Graduate Studies

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Congratulations on your admission to the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse!

The staff in the Office of Graduate Studies appreciates the difficulty in navigating the various challenges of a graduate degree in a new place.  Below is a brief campus resource guide for meeting those challenges.

Note: The contents of this resource Guide are based on information from various websites. The users are strongly encouraged to consult the appropriate website for the most updated information. Also, the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and the Graduate Student Organization make no endorsement to promote any of the businesses listed herein. The list by no means includes all businesses and is intended to be for information only.

Office of Graduate Studies and IRB
(608) 785-8124     223 Graff Main Hall
Stop by our office or explore this website for more information on grants, assistantships, policies, research, thesis, and how to get involved in the Graduate Student Organization (GSO). 
GSO strives to promote the visibility of graduate students on campus by providing informational seminars, professional and social networking opportunities, grant writing guidance and other personal interest events. The GSO allows students from different programs to meet and network, while also advocating for their own program, and becoming an involved member of the UW-L community. There are at least two meetings each semester and final dates, times, and locations are forwarded to members at least two weeks prior to the meeting date.