Due to University closure to limit the spread of COVID-19 infection, the Wellness and Health Advocacy Office is operating online and remotely. We understand that this is a stressful time for students and parents, and it is important to us that we continue to serve you and meet your needs as well as we can.

For assistance or questions, please contact the Coordinator of Student Wellness at or 608.785.8977. You may also contact the Student Life Office at or 608.785.8062.

Please see the University's page about COVID-19 for more information.

Mission Statement:

The mission of Student Life: Wellness and Health Advocacy is to provide the UWL campus community with culturally competent health education, health promotion programming, alcohol and other drug education, community engagement, and partnership that supports and empowers the campus community to make choices and create lifelong habits that promote health and well-being across all dimensions. 


A campus environment where the potential for health flourishes.


As each of the individuals in the campus community is unique, with different goals, values, strengths, and experiences, so are their perceptions of and potentials for wellness. Wellness and Health Advocacy respects and values these differences and will provide tools, education, guidance, and support to cultivate an inclusive environment in which the potential for health flourishes for everyone.

Health education will always be guided by evidence, research, best practices, and based in sound theory. It is vital that students have non-biased, accurate, and complete health education to make informed decisions regarding their health.