30-minute information session and complete a short application. FOR MORE INFORMATION TRIO Student Support Services | Room 103, Warner Hall 608.342.1816 |

Wright Center for Non-Traditional and Veteran Students The Wright Center’s goal is to provide access to resources and programming that assist non-traditional and veteran students in making a successful transition to UW-Platteville and support their needs while pursuing their education. Non-traditional students may include students who have any of the following characteristics: • • • • • • • • •

Over age 24 Married/divorced/widowed A parent Graduate student Part-time student Going to school while maintaining a career Veteran and military student Student who has a GED Student who is financially independent of their parents

The Wright Center provides guidance and resources for using military or veteran education benefits, information to help students prepare for mobilization, as well as returning to the university after mobilization. The Wright Center provides non-traditional and veteran students a space for meetings, studying, or just hanging out. The center includes computers, quiet study rooms, mini-fridge, microwave, and a separate reservable meeting room. FOR MORE INFORMATION Wright Center for Non-Traditional and Veteran Students | Room 322, Royce Hall 608.342.7576 |


FINDING SUPPORT AND BUILDING COMMUNITY Campus Climate The Department of Campus Climate’s mission is to provide UW-Platteville the opportunity to engage with diverse, equitable, and inclusive education experiences. Campus Climate will host programming, events, trainings, and services to increase awareness and education in regards to identity, diversity, inclusion, and equity. We hope to continue to make UW-Platteville a safe and inclusive environment for everyone. HATE IS NOT A UW-PLATTEVILLE VALUE The Hate is Not a UW-Platteville Value initiative was created by the University Bias Incident Team and Campus Climate to address and combat hate and bias in our UW-Platteville campus community. Hate and bias continues to impact our students, staff, and faculty in negative ways. Our goal is to promote inclusivity, respect, and support for all members of our UW-Platteville community so we can work toward a more just and compassionate campus environment. Our webpage will provide you with updated university communications, resources, and action steps related to hate and bias. FOR MORE INFORMATION Campus Climate | Room 113, Warner Hall 608.342.6179 |

Doyle Center for Gender and Sexuality The mission of the Patricia A. Doyle Center for Gender and Sexuality is to provide a supportive, equitable, and thriving environment for all persons on campus in relation to gender and sexuality. The Doyle Center offers resources, information, events, and programming on issues and challenges facing folks in relation to gender and/or sexuality. Stop by our lounge on the first floor of Warner Hall any day of the week to hang out. We welcome everyone. The Doyle Center offers: • • • • • •

Inclusive environment for homework, relaxation, and socializing Resource library Resource people Computer and TV access Lactation Room in Room 130, Warner Hall Space for gender and sexuality based programming and support; this includes our LGBTQ+ and women populations FOR MORE INFORMATION Doyle Center for Gender and Sexuality | Room 136, Warner Hall 608.342.1453 |

Office of Multicultural Student Affairs The mission of the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs is to support retention and academic attainment for African American, Native American, Latinx, and Asian American students. Our goal is to help these underrepresented minority students successfully navigate higher education, seek leadership opportunities, and prepare for their professional and educational futures. Visit OMSA for any of the following: • • • • •

Meet with an auxiliary advisor Discover opportunities to become more involved on campus or within our office Learn about scholarship, internship, and resume-building opportunities Meet other students on campus and join the OMSA community Get assistance in finding out what resources on campus can be most helpful to you FOR MORE INFORMATION Office of Multicultural Student Affairs | Room 133, Warner Hall 608.342.1555 | 13

FINDING SUPPORT AND BUILDING COMMUNITY Services for Students with Disabilities Services for Students with Disabilities’ mission is to assist students with disabilities in obtaining reasonable academic and nonacademic accommodations as well as auxiliary aids. We work with students, faculty, and staff to ensure assessment of students’ abilities, not their disabilities. We review documentation and meet with students to determine appropriate accommodations. We also work closely with various departments and offices across campus to ensure accessibility. The purpose of academic accommodations is not to ensure success, but provide access and equal opportunity. Some of the accommodations provided at UW-Platteville are: • • • • • • • • •

