The mission of the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs is to promote student success, enhance the engagement and leadership capacity of students of color on campus. The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs strives to demonstrate leadership, creativity and vision in supporting the continued development of creating a globally competitive and culturally sensitive student body and campus community.
The purpose of the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs is to assist students of color in the navigation of their undergraduate college career and engage them in high impact practices to enhance their collegiate experience and increase their marketability after degree completion. Specifically, we aim to increase the graduates at UW-Platteville from African American, American Indian, Latinos and Southeast Asian communities.
The UW-Platteville Student of the Month Achievement Award recognizes excellence within our multicultural students on campus. We value academic achievement, campus involvement and leadership roles, and connections to faculty on campus to ensure success. The award will be presented monthly during the academic year.
The selected student will receive a meal with the Chancellor and a faculty member of choice, polo, certificate, feature story and will be highlighted on our "Student of the Month" bulletin board.
If you have further questions after viewing the application, please stop by our office in 133 Warner.
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs houses Pre-College Programming focused on access for under-represented student populations.
The DRIVEN Scholars Program, which utilizes a comprehensive high touch advising model to monitor degree completion progress. DRIVEN Scholars Program provides leadership opportunities and assists students with advocacy in various social, cultural and academic advising needs.
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs also provides programming on campus to assist in the development of an inclusive campus environment and advising and support to student organizations. Student organizations frequently supported are:
131 Warner Hall
8 am - 4:30 pm