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What is cpr?

You wake up, go to class, eat lunch, study, and...then what? That’s where Campus Programming and Relations comes in. CPR is the student-run programming board of UW-Platteville. We’re responsible for offering you, the student, a fun atmosphere in between your homework and classes. We aim to provide the campus with both large and small-scale events ranging from comedians to dollar movie nights.

We host a wide variety of events. Whether you enjoy catching a movie or showcasing your talents in front of your peers, CPR will be sure to host an event that attracts you! If you have an event idea or need help putting on your own event, CPR can help!  We have a program fund set up to help student organizations put on their own event!  Check out our Funding Request tab on the top of the page to learn more!




Homecoming Meeting TImes

Join CPR at the homecoming planning meetings this semester!  Give your input on past events, events we should put on in the future, and overall homecoming rules.  Meetings only take about an hour in the Markee and are extremely helpful to homecoming.  Also, your organization can host a game or event and earn first place points!  What a great deal!  Meeting times are listed below.  If you have any questions contact CPR@uwplatt.edu.

  • 2/19 at 6 p.m
  • 3/19 at 6 p.m.
  • 4/23 at 6 p.m.


CPR is hiring

Do you want a creative and dynamic job while on campus?  Do you want to work with a close-knit group of motivated students?  If you have answered yes to both of these questions apply for CPR today!  You can find applications here!  Applications are April 2 at 12 p.m. to the CPR office or to cpr@uwplatt.edu.  You can also find applications in the CPR office in the PIC located in the Markee.   


Mission Statement

Campus Programming and Relations offers diverse educational, cultural, social, and recreational entertainment programs as a part of the broad curriculum at UW-Platteville. Program needs are accessed, planned, promoted, implemented, and evaluated to support the campus curriculum. Student-staff facilitate these objectives to create programs in community engagement, music features, movies, current issues, homecoming, pioneer adventures, Platteville after dark, and special events. These events offer a rich variety of activities for students, staff, faculty, alumni, and guests.




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