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Campus Connection

The Office of Student-Athlete Development is dedicated to engaging student-athletes with the greater Madison campus. Check out the campus partners listed below for more information.

Associated Students of Madison (ASM)
Associated Students of Madison is the official student government of UW-Madison representing the needs of over 40,000 students. ASM is a hybrid-model government composed of both a highly active grassroots, volunteer-driven element that advocates for student issues and concerns and a parliamentary structure which facilitates the administrative side of the organization. ASM also actively works with campus administrators on students' behalf, ensuring that the student voice is heard in Bascom Hall. The Office of Student-Athlete Development is connected to ASM as SAAC and SAESO actively partner with ASM on events and projects. For more information about ASM, visit their website at http://www.asm.wisc.edu/.

Career Services
Career service offices offer assistance with resume writing, preparing for a job interview, searching for a job, etc. Each school or college houses career service offices within each of its departments. Workshops and personality assessments are offered through the career service offices. Check with your school or college for referral to any career-planning service available to you. For career services support within the Athletic Department please contact Bridget Woodruff at BRW@athletics.wisc.edu.

Center for First-Year Experience (CFYE)
The Center for the First-Year Experience seeks to understand and improve a student's first year at UW-Madison. We offer a wide variety of programs and opportunities for faculty, staff, graduate students, post docs, and undergraduate students. For more information about the Center for First-Year Experience, visit their website at http://www.newstudent.wisc.edu/.

Center for Leadership and Involvement (CfLI)
The mission of the Center for Leadership and Involvement is to cultivate and engage students through practical leadership skill development and involvement experiences. With a vision of aspiring to be the premier center for integrated leadership development and involvement resources for all students. CfLI is the home for the leadership certificate. The Office of Student-Athlete Development staff works closely with CfLI staff to educate student-athletes on the leadership certificate and applicable student-athlete components. For more information about the Center for Leadership and Involvement, visit their website at http://cfli.wisc.edu/index.htm.

International Academic Programs (Study Abroad)
International Academic Programs (IAP) provides high-quality education abroad opportunities that foster global competence of UW-Madison students and their development as international citizens. IAP plays a central role in the internationalization of UW-Madison and in the development of citizens able to act globally with social responsibility. IAP is a recognized leader in study abroad programs and resources serving the needs of the university community, and through its collaborative efforts, ensures that study abroad is an integral part of the UW-Madison learning experience. The Office of Student-Athlete Development staff works closely with IAP staff to ensure student-athletes are aware of study abroad opportunities that fit their schedules. Additionally, scholarship opportunities are available for student-athletes to study abroad. For more information about the IAP, visit their website at http://www.studyabroad.wisc.edu/.

International Student Services
International Student Services (ISS) serves the needs of international students holding either F or J visas. ISS assists international students in maintaining and achieving the benefits of their visa status while in the United States. All new international students are required by the U.S. federal government to check in with the ISS office upon arrival; this occurs by the student's mandatory participation in International SOAR. At orientation, ISS staff provide an overview of the regulations to which student visa holders are subject, including compliance with the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System. Continuing students are encouraged to utilize the services of the ISS office if they have questions regarding their status. For more information about ISS and the range of services offered, visit their website at www.iss.wisc.edu.

LGBT Campus Center
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Campus Center (LGBTCC) supports the academic mission of the University of Wisconsin-Madison by providing essential resources and services necessary for student success at the university and beyond. The LGBTCC provides support, social, educational, and research services to the campus community. Serving as an open meeting place for all queer students and organizations, the LGBTCC welcomes all who are in need of a place to relax or study. It serves as UW-Madison's first stop for those looking for information about campus LGBT organizations as well as many other concerns of LGBTQA students. The LGBTCC is located on the 2nd floor of the Memorial Union. For more information please visit: www.wisc.edu/lgbt/.

Multicultural Student Center (MSC)
The UW-Madison campus values diversity and the MSC has been providing opportunities by which differences can be celebrated. The MSC focuses its resources on the needs of five designated student of color groups (African American, American Indian, Asian American, Chicano and Puerto Rican). The Multicultural Student Center is a unit of the Division of Student Life and is located on the second floor of the Red Gym, 716 Langdon St. For more information visit their website at www.msc.wisc.edu. The Office of Student-Athlete Development actively partners with the MSC on various events. Contact Andre' Harris at 608-262-6912 for more information.

UW Diversity Resources
For additional information regarding diversity on the UW-Madison campus (i.e.: diversity plans, reports, policies, workshops, forums, etc.) please visit: www.diversity.wisc.edu/.

Campus Women's Center
The Campus Women's Center was founded in 1983 to confront the multiple oppressions woman-identified individuals face. The CWC works toward this goal by providing a variety of support services, educating the campus community on a number of women-centered issues, and serving as a resource and referral center for all students. The CWC affirms and celebrates women's power to create social change by challenging and transforming institutions and relationships that oppress women. For more information please visit: http://win.wisc.edu/organization/campuswomenscenter

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