Resources & Service Links
|Location:||1st Floor - Cyber Cafe
2nd Floor - Cartwright Center Mezzanine
The mezzanine has five computers for student use and the Cyber Cafe has three computers. Hours are based on building hours.
Comfortable furniture and basic computer programs are also available in this lab.
|Staff Contacts:||Mary Beth Vahalla & Tarra Bourgeois|
|Telephone:||(608) 785-8883 or (608) 785-8366|
|Hours of Service:||
Monday - Friday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
|Location:||49 Cartwright Center|
Student Organizations Graphic Design provides high-quality, low-cost services to students, student organizations, and staff. We have many up-to-date computer programs including Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, and Image Ready. We have many supplies for free (markers, poster paper, crayons, glue, etc.) to help with all of your advertising, recruitment, and promotion needs.
Feel free to make an appointment or stop by just to see what we have available. Remember the organizational room is open extended hours and you can always get to the paper, Texas Markers, and other free materials!
Some of the pricing for services available are:
Buttons: 2 1/4" $.35 each or 1 1/12 $.20 each
Lamination: First foot $1.90 and $.90 per foot
Poster Printer: either $2.00 or $4.00 depending on size
There may be costs for other services as well, depending on the situation.
The dye cut machine key is available in the Graphics Office during business hours. After 4:00pm, please see the Information Counter for the key.
|Contacts:||Mary Beth Vahala|
UW-L Dining Services offers an assortment of different dining locations to meet the variety of needs and desires of the campus community. Both University Centers and Sodexo are excited about what we have to offer to the campus community.
The University of Wisconsin La Crosse has contracted with Sodexo to provide exclusive dining services on campus. This means that any food served on campus must be purchased from Sodexo. If you plan on hosting an event on campus (conference, meeting, etc.) and you plan on having food available, please contact Catering to make arrangements. For more information, click here.
For convenience and privacy, a lactation room is available for use. The lactation room is located at 256 Cartwright. Please stop at the information counter and pick up a key for access to the room. Call ahead for availability. 785-8877
Welcome to the Leadership Programs site at UW-La Crosse. The mission of the Leadership Programs at
UW-La Crosse is to provide educational and developmental programs to all recognized student organizations.
Various activities and events are sponsored to promote leadership development.
Fall and Spring All Student Organizations Meeting
Held at the beginning of Fall and Spring semesters.
Attendance by a representative of each student organization is strongly encouraged and required by Student Association as a condition for applying for grant money.
The meetings provide information for student organizations on funding, upcoming events, changes in services and much more.
Each meeting also features a keynote speaker on a variety of subjects of interest to student leaders such as involvement, future benefits of leadership, motivation, and others.
Co-sponsored program of University Centers, The Office of the Chancellor, and Student
Association implemented to recognize student leaders.
These invitation only events occur two times per year (once/semester).
Student leaders are given the opportunity to dialogue with Chancellor Gow on a variety of issues of concern to students.
Some issues that have been addressed this past year are: academic integrity, future plans for UW-L, parking and residence halls, and UWL's Growth and Access proposal.
Professionals and graduate assistants in the Student Activities Office are available to meet with organizational leaders and groups to transition new leaders, do training sessions, help work through conflict, or answer leadership questions.
Opportunities to attend workshops and conferences.
Each year University Centers takes a delegation of students to the NACA (National Association for Campus Activities) Regional
Leadership Workshop in November and to the NACA Wisconsin Regional Conference in March.
For more information about these opportunities please call 785-8866.
We will also post information about National and Regional leadership conferences and study programs that you may pursue on your own.
|Hours of Service:||September through May - 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday - Friday|
The Cartwright Ticket Office provides a convenient service to the campus community. At the Cartwright Ticket Office you will find:
Event Ticket Sales and Information
The Ticket Office can accept: