SLIS faculty and staff are committed to social justice, diversity, and equality among our staff, students, and services. We want everyone to feel welcome and involved at SLIS.
SLIS is currently in the process of scheduling workshops for students about how to be advocates for communities under stress. We will advertise the date and time of these events when they are known.
If you’re feeling stressed, feeling unsafe, or feeling alone, there are resources on campus that can help.
Need to report an incident of bias?
Dean of Students Office
Need help managing stress and/or need someone to talk to?
The University Health Services (UHS) offers online resources, videos, classes and one on one appointments to help students improve their stress management.
Need more than that? You can schedule an appointment with a counselor and/or attend regularly scheduled group counseling sessions.
EVOC (End Violence on Campus) offers confidential assistance and counseling for victims of violence.
The Counseling Psychology Training Clinic provides confidential counseling services for individuals, families, adolescents and children. Services are provided on a sliding scale fee based on income.
Wanting to connect with other students who will understand or wanting to make new friends and expand your horizons?
Multicultural Student Center https://msc.wisc.edu/
LGBT Campus Center https://lgbt.wisc.edu/
Muslim Student Association https://win.wisc.edu/organization/msa/
Wunk Sheek https://win.wisc.edu/organization/wunksheek
Center for Educational Opportunity: https://win.wisc.edu/organization/CeOSAB
Working Class Student Union https://win.wisc.edu/organization/wcsu
Not sure where to start? Please feel free to contact Michele Besant, Tanya Hendricks Cobb or Anjali Bhasin to get help with finding the right resources for you. You’ll find SLIS faculty and staff members in our directory.)