The College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science Student Success Programs encourage students to connect to campus resources and to each other. Your education is collaborative, and the network surrounding you enhances your experience. Department members work closely with corporate partners to assist in career and job attainment support. Corporate partners understand how their sponsorship can make a difference in your education.
The College of EMS Center for Projects, Opportunities, Instruction, Networking, and Teamwork (CenterPOINT) is a space designed to support your academic success. It's a great place to meet your classmates for group project meetings, study between classes, meet with a tutor or professor, learn about upcoming events and programs, and more.
The Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, and Science (WiSTEM) Program at UW-Platteville educates and engages students, parents, and all educators on gender diversity in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields in order to create a more diverse, competitive, and balanced workforce. The Women in STEM Program creates a supportive community where women prosper.
Academic Advisors and Coaches are available to assist you with many academic topics. Depending upon your academic status, you will be assigned an Advisor in Academic Support Programs or a faculty advisor. Your advisor can assist you with advance registration, degree progress checks, academic planning, course and major selection, career and internship exploration, academic coaching, success skills (like time management and test taking skills) and locating and using campus resources. They can also help you with transitioning to college by sharing appropriate campus resources.
K-12 STEM Outreach
College of EMS Student Success Program staff and faculty participate in a variety of K-12 outreach programming such as the STEM Expo, STEM Power!, Women in STEM Program K-12 outreach, STEM Discovery, and Pre-College Academy.
Student Employment Opportunities
The Student Success Programs department employs many students who assist with special projects, provide tours to prospective students, develop resources for K-12 outreach, and collaborate with faculty, staff, and students across campus. There are many opportunities for developing new skills and gaining valuable work experience. Current students can view the latest student employment postings on HandShake.