The Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is home to variety of resources, services, and training opportunities. Additional details can be found within the individual DEI departments and offices.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Division-Wide Resources

Are you looking for resources and academic counseling for graduate school?
The Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program, also called the McNair Scholars Program, is designed to help undergraduate students who are low income, first generation, and underrepresented to achieve their goal of earning a doctoral degree.

Are you looking for educational resources, programs, and training surrounding issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion?
The Department of Campus Climate offers a number of training opportunities for students, staff, faculty, and the community—including customized training—to meet your needs.

Are you looking for resources or programming related to gender and/or sexuality?
The Patricia A. Doyle Center for Gender and Sexuality provides an equitable space for anyone in the campus community regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, and/or biological sex.

Are you looking for scholarships, activities and other opportunities specifically designed to support racially diverse students at UW-Platteville?
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) supports retention and academic attainment for African-American, Native American, Latinx, and Asian-American students. OMSA offers opportunities to meet with auxiliary advisors; become more engaged on campus and learn about scholarship, internship, and resume-building opportunities; and more.

Are you looking for support services including academic advising, mentoring, tutoring, or help understanding financial aid packages?
TRIO Student Support Services is a federally funded program that provides a variety of free support services and opportunities to engage in social/cultural activities to first-generation students, income-eligible students, and students with a documented disability in order to help them become successful graduates.

Are you an international student or scholar, looking for information and services in support of the federal immigration regulations that govern F-1 and J-1 visa holders and maintaining legal status? Or, are you seeking education abroad opportunities?
The International Programs Office serves as a resource for U.S. and international faculty, staff, and students seeking international education opportunities.

Are you looking for resources and assistance for obtaining academic and non-academic accommodations for students with documented disabilities?
The Disability Access Center works with students, faculty, and staff to review documentation, determine appropriate accommodations, and coordinate with various departments and offices across campus to ensure accessibility. 

Are you a veteran or non-traditional student seeking a space on campus to study, meet, or network with similar students?
The Wright Center for Non-Traditional and Veteran Students offers a dedicated space for these students, in addition to programming and events, and assistance and resources for veterans. The Wright Center provides our campus expertise and processes all veteran educational benefits.