Advisor Jonathan Ferguson (left) meets with undergraduate Nastassia Satahoo (right) at the Career Exploration Center (CEC)

Resources

These are the following UW-Madison campus resources that Posse Scholars can utilize throughout their academic experience.

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Academic Support

ACADEMIC SUPPORT

UW-Madison offers a wide variety of tutoring and learning resources through learning centers, University Housing, peer-led programs, and other efforts. See the link above for a complete list.

Academic coaching is offered by the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Educational Achievement on a first-come, first-served basis. Posse Scholars can apply for an academic coach in many courses on campus, but should first consult campus-wide resources outside the Division.

Multicultural Student Center

MULTICULTURAL STUDENT CENTER

Since the fall of 1988 the Multicultural Student Center (MSC) has provided out-of-classroom experiences where students and other members of the University community can learn about and appreciate other cultures. The UW-Madison campus values diversity and the MSC has been providing opportunities by which differences can be celebrated. The Multicultural Student Center is a unit of the Office of the Dean of Students and is located on the