Looking for a microwave for your lunch? How about a computer lab with printing or a lactation room? Our friends in the Transfer Transition Program made this great map for you to use!
The resources and student organizations on this list are available to help with food insecurity at no cost to all students. There is no requirement to prove need or affiliation with the listed groups.
Identity and Inclusion
Find a community in identity-based spaces and resources.
There are numerous opportunities to get involved on and off campus.
University Health Services
University Health Services (UHS) provides many services free of charge.
Dean of Students Office
The Dean of Students Office provides resources to students struggling with a variety of issues.
Students with Children
The Office of Child Care and Family Resources offers services and information for students who are parents.
Tutoring & Learning Services
UW-Madison has many free tutoring and learning support services on campus. You may also be eligible for private tutoring funds through your federal GI Bill.