Relationship/Family Concerns


The UWM Children's Center
(414) 229-5384
2114 E. Kenwood Blvd. Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413
Serves the University with distinction through the provision of high-quality education programs for children and families, UWM students and the professional child development community. Their work transforms the understanding of education to include all children as capable learners, all teachers and families as full partners in the education system and quality programs for children as integral to the success of all communities

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center
414-229-4116
Union WG89
uwm-lgbt@uwm.edu
The LGBT Resource Center connects with various student populations and the community at large by embracing the diversity of campus, increasing awareness and providing resources on LGBT topics. In addition, this entity offers a safe space for LGBT students and their allies.

Life Impact Program

414-229-4431
Mellencamp Hall 104
mycoach@uwm.edu
Helps foster both dialogue and action among institutional and public policy leaders to improve the overall academic, economic, and social success of low-income students with children.

Norris Health Center
414-229-4716
nhc-help@uwm.edu
Medical and Counseling services are provided at low cost, and there is a lab and pharmacy on site at the clinic. Students can call for a routine or same day appointment.

Women’s Resource Center
414-229-2852
Union WG93
wmncntr@uwm.edu
The Women’s Resource Center promotes the success and well-being of UWM students through gender-related education, personal support and advocacy. The WRC provides all students with opportunities for campus involvement and learning, sponsors programs and events, houses a specialized lending library, and works with women students to address their concerns and to achieve their full educational and personal potential at UWM and beyond.