Assistive technology Document conversion, such as books in audio or electronic format and print enlargement Notetaking accommodations Recorded lectures Preferential seating Sign Language interpreter Adaptive equipment Captioning Testing accommodations

Students looking to request accommodations should do so prior to the start of the semester, so accommodations can be in place when classes start. To begin the process, fill out the online Request for Reasonable Accommodation Form. To ensure you have the correct documentation, please consult the documentation guidelines on SSWD’s website. If you are unsure if you qualify or have enough documentation, please contact SSWD to discuss your situation further. Pioneer Access Orientation is a multi-day pre-orientation program for new students with disabilities that are registered with SSWD. This program helps students become acclimated to the campus, make connections, explore assistive technology, learn campus software programs, and become familiar with campus resources that will help prepare them to be successful at UW-Platteville. FOR MORE INFORMATION Services for Students with Disabilities | Room 0200, Ullsvik Hall 608.342.1818 |


TAKING TIME FOR WELLNESS Dean of Students Office The Dean of Students Office serves as a resource for students, their families, faculty, and staff. We can assist with things such as contacting faculty about class absence, addressing students’ campus concerns, navigating challenging situations, identifying additional support and resources, answering questions about campus policy and procedure, and addressing student academic and behavioral concerns. If you are struggling to find out who can help you on campus or what process you need to follow, we can help you get answers. PREVENTION AND EDUCATION The prevention and education coordinator and trained peer educators are dedicated to providing education and prevention opportunities for the UW-Platteville community to help contribute to a safe, inclusive, and healthy campus. Visit the Prevention and Education portion of the Dean of Students Office website for more information. We encourage all students to review the Student Handbook. FOR MORE INFORMATION Dean of Students Office | Suite 2300, Markee Pioneer Student Center 608.342.1854 |

Student Health Services Student Health Services is a fully staffed clinic with physicians, nurse practitioners, psychiatric nurse practitioner, registered nurses, and medical assistants providing evaluation, testing, and treatment for medical problems, injuries, reproductive health, and preventative care. We value all cultures, backgrounds, genders, and orientations represented in the UW-Platteville community and strive to be a safe and inclusive environment that meets the needs of our diverse student population. We aim to provide high-quality medical, mental health, and prevention services in a multiculturally competent manner that recognizes individual and group differences. Our services are confidential and are provided at little to no cost. Our goal at Student Health Services is to keep students healthy by providing exceptional care so they can focus on academics and succeed. FOR MORE INFORMATION Student Health Services | Room 200, Royce Hall 608.342.1891 |

University Counseling Services University Counseling Services is the primary source of mental health counseling for students on the UW-Platteville campus. Confidential, short-term counseling is provided to assist students with personal, social, developmental, academic, or career concerns related to their education progress, personal growth, and general well-being. We offer a variety of groups and workshops throughout the semester. Counseling services are funded through segregated fees, so you have already paid for the services. We encourage you to take advantage of it. WELLNESS WALK Wellness stations have been placed along several interlocking trails on campus. It is a self-paced activity that emphasizes emotional wellness as an element of overall health. When physical activities are offered in outdoor environments they can facilitate physical and emotional relaxation as well as provide benefit to one’s mood and thoughts. Through the placement of eight stations, the Wellness Walk provides the campus community an activity to strengthen the health of individuals by improving emotional wellness and providing a permanent, structured way to engage in these practices on a regular basis. FOR MORE INFORMATION University Counseling Services | Room 220, Royce Hall 608.342.1865 |


