Classified Staff Council (CSC)

Welcome to the UW-La Crosse Classified Staff Council!

Classified Staff Council and Classified Staff at UW-La Crosse congratulate Bob Wilson for his selection to serve on the Search and Screen Committee for the President of UW System.

Created in November 2009, the UW-La Crosse Classified Staff Council (CSC) endeavors to promote ongoing education, professional development activities and communication between all classified employees and the broader University community.  The Council will promote a positive professional environment for all classified staff employees (represented, non-represented, limited term, and project appointments) based on equality, respect and a spirit of collegiality between members of the University community, including faculty, staff, and students.  The Council members will serve as advisors to the Chancellor and other University administrators.

The Council consists of 11 elected members and a Human Resources ex officio liaison.  The Council meets the second Tuesday of every month in 325 Graff Main Hall.  Meetings are open to all university personnel, and we invite you to share ideas, comments and concerns with the Council.  The Chancellor has allowed release time for Classified Staff to attend the meetings.


We encourage all classified staff to come to any meeting and find out what's going on or share your opinions.

To find out more about CSC or about volunteering to serve on a CSC subcommittee, please contact us for more information.



A big thank you goes out to the participants in Rotary Lights. Several people worked (Josh Kraft, Bob and Maureen Wilson, Ben Kolpitcke, Debra Gerke), on the lights and decorations at the Light House. Susanne Koehler and Josh Kraft paticipated in the parade. Susane Koehler, Ingrid Iverson, and Marie Rieber decorated the UW-La Crosse Classified Staff Council tree down at the Park.