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Developing Self and Others expanding section
  • Management Essentials (Coming Soon)
  • Management Quick Start Guide (Coming Soon)
  • Learning and Organizational Development (Coming Soon)
  • Educational Assistance Program
  • Human Resource Partner Consultation (Coming Soon)
  • Chair and Supervisor Toolkit (Coming Soon)
  • Academic Department Tool Kit
  • Organizational Development (Coming Soon)
  • Professional Development (Coming Soon)
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Commuter parking permits are available for purchase from the parking and transportation services office. Employees are welcome to take advantage of the tax-savings offered by pre-tax payroll deduction of parking permit costs. To purchase a parking permit or learn more about campus parking regulations, visit the Parking and Transportation Services webpage.


The La Crosse MTU bus services offers the U-pass bus service to UWL students and employees. For students, the U-pass program is provided by the UWL Student Association and the fee for a pass is included in student fees. For employees, the U-pass bus pass program is available for a low annual fee and pre-tax payroll deduction is available. For more information and to download the U-pass payment form, visit the U-pass webpage.

Regional bus service

A regional bus service, called SMRT (Scenic Mississippi Regional Transit), has several routes with convenient stops near the UWL campus. For more information about this service, visit the RideSMRT website.

Performance Management expanding section
  • Performance Management
  • Organizational Development (Coming Soon)
  • Workplace Improvement and Discipline (Coming Soon)
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UW-La Crosse encourages a pro-active, collegial work environment in which employees have the opportunity to discuss and resolve work-related concerns with their appropriate supervisor.

In situations where an employee feels they have not received fair treatment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age or physical handicap, the Affirmative Action Office should be contacted at 608.785.8541.

All other work-related concerns should be brought to the attention of the Office of Human Resources at 608.785.8013.