TAKING TIME FOR WELLNESS Campus Recreation Campus Recreation on the UW-Platteville campus—which includes the Pioneer Activity Center, Outdoor Recreation, and Intramurals—helps students, faculty, staff, and community members be more active and achieve a healthier lifestyle. PIONEER ACTIVITY CENTER The Pioneer Activity Center is the athletics, recreation, and health and human performance hub of campus. Students, faculty, staff, and community members can come to enhance their level of health and fitness to achieve a healthier lifestyle. The facility has a multitude of activity spaces throughout the on-campus complex for open recreation, varsity sports, intramurals, and classes. The swimming pool, walking track, basketball, volleyball, tennis, and racquetball courts create opportunities for social engagement and physical well-being. An 18,000 square foot strength facility, cardio loft, and exercise studio space allows patrons to participate in our wellness initiatives and achieve their fitness goals. Enrolled students who have paid segregated fees may use the PAC at no additional charge. CAMPUS RECREATION ON-THE-GO Using Campus Recreation just got easier, with our mobile app that will let you manage everything from membership to reservations, and more. Download our Campus Recreation Mobile App and stay connected on the go. • • • • •

Use your phone to access PAC during business hours Get quick access to alerts and information Renew locker rentals Reserve Racquetball Courts Reserve Lap Swim Times



FOR MORE INFORMATION Pioneer Activity Center | Williams Fieldhouse 608.342.1277 |


TAKING TIME FOR WELLNESS OUTDOOR RECREATION The Outdoor Recreation department is your one stop shop for everything outdoors. Whether you need to rent equipment, want help planning an outing, or are looking for resource guides, our experienced staff is ready to assist you on your next adventure, big or small. Outdoor Recreation services: • Equipment rental • Campfire rental • Resource library: maps, guide books, instruction and periodicals, Platteville Trail Map • Equipment purchasing advice • Trips and clinics • Skills training FOR MORE INFORMATION Outdoor Recreation | Williams Fieldhouse 608.342.6100 |

INTRAMURAL SPORTS Intramural Sports are one of the popular extracurricular activities on the UW-Platteville campus making them a great way to meet new people or reconnect with friends. Intramural Sports offer a wide range of opportunities to continue playing sports you have grown to love or experience new sports and activities you have never tried before. While programming is subject to change, some exciting intramurals offered include: • Softball • Soccer • Volleyball • Basketball • Dodgeball • Football • Disc golf • Badminton • Racquetball FOR MORE INFORMATION Pioneer Activity Center | Williams Fieldhouse 608.342.1277 |


USING CAMPUS SERVICES Parking Parking on the UW-Platteville campus is regulated through the entire calendar year. A parking permit is required in all university parking lots. Signs are located by each parking lot entrance designating the type of permit required. UW-Platteville parking permits will be available mid-July. Permits are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Please do not wait until school starts to purchase your permit. Your license plate is your parking permit on campus. It is the driver’s responsibility to ensure that the correct license plate is registered with the permit. Student parking permits allow students to register up to two license plates on their permit; however, only one vehicle can be parked on campus at a time. PURCHASE A PERMIT For purchasing a permit, you’ll use the Parking Portal.


The ParkMobile Pay by Plate service is available to visitors for daily and hourly parking.


Prices are subject to change

Duration valid


Residence Hall

Commuter Motorcycle/Moped
















ParkMobile (Lots 9, 22, 27)

$1.20/hr. $1.20/hr.

(up to five per week)


ParkMobile Daily (See parking map) ParkMobile EV Charging Stalls (Lots 30, 33)*


$4 $1.20/hr. $4




$4/hr. *Coming fall 2022

FOR MORE INFORMATION University Police | Room 135, Brigham Hall 608.342.1584 | 18

USING CAMPUS SERVICES Transportation Public transportation, walking, and bicycling are great ways to get around Platteville and UW-Platteville. You can do your part to help the environment, while using convenient and reliable ways to get around. UW-Platteville partners with the city of Platteville to provide affordable, sustainable transportation options in our community that allow our students to come to campus without needing a personal vehicle. The Platteville Public Bus operates six days per week on a fixed schedule, and all UW-Platteville students ride free with their Campus Card. Shared-ride taxi service is available seven days per week. Students with disabilities may contact Services for Students with Disabilities to obtain a voucher for the taxi. Our Transportation website provides information about regional busing. FOR MORE INFORMATION Transportation | Room 308, Royce Hall 608.342.7244 |

Campus Card The Campus Card is your official UW-Platteville identification. Your Campus Card grants you access to many things on campus. You’ll always want to keep it handy and take good care of it. If you lose it, there is a replacement fee for a new one.


