Important: COVID-19 Advising Update

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The Academic Advising Center & Career Services Offices strives to best serve all who utilize our services. Due to COVID-19, our office will not be conducting in person appointments anymore as of March 18, 2020. Instead we will be offering virtual appointments via phone call, email, or video chat Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Please note that due to the constantly evolving circumstances, it may take longer than normal to hear back, and we will be updating our website as things progress. 

Drop-in Peer Advising

If you have a quick academic or career advising question, our Peer Advisors are available to chat Monday-Thursday from 9am-4:30pm and Friday from 9am-1pm through Microsoft Teams:

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  2. Chat with the Peer Advisors to let them know what kind of help you are looking for

Making Academic Advising Appointments

If you are assigned in our office, you can make your appointment online through Navigate, email your advisor, or email

If you are not assigned an Academic Advisor in our office, you can make an appointment by calling us at 608.785.6950.

Making Career Advising Appointments

To make an appointment for career advising, you can do so online through Navigate or by calling us at 608.785.6950.


Last Updated: 9/17/20 2:45 p.m.

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Online UWL Career Resources & Tools 

These tools are available to you anytime and may be particularly helpful at this moment:

Connecting with Employers

As best as is possible, UWL’s Academic Advising Center & Career Services is continuing to facilitate meaningful connections to opportunities for La Crosse students. We are actively reaching out to recruiting employers to assess hiring needs & plans and to share virtual and remote services. 

Virtual Career Events
The Academic Advising Center & Career Services Office will continue to support your ability to connect with employers. 

  • Virtual Recruiting Events - Employers are creating new virtual recruiting events daily and may present an opportunity to connect with employers in a new way.

 Resume Support Resources

Find a Remote Internship

  • Micro Internship - Interns & Recent Graduates - short-term paid professional projects
  • Covintern - a site developed by a student at Indiana University to share a crowdsourced list of current remote internship postings.  

COVID-19 Search Strategies & Tools

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If you are looking for a summer or part-time position, we encourage you to review the resources compiled by the UWL Financial Aid Office.

Inclusion Statement 

Our office welcomes all students. Further, our office recognizes the need to offer an explicit welcome to those who have been marginalized based on race, ethnicity, country of origin, citizen status, ability, class, gender, sexual orientation, age, spirituality, and all the other complex identities that make us who we are.  

Equity Statement 

We recognize that historically and presently, different levels of power have allowed some people to flourish at the expense of others. We understand that as individual people and as an office, we have upheld inequity. We are committed to providing students not just equality of opportunity, but equality of outcomes. Continued growth, humility, and empathy will lead to a more equitable society, and we are excited to take on that lifelong challenge.  

Our Commitment  

We acknowledge that for our words to have meaning, they must lead directly to action. As part of our commitment, we are actively preparing ourselves to serve all students, particularly those who have been marginalized, by participating in targeted professional development, engaging in critical dialogue, and holding each other accountable for our words and actions.  

We commit to the following action steps to advance our inclusion and equity statements: 

  • Listen, believe, and center the stories of marginalized people in our work 
  • Learn and reflect on systems of oppression and our role in those systems as we serve students in partnership with fellow allies 
  • Engage in constant self-growth through regular dialogue and participation in diversity and inclusion programming 
  • Build a community that values collaboration, equity, and relationships over competition and exploitation   
  • Develop more equitable resources and programming for our students as they navigate their unique academic and career development processes 
  • Advocate alongside students, staff, and faculty whose identities make them targets for discrimination to ensure we move closer to equity 
  • Evaluate and adapt our work and atmosphere based on our continuous learning and the feedback from our community 


We are committed to continually evaluating and improving upon our resources and our space to ensure all students feel safe, welcome, and supported by our office. We invite any feedback regarding your interactions with our team, your perceptions of our physical space, your experience at any of our events, and anything else you would like to share with us. You can share this feedback via our anonymous survey. 

Similarly, if you have experienced an encounter that you would like to report as a hate or bias incident, please complete the Hate/Bias Incident Report through the Research & Resource Center for Campus Climate.