The mission of the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs is to support retention and academic attainment for African-American, Native American, Latinx, and Asian-American students. Our goal is to help these underrepresented minority students successfully navigate higher education, seek leadership opportunities, and prepare for their professional and educational futures.
Come visit the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs for any of the following:
- Meet with an auxiliary advisor
- Find out about opportunities to become more involved on campus or within our office
- Learn about scholarship, internship, and resume-building opportunities
- Meet other students on campus and join the OMSA community
- Get assistance in finding out what resources on campus can be most helpful to you
- Get answers to any other questions you may have
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs offers scholarships, activities, and other opportunities for students who have traditionally been underrepresented on our campus.
The Lawton Grant is a University of Wisconsin Systems grant to assist underrepresented students remain and succeed at UW-Platteville. Only Wisconsin residents are eligible for this state-funded grant.
Internship, Co-op, and Other Opportunities
Find internship, co-op and other educational opportunities. Check often; this list is updated as opportunities become available.
Get connected to campus at events offered through the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs.
Learn about scholarship opportunities offered through UW-Platteville, as well as national scholarships.
Funding Assistance for Conferences, Events, and Programming
The Department of Campus Climate is committed to helping support student-lead personal and professional development opportunities, conferences, events, and programs that are focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion. To inquire about partnership and funding opportunities, please reach out to Campus Climate at firstname.lastname@example.org.