Taking your picture and receiving your Campus Card will be part of your On-Campus Orientation experience. If you are not attending an On-Campus Orientation experience, you will be able to take your photo and receive your Campus Card when you arrive to campus for Welcome Weekend.


WHAT YOU CAN USE YOUR CAMPUS CARD FOR • Printing on campus • Entering secured labs and residence hall • Checking out textbooks and library books • Paying textbook fees • Participating in Dining Plans and using Campus Cash • Purchasing food at all dining locations • Picking up financial aid and payroll checks • Paying for laundry machines in residence halls • Using the Pioneer Activity Center • Attending concerts, athletic events, and other campus events • Verifying your identification at various locations on campus eACCOUNTS eAccounts, is an online app to monitor your Dining Dollar Plan, Campus Cash, PAC membership, and other university-related accounts. It allows you to: • • • • • •

Check your Dining Dollar and Campus Cash account balance Make a deposit to your Dining Dollar or Campus Cash account Permit your family or friends to make a deposit to your Dining Dollar or Campus Cash account Check where you have used your Dining Dollar Plan or Campus Cash Use the free app to view your balances from your phone Suspend the use of your Campus Card if you have lost it FOR MORE INFORMATION Dining and Campus Card Office | Suite 1313, Markee Pioneer Student Center 608.342.1404 |


USING CAMPUS SERVICES Textbook Center The textbook rental program is a unique and important way that we make a degree affordable to you. The Textbook Center provides books and other formats of course materials that you are required to have for your classes. Students pay a semester rental fee for the use of textbooks. The semester fee is the same whether you require four or 24 books. If you are a part-time student, or attending a shorter session, the fee is prorated per course credit. BOOK PICKUP • Electronically sign the Textbook Rental Agreement in your PASS account, which is available beginning early August. • Print or screenshot your textbook list. • Bring your textbook list and Campus Card to the Textbook Center during pickup hours. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION • Returning books works just the opposite. To avoid late fees or being charged for a book, materials must be returned by the last day of the semester. To avoid additional charges your textbooks must be returned in good condition. • The Textbook Center will use your campus email to communicate with you. Please make sure to check for email notices weekly before and after the semester begins or ends. This is when notices go out about unreturned books or changes in our procedures. FOR MORE INFORMATION Textbook Center | Room 029, Doudna Hall 608.342.1265 |

Information Technology Services ITS HELP DESK The ITS Help Desk provides exceptional computer service and support to the faculty, staff, and students at all three UW-Platteville campuses. We accomplish this by providing timely responses to calls and requests, a knowledgeable staff, courteous and professional service, and a reliable first point of contact. ITS Help Desk services include but are not limited to: • • • • •

Password resets Access requests Software and hardware issues Phishing remediation Equipment checkout

ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY When you activated your UW-Platteville account, you agreed to the Acceptable Use Policy. The Acceptable Use Policy includes topics such as copyright laws, spamming/hacking, and other criminal offenses. Review the policy here. SOFTWARE AND COMPUTER RECOMMENDATIONS UW-Platteville students are eligible for free software downloads for Microsoft Office applications. ITS does not provide a computer buying or leasing program at this time. Students interested in purchasing a computer will need to purchase them directly from a vendor; however, many manufacturers offer discounts to students. Students also have access to multiple computer labs with printers on campus. Choosing a computer involves many factors, including personal preference, budget, and needs. ITS cannot recommend one particular product over another. We do, however, provide useful links to help you in your decision-making for computers and other hardware. The ITS FAQ provides general guidelines for purchasing computers and other equipment, as well as information on cell phone service. FOR MORE INFORMATION ITS Help Desk | First floor, Karrmann Library 608.342.1400 | Canvas Support 20

