Lubar Undergraduate

Dual Expectations
The faculty, professional academic staff, and students participating in the School’s Black and Gold Committee are taking a lead role in exploring and developing new ways to ensure that the quality of the student experience in the Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business is enhanced. They have developed and endorsed the following dual expectations:

A UWM business student . . .

  • is to be treated with respect.
  • is to treat others with respect.
  • expects university policies and procedures to be clearly communicated and easily understood.
  • is expected to follow these policies, procedures and guidelines.
  • is to have access to evening as well as daytime student service office hours.
  • is expected to access these services in a timely manner.
  • is to have access to accurate advising.
  • is expected to follow that advice.
  • is to have access to sound career counseling.
  • is expected to develop a personal/professional resume by the senior year.
  • is to have access to quality instruction and a commitment from the faculty to the student’s learning experience.
  • is expected to attend each and every class, having done the required outside-of-class work necessary to contribute to classroom discussions and to contribute to his/her own academic success.
  • expects that instructors and teaching assistants keep set office hours.
  • is expected to utilize those office hours.
  • expects assistance from the Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business in developing a plan for success as a student.
  • is expected to work with his/her academic advisor to identify factors that may interfere with his/her academic progress.
  • expects to meet and work with people of many different backgrounds and orientations, from different kinds of organizations, functions, etc.
  • is expected take advantage of this diversity.
  • expects to have opportunities to be connected to a professional network.
  • is expected to choose opportunities to “connect” to School of Business professional organizations.
  • expects all UWM staff to know campus referral sites for health/harassment/safety questions.
  • is expected to avail themselves of these services in a timely manner.

Endorsed by the School of Business Black & Gold Committee

May 2004