Bienvenidos !Thank you for considering the University of Wisconsin-Madison for your academic studies. The University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison) is one of the premier public institutions of higher education in the country. Ranked 8th among the top 25 public universities , UW-Madison has an undergraduate enrollment of over 28,000 students. The campus encompasses one thousand acres along the shore of beautiful Lake Mendota near the heart of Wisconsin's capital city. But don't let the sheer size of our campus intimidate you; with such size come many opportunities that are not available at smaller institutions.
We Are Here for YouChicano/a Student Academic Services (CSAS) is here to assist you throughout your undergraduate career at UW-Madison. CSAS works with you to assist in the transition from high school or other university/college to our campus. CSAS will continue to support you in obtaining your goal of successfully passing university courses and earning your degree, which will prepare you for the work force and/or graduate / professional school. Your academic, professional and personal growth is our mission. The members of the CSAS office provide many support services and extracurricular events that help to promote and retain our Chicano/a, Mexicano/a, & Latino/a heritage and culture on the UW-Madison campus.
- Academic advising
- Career counseling
- Personal counseling
- Providing opportunities to network with Chicano/a & Latino/a faculty and staff
- Providing referrals and to other sources of assistance and support on campus (financial aid, housing, health services, student employment, etc...)
- Developing skill enhancement
- Educational forums, seminars and workshops
- Providing a welcome environment to you both on and off campus through connections and associations with the local Chicano, Mexicano and Latino communities.
- Assisting you in becoming a vibrant member of the Chicano/a and Latino/a community on the UW-Madison campus
- Developing a professional relationship with you to encourage open communication and being available to respond to your concerns and questions
- Maximizing the likelihood of your academic success through counseling and intervention