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Don't get FOMO! Get Navigate. Here are some reasons why.
You're able to focus on what matters through one streamlined app.
The Navigate Student App features:
- Advisor and tutor appointment scheduling
- Your class schedule
- Campus resources
- To-do lists — like registration deadlines, advising reminders, etc.
- Study buddies
- And more!
Get the app
To access the app:
- Search in the app for "Parkside"
- Use the same username and password you use for all your university accounts
- Remember to enable push notifications for updates and reminders!
For those without a smartphone or other mobile device, Navigate is also available on desktops at uwp.navigate.eab.com.
Navigate is only for undergraduate students currently.
We invite you to provide us with feedback on any aspect of your experiences at UW-Parkside to help us better serve our students and employees. Use this form to submit anonymous feedback to the UW-Parkside Office of the Provost. Your personal information will not be collected.
Join a Parkside Choir. Schedule your audition!
Maybe you sang in high school. Maybe you're new to choir. Good voice, no voice. We'll teach you. Varied, challenging music. Meet people, make new friends. All majors welcome!
Parking permits for 2022-2023 are now available to order via SOLAR.
All students must order their permit via SOLAR. Commuter permits ordered before August 19th will be mailed to the address on file in SOLAR. All commuter permits ordered August 19th or later will need to be picked up in person. See below for pickup details.
Annual permits (expiring Aug. 31, 2023) for students driving to and from campus are $240.
Fall semester permits (expiring Dec. 31, 2022) for students driving to and from campus are $125.
Residence Life (Housing) permits for students living on campus are $250. Permits ordered on SOLAR will be delivered to you at move-in or via the Housing office. If you are graduating at the end of the Fall 2022 semester, a pro-rated refund will be available. If you move off-campus at any time during the school year and commute, permits must be exchanged at the Police Department.
Commuter permits that are not mailed will be available for pickup outside the Bookstore in the Student Center on September 6th, 7th, & 8th (Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday) from 9AM – 2PM. These dates and times are subject to change.
University Police will not be ticketing cars for no-permit in housing and general parking areas until September 19th, to allow students time to order and obtain their parking permit. All other parking rules and regulations must be followed. You may receive a courtesy reminder during this time.
Residence Life permits are not valid in the commuter parking lots. Commuter parking permits are not valid in the housing lots. Students are not permitted to park in visitor-signed spaces EVEN if they pay the fee. Visitor-signed spaces are for campus visitors only.
There will also be a limited number of $470 Reserved permits available to interested commuter students. These will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Students requesting one of these permits must specify either Student Center (Lot A) or the Rita (Lot B/Lot C) when ordering on SOLAR.
For more information Please call the University Police and Public Safety Department at 262-595-2455
Commuter Dining Plans are now available!
Commuter Dining Plans are now available to purchase for students, staff and faculty. Purchases made at the Brickstone Grill & Eatery on a dining plan are 50% off (some exclusions apply) Dining plans are active AUG 1-DEC 23. Students can charge a dining plan purchase to Solar; credit, cash & check are also available payment options for everyone.
Boosters and Vaccines are available for UW-Parkside students
UW-Parkside students can receive a free COVID-19 vaccine or booster shot at the Student Health and Counseling Center.
There are available! Please call to schedule and appointment at 262-595-2366.
A Morning with Deanna Singh: Steps to Becoming an Inclusive Workplace
Join author Deanna Singh in a facilitated conversation with leaders from the local nonprofit community about the content of her book Actions Speak Louder and the application of recommended steps to becoming an inclusive workplace. Take this opportunity to engage with Deanna Singh as she delves deeper into challenging issues and relevant opportunities and shares her learning from organizations across the country that are on their own journeys toward inclusion.
The Center for Community and Business Engagement will award up to 20 free spots to UW-Parkside Students. Awards to be announced on September 30.
The sharing shelves were created to help the Parkside community members who need a little help when there are limited resources for food. The shelves are located in Wyllie Lower Main Place near zone 4.
Take what you need.
With the Rave Guardian app, students, faculty, and staff have the option to:
- Submit a tip anonymously
- Set-up a personal safe walk using GPS tracking- participants can set-up family or friends as virtual guardians that will be alerted if they do not arrive to their destination within the time-frame selected.
Environmental Anthropology: Living in the Anthropocene
Acting I: Fundamentals of Acting
Requires attendance at theatrical productions.
Multicultural Theatre in America
Multicultural Theatre In America
Elections and Political Participation