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.

It is difficult to focus on school, work, or studying when your basic needs aren't being met. If you are experiencing hunger or do not have adequate housing, you are not alone.

We are here to help.

Housing and COVID-19: On March 27, 2020 Governor Evers issued Executive Order #15, which is a temporary ban on evictions and foreclosures if individuals have difficulty paying rent due to COVID-19. More details can be found in this FAQ. Contact Student Life,, for additional questions and support.

Below are free resources on campus and in the community for meals.

We can also assist you with the following needs through campus, community, and state resources: