UW-Washington County strives to meet the needs of all our students. Direct questions about accessibility services to the Office of Student Affairs. Visit the accessibility services page on the UW Colleges administrative website to learn more about accessibility services and policies that apply to all UW Colleges campuses.
The UW Colleges Emergency Grant is available to students with an unexpected financial crisis that would cause a student to not complete the term. Expenses such as unexpected medical expenses, car repair, travel expenses for a family emergency and replacement of items due to theft/fire damage. Funds cannot be used for tuition, textbooks, student fees, alcohol or tobacco, groceries, entertainment, legal services, fines or forfeitures resulting from legal violations or ongoing monthly expenses such as; rent, credit card bills, or utilities. No more than two grants per academic year per student, not to exceed $500 total is available. Please contact your the Solution Center for more information.
Health & Wellness
The University provides a range of services to support student health and wellness including alcohol and drug education and mental health services. Students who aren't already covered by a family member's policy are encouraged to sign up for health insurance.
UW-Washington County welcomes adult students. At UW-Washington County, we've helped lots of adults achieve their goals and dreams. Whether you seek a new or enhanced career, want to take a course for intellectual enrichment or something in-between, you can do it and we can help.
Student Affairs Office
The Office of Student Affairs provides comprehensive assistance to prospective and current students in the areas of admission, financial aid, advising, orientation, placement testing, disability services, tutoring services and student activities.
Advisors are available to help students learn about, degree options, majors, academic requirements, and the process of transferring. Help is also available in assessing career goals, planning a return to school, adjusting to academic life, or other areas of concern relevant to beginning or returning to college.
As a UW-Washington County student, you have certain rights and responsibilities respecting your relationship with your fellow students and the University. See the links below for rights and policies that are intended to foster an environment of mutual respect for you and your fellow students and to enhance the educational environment of your campus. You will also find information about federal and state laws, UW System and UW Colleges regulations, policies and procedures that pertain to you and your life on campus.
Please see the Policies section in the UW Colleges Catalog for information about academic policies.
Voting is both a right and a responsibility for an engaged citizen. UW-Washington County encourages everyone to exercise the right to vote.
A photo ID will be required at the polls for upcoming elections. Most UW-Washington County students will still be able to use a Wisconsin driver’s license or State of Wisconsin ID, which already meet voter ID requirements.
Free Voter ID cards can be obtained by UW-Washington County students at the Student Affairs/Solution Center office.
For complete information on voting as a student please check out the University of Wisconsin System Voting Guide.