USING CAMPUS SERVICES The Office of the Registrar The Office of the Registrar is responsible for a variety of functions within the university. We are proud to be a point of contact for our new, current, and former students. We ensure the accuracy, integrity, and security of the academic records of the university. In addition, we facilitate and support student admission, enrollment, retention, and graduation in many ways. You can request the following services and resources from the Office of the Registrar: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Academic calendar Academic catalog (2022–23 catalog available in late July) Changing your major, minor, and/or advisor Classroom reservations (for student organizations and other non-academic usage) Confirming academic eligibility for student athletes Course schedule Enrollment forms, including Course Add and Drop, Overload, Repeat, and more Enrollment verifications (for external scholarships, insurance purposes, or other needs) Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Final exam schedule Guest access to your student record (for a parent of third-party) Preferred name changes (to use a preferred first and/or middle name different from your legal name) Registration Reporting enrollment to the National Student Clearinghouse (for student loans and degree verifications) Questions related to academic standing and academic appeals Questions related to academic policies and student records Transcript requests Voter Enrollment Document

Our office is committed to providing excellent customer service as we support our students throughout their educational journey. FOR MORE INFORMATION Office of the Registrar | Room 101, Brigham Hall 608.342.1321 |


STAYING SAFE ON CAMPUS University Police The mission of UW-Platteville University Police is to maintain a safe and secure environment for learning, working, and personal growth, while providing assistance to a culturally enriched and diverse population. The safety and well-being of students, employees, and the public is at the top of our priorities. Our police officers are staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. These officers are sworn in State of Wisconsin Law Enforcement Officers with the same training and certifications as your local police or sheriff’s department. UW-Platteville prioritizes sending notifications quickly to students and staff when there is an emergency or crime alert. Currently, the university utilizes the following methods to reach students and staff: • • • • •

Pioneer Alerts Building public address system University email University website Various social media pages

There are also many tools provided to maintain a safe environment. PIONEER ALERTS Pioneer Alerts is our text and email notification system. All students are automatically enrolled in this program unless they opt out. Parents and guardians can also receive these notifications via text and email. The student will have to enroll the parent or guardian under their Pioneer Alert account. EMERGENCY CALL BOXES Emergency call boxes are radios that operate on the University Police radio frequency. When the “Push for Help” button is pressed, all on-duty police officers monitoring the University Police frequency, including the Platteville Police and Grant County Sheriff’s Department, receive the announcement providing the location of the activated call box alarm. Police response to the alarm does not rely on the caller’s ability to provide information on their location or ability to speak. NIGHTLOCK LOCKDOWN University Police and Facilities have collaborated to install barricade devices in classrooms and labs throughout campus. There is a wall-mounted clear box with a piece that can be removed and inserted into the floor, allowing anyone inside a classroom to quickly and easily barricade the door from within. FOR MORE INFORMATION University Police | Room 135, Brigham Hall 608.342.1584 | ADDITIONAL CONTACTS City of Platteville Police Department | 608.348.2313 Grant County Sheriff’s Office | 608.723.2157

Reporting a Concern If a concern were to arise during your time as a student, we encourage you to review the Reporting a Concern website and consider reporting your concern via the appropriate link. This site provides students, faculty, and staff a way to identify the appropriate reporting avenue and link to that resource. For concerns not listed on this reporting page, or questions about the best place to submit a concern, please contact the Dean of Students Office. FOR MORE INFORMATION Dean of Students Office | Suite 2300, Markee Pioneer Student Center 608.342.1854 |


STAYING SAFE ON CAMPUS ITS safety and security Your campus username and password is the key to all your personal information including your grades, financial information, Canvas, email, and more. Treat your password like your toothbrush – never share your campus password with anyone, even your parents. You can grant your parents or family members guest access to your PASS account so they can support you and access relevant information without knowing your password. ITS will never ask for your username and password – not in an email, form, or link. If you are having trouble logging into a system, ITS will ask you to log in first. Stay sharp and be thoughtful about emails that might be suspicious. If you’re not sure, forward any suspicious messages to The password you set up for your UW-Platteville account is good for 180 days before you will be asked to update it. You will receive three plain text email reminders prior to the password expiring. To keep your physical devices safe on campus, ITS recommends using locks for your laptop and never leave your belongings unattended. In case your devices are stolen, make sure you have information like the make, model, serial number, and MAC address recorded somewhere safe. We recommend installing antivirus software on your devices. FOR MORE INFORMATION ITS Help Desk | First floor, Karrmann Library 608.342.1400 |


