Campus Welcomes Two Academic Advisors

Guled Named New Student Life Coordinator
By UW-Washington County

Two academic advisors, Elizabeth (Liz) Schielke and Denise Lorge, have joined the Solution Center team at UW-Washington County. In addition, Fatima (Tima) Guled was named the Student Life and Student Services Events Coordinator.

Elizabeth Schielke
Liz Schielke

Schielke earned a Master of Arts in Higher Education / Student Affairs from Northern Michigan University, and a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Teaching and History from UW-Stevens Point. Prior to this appointment, she worked as an Information Specialist at UW-Waukesha.
Her background also includes serving as a residence life director at Northern Michigan University, where she gained experience in student conduct, student supervision, community building and developing the first year experience.  


Denise Lorge
Denise Lorge

Lorge earned a Master of Arts in Counseling with a Concentration in Higher Education from Lakeland College and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from UW-Parkside. Her experience includes eight years with Herzing University, serving on the Student Services Advising team and as an adjunct instructor facilitating classes in Professional Development. Lorge believes that taking an interest in each student’s growth and success in their educational journey helps instill a support system and a sense of self-worth.


Fatima Guled
Tima Guled

Guled, who has a bachelor of science degree from UW-LaCrosse, joined the UW-WC Solution Center team in spring of 2016 as an Information Specialist. In her new role, she will manage on-campus programming for UW-WC students and serve as an advisor to several student groups.

Both advisors will focus on helping students in the southeast region to be successful in their educational and professional careers. Schielke will be splitting her time between UW-WC and UW-Sheboygan (50% each) while Lorge will split time between UW-WC (25%) and  UW-Waukesha (75%).

UW-WC is one of 14 campuses in the UW Colleges, the UW System’s network of freshman/sophomore campuses. The campus offers an Associate of Arts and Science degree and prepares students of all ages and backgrounds to transfer into baccalaureate and professional programs. With the lowest tuition in the UW System, the campus serves as an affordable access point. For admissions information or to make an appointment, please email or visit 


Sue Bausch, Regional Director of Communications