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Campus Support Services
The Writing Center is open to all UW-Milwaukee writers, current freshmen through graduate students, staff and faculty. Whether face to face or online in real time, you can meet one on one and confidentially with a qualified tutor to discuss any kind of writing project. All subjects and skill levels are welcome.
Student Success Center
UWM's Student Success Center is intended to help improve your academic performance and college success. Browse the website to learn more about services including: tutoring, supplemental instruction, study groups, and academic resources. The tutors are top students who can help you understand course content and guide you in college study strategies.
Accessibility Resource Center (ARC)
The Accessibility Resource Center at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee is dedicated to providing equal access for students with disabilities to the University’s academic, social, cultural and recreational programs. We provide comprehensive services and accommodations for students with disabilities as well as outreach and support to faculty and staff. The Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) is committed to creating an inclusive and accessible University experience for all students.
- Do I have to be in the Library to use the databases or get articles?
- no - just use Databases A to Z or Search@UW to find what you need, and you will be asked to log-in using your ePanther ID (like you would use for e-mail), so you should be able to access articles from anywhere.
- How do I check out books?
- Books, DVDs, laptops, av equipment, anatomical models, and more can be checked out at either the main circulation desk or the media and reserve desk of the GML or UWM-Waukesha, and UWM-Washington County libraries.
- eBooks are available to access at any time online with an ePanther ID login.
- Where are the best places to study?
- Group study - The Daniel M Soref Learning commons on the main floor of the Golda Meir Library has the Grind, Reserveable group study rooms, and computer labs.
- Quiet study - A designated area for quiet study is on the Second floor in the East wing of the Golda Meir Library. It is in the Music and Curriculum Library.
- Graduate students may reserve carrels with recommendation from their advisor--come to the main circulation desk for a form.
Call DIBS on a Group Meeting Room!
The Daniel M. Soref Learning Commons contains the largest University Information Technology Services computer lab, open 24/5 (Open all hours except for Friday night and Saturday night) (swipe in with your UWM ID after 11PM).
Group study areas are available - schedule a room or have an impromptu meeting by using whiteboards, moveable chairs and/or tables to carve out a temporary group meeting space.
Carrie Wade - Health Sciences Librarian