SUCCEEDING ACADEMICALLY Academic Support Programs The mission of Academic Support Programs is to equip students for academic success by providing innovative learning strategies and connections to campus resources. ASP offers a comprehensive range of services for UW-Platteville students supported through your tuition. These no-cost services include: •

Academic advising and academic coaching – students work with professional staff to discuss degree planning, course selection, and overall strategies to be successful in college. First Year Experience – the transition to college can be overwhelming for any student. Our First Year Experience program offers opportunities for students to develop new skills and strategies to be successful, both personally and academically. Tutoring and writing assistance – our trained peer tutors can help students in many courses to increase content understanding and academic confidence. Successful students are hired as peer tutors every semester in a wide variety of subject areas. Testing Center – the Testing Center supports UW-Platteville students and instructors by offering testing accommodations and other related services. Peer Mentor Program – our friendly Peer Mentors support first year and transfer students in their transition to college life and the campus community.

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Our services can help all students. Whether you are a student who was successful in high school but are struggling with the transition to college level courses, or a student who is doing well and wants to increase confidence, we are here to support your academic success. Learning to ask for help is one of the most important skills you’ll need to develop in order to be successful in college.

Navigate Student Navigate Student is a success tool available on desktop or mobile app. Using Navigate Student, you can make appointments with tutoring services, the writing center, and many academic advisors and coaches. You can access information about campus resources, opt into the Study Buddies list, and view your course schedule. We will send you timely and relevant information based on your interests. Students can use this QR code to download Navigate Student mobile app, or you can access the desktop version from the Pioneer Portal.

FOR MORE INFORMATION Academic Support Programs | Seventh floor, Pioneer Tower 608.342.1081 |



EMS Student Success Programs

The Karrmann Library is a hub for information on the UW-Platteville campus. Books, government publications, periodicals, newspapers, and other serial titles can be found in the library’s collections. In addition, the library offers electronic books, ejournals, and extensive databases. Patrons who cannot find what they need within the UW System may use Interlibrary loan, which provides access to materials around the world.

The College of Engineering, Mathematics, and Science provides academic resources to students within the College of EMS. Student Success Programs has a center in Sesquicentennial Hall that is a welcoming, inclusive space designed to foster a positive, collaborative learning environment. The College of EMS Center for Projects, Opportunities, Instruction, Networking and Teamwork, or CenterPOINT, is a space designed to support your academic success. It’s a great place to meet your classmates for group project meetings, study between classes, meet with a tutor or professor, use a computer, or find out about college-specific events and programs, and more. Stop in and take advantage of the great resources CenterPOINT has to offer. There are also campus job opportunities where you can be a tour guide for the College or work in CenterPOINT and help support the programming for the College of EMS students and pre-college students.

The librarians at Karrmann Library are skilled in helping sort through countless electronic and printed resources to find just what you need, within library walls and around the world. Librarians can help you choose topics for research, narrow your focus according to your needs, and find and critically evaluate electronic and printed materials. FOR MORE INFORMATION Karrmann Library 608.342.1668 |

Math Learning Center The Mathematics Learning Center is a walk-in tutoring service where all tutors are capable math students in their third or fourth year of study. They can assist you with questions on homework and provide clarification on concepts. We provide a comfortable, quiet space for individual and group study where technology and resource textbooks are available to support work. Mathematics faculty offices are located near the MLC for easy access for asking questions of your professors. FOR MORE INFORMATION Mathematics Department | Third floor, Gardner Hall 608.342.1948 |

