Resources for your first year at Parkside
New Student Orientation is your first step in your Ranger experience! Below, you’ll see today’s sessions listed. In each folder, contact information for the office is listed as well as a copy of their presentation materials. Feel free to follow along as you go throughout your day!
Letting Grow (guests)
One Parkside One Community (students)
We are all apart of #RangerNation! This presentation will talk more about student expectations and diversity, equity, and inclusion at Parkside.
Paying for College: Financial Aid & Scholarships (guests & students)
Living On Campus (guests & students)
Make Parkside your home. Representatives from Housing & Residence Life, Campus Dining, and the University Bookstore chat about how.
Living Off Campus (Guests & Students)
Our Orientation Leader coordinators chat about ways to stay engaged as a commuter student, commuter dining plans, and information on the University Bookstore!
Campus Health & Safety (Guests & Students)
Learn more about the services offered to students by Student Health, Counseling, and Accessibility Services and the University Police.
Info Sessions (Guests & Students)
Choose your own adventure and learn more about the different campus resources offered at UW-Parkside! You will be able to attend two sessions, but don’t worry – all six offices will be at the resource fair.
Office of Multicultural Student Affairs Presentation
262-595-2731 | email@example.com | uwp.edu/omsa
Preparing for Advising (Students)
Resource Fair (Guests & Students)
Working on campus is one of the most flexible jobs you can find. Learn who hires and how to apply.
Student Engagement & Connection
Get plugged into events and activities, student organizations, leadership, and personal skill development.
Dining and Student Center
The Student Center is home to the Brickstone Grill & Eatery, Encore (coffee!), The Den, The Cinema, the Bookstore, and Educators Credit Union.
The residential experience at Parkside is designed to help you through personal connection, academic support, and opportunities to be involved on campus.
Around the clock, we serve campus by responding to and preventing crime, promoting a safe environment, and enforcing the law.
Student Health, Counseling, and Accessibility Services
Our mission is to provide high-quality care for the physical, emotional, and mental health needs of students.
Community & Business Engagement
Connect with community organizations through faculty-led projects. Learn about courses and how to enroll.
We connect, empower, and develop students for success through cultural programming, academic workshops, and mentoring.
Educators Credit Union
Visit the Educators Credit Union staff at this location for a full list of services to help you manage your finances and meet your financial goals.
The Library houses a collection of over 356,000 volumes, 11,000 audio visual titles, over 100,000 electronic books, and maintains subscriptions to 1200 periodicals and access to over 200 databases.
Advising and Career Center
Our team of advisors help you connect your academic path with your career goals. They are with you every step of the way.
Trained, faculty-recommended tutors and academic success coaches help you discover your full potential with tutoring and success resources.
LGBTQ Resource Center
We are a safe, inclusive, and comfortable place on campus for LGBTQ and Allied students, faculty, staff, and community.
Army Reserve Officers Training Corps . With physical training, field exercises and weekend-long events, you will develop physically and mentally and leave college as an Officer in the United States Army.
Provides services and support for our military and veteran students and family members.
Net Cost Calculator
We know that costs are an important part of your college planning process. Our cost calculator will give you an estimate of costs for either one semester or the academic year. The estimate is based on full time enrollment (12-18 credit hours) for an undergraduate* program. The estimate does not include course specific fees, like lab fees and online fees, or course related materials and books.
As a new student to UW-Parkside, put ‘YES’ for the New Student Fee.
*Not all undergraduate programs are included in this estimate. Students in designated online programs like Business (BUSO or FLEX), and collaborative programs (HIMT, SMGT, AAS) are charged different rates. View the Tuition and Fees page above for more information about your per credit costs.