FOR MORE INFORMATION EMS Student Success Programs Room 355, Sesquicentennial Hall 608.342.7342 |

Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Program The Women in STEM Program is vibrant and engaging STEM community for women in all STEM majors on campus. The WiSTEM Program is here to provide a supportive community with mentoring, friendships, and role-modeling from STEM faculty and industry members. You can get involved in our many events through the WiSTEM Living Learning Community, Peer Mentor Program, Professional Mentor Program or attend the annual Women in STEM Banquet. The program also offers volunteer opportunities through pre-college programs to get more young girls interested in STEM. Looking for a campus job? Consider working for our programs as student assistant, mentor or tour guide. You can also hang out in the Women in STEM Mentor Center in Sesquicentennial Hall to meet other women in STEM majors. The center is a great place to study and is equipped with dual monitor computers, printers, a collaboration station and more. Go to the Women in STEM program website to learn more about how you can be involved in the WiSTEM Program. FOR MORE INFORMATION Women in STEM Program | Room 250, Sesquicentennial Hall 608.342.7137 |


GETTING INVOLVED Involvement opportunities and student organizations Getting involved through student organizations, fraternity and sorority life, and student governance is a great way to meet people who share similar interests as you. 80% of students are involved with at least one organization on campus. Involvement leads to impressive leadership experiences, connects you with the community, adds to your resume, and enriches your life. In addition to making friends, getting involved on campus can build lifelong skills. Join two clubs to see if they are for you. We recommend one career- or major-focused organization and one just for fun. Information about the 200+ student organizations and campus events can be found on PioneerLink, an online engagement tool. If you can’t find something that interests you, contact the Pioneer Involvement Center to start your own organization. After classes get started, members of student organizations will be excited to connect with potential new members at the Involvement Fair on The Markee West Lawn.

Fraternity and sorority life Joining a fraternity or sorority is a great way to enhance the collegiate experience by providing opportunities to develop important academic and leadership skills, as well as a strong sense of belonging. Members cultivate lifelong friendships and are involved with both the campus and community. These students serve the community by volunteering their time and energy. All fraternity and sorority organizations were founded on the principles of brotherhood and sisterhood and nurturing positive personal development. Learn more about each chapter on PioneerLink. FOR MORE INFORMATION Pioneer Involvement Center | Suite 1329, Markee Pioneer Student Center 608.342.1075 |


GETTING INVOLVED Campus Programming and Relations Campus Programming and Relations is the student-run programming board for UW-Platteville. CPR’s programs, activities, and events offer a fun atmosphere in between your homework and classes. CPR aims to provide the campus with both large- and small-scale events ranging from comedians to Dollar Movie Night. Stay up to date on upcoming events through social media. Events to look forward to this fall: • • • • • • • • •

BINGO Trivia Guided Painting Kickball Tournament Dollar Movie Night Build-a-Buddy Kalahari Waterpark Trip Dollar Bowling Night Dogs on Campus FOR MORE INFORMATION Campus Programming and Relations | Pioneer Involvement Center, Markee Pioneer Student Center 608.342.1497 |


WELCOME WEEKEND Welcome Weekend is a celebration of all our new Pioneers, focusing on: • • •

Getting you settled into the campus environment Providing information you need to start the semester Lots of fun and exciting activities that will help you get engaged with campus life and develop your own community

For the most up-to-date schedule, visit the Welcome Weekend website. OTHER ACTIVITIES YOU CAN EXPLORE • Play disc golf – we have a disc golf course on campus. Get a team together for some fun and games. • Explore the campus Wellness Walk – The Wellness Walk officially launched last year. Check it out and use it as one of your tools to stay well. • Do some self-guided Platteville Main Street exploration – see the Platteville Community Guide that was waiting for you in your room and walk or bike to Platteville Main Street. The local businesses from the Platteville Regional Chamber would love to see you. • Hike or bike out to the “M” and walk the steps – Take on this tradition that holds a special place in the hearts of the Pioneer community. • Try out Platteville’s local hiking, biking and running trails – Another way to get familiar with the city of Platteville is to take advantage of the extensive system of trails the community has to offer. • Use Platteville public transportation for any trips to local merchants for those forgotten items.


RESOURCE INDEX Academic Support Programs | Seventh floor, Pioneer Tower 608.342.1081 |

Karrmann Library 608.342.1668 |

Athletics Department | Williams Fieldhouse 608.342.1567 |

Math Learning Center | Mathematics Department | Third floor, Gardner Hall 608.342.1948 |

Admissions Office | Suite 1300, Ullsvik Hall 608.342.1125 |

Office of Multicultural Student Affairs | Room 133, Warner Hall 608.342.1555 |

Behavioral Review and Recommendation Team 608.342.1854 |

Office of the Registrar | First floor, Brigham Hall 608.342.1321 |

Campus Climate | Room 113, Warner Hall 608.342.6179 |

Outdoor Recreation | Williams Fieldhouse 608.342.6100 |

Campus Programming and Relations Pioneer Involvement Center, Markee Pioneer Student Center 608.342.1497 |

Pioneer Activity Center | Williams Fieldhouse 608.342.1577 |

Career and Professional Development Office | Room 0200, Ullsvik Hall 608.342.1183 | Cashier’s Office | Second floor, Brigham Hall 608.342.1211 | Center for the Arts 608.342.1298 College of Business, Industry, Life Science and Agriculture Room 166, Pioneer Tower | 608.342.1547 | College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science | Room 100, Ottensman Hall 608.342.1561 | College of Liberal Arts and Education | Room160, Gardner Hall 608.342.1151 | Dean of Students Office | Suite 2300, Markee Pioneer Student Center 608.342.1854 | Dining and Campus Card Office | Suite 1313, Markee Pioneer Student Center 608.342.1404 | |

Pioneer Involvement Center | Suite 1329, Markee Pioneer Student Center 608.342.1075 | pic@uwplatt.du Pioneer Provisions | Northeast entrance, Glenview Commons Residence Life | Room 120, Royce Hall 608.342.1845 | Services for Students with Disabilities | Room 0200, Ullsvik Hall 608.342.1818 | Sexual Violence Victims Advocate | Room 226, Royce Hall 608.778.9802 | Student Employment, Human Resources | Suite 2300, Ullsvik Hall 608.342.1174 | Student Health Services | Room 200, Royce Hall 608.342.1891 | Textbook Center | Room 029, Doudna Hall 608.342.1265 | TRIO Student Support Services | Room 103, Warner Hall 608.342.1816 |

Doyle Center for Gender and Sexuality | Room 136, Warner Hall 608.342.1453 |

University Counseling Services | Room 220, Royce Hall 608.342.1865 |

EMS Student Success Programs | Room 355, Sesquicentennial Hall 608.342.7342 |

University Bias Incident Team 608.342.6152 |

Financial Aid | Fifth floor, Pioneer Tower 608.342.1836 |

University Bookstore | Markee Pioneer Student Center 608.342.1486

Information Center | Markee Pioneer Student Center 608.342.1491 |

University Police | Parking | Room 135, Brigham Hall 608.342.1584 |

ITS Help Desk | First floor, Karrmann Library 608.342.1400 |

Women in STEM Program | Room 250, Sesquicentennial Hall 608.342.1593 |

International Programs | Room 139, Doudna Hall | 608.342.1726 Education Abroad | International Student and Scholar Services |

Wright Center for Non-Traditional and Veteran Students | Room 322, Royce Hall 608.342.7576 |







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Royce Hall



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Glenview Commons



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Ullrich Hall

Pickard Hall

Williams Fieldhouse

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Engineering Hall

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Rountree Commons

Greenhouse Complex



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Parking Lot Guide for UW-Platteville

Bridgeway Commons


College Drive, Greenwood Avenue, and University Plaza require a current UW-Platteville permit for daytime parking. This includes day or hourly permit. A residence hall permit is required to park between 2–6 a.m.

See UW-Platteville Parking Regulations at for detailed information on lot types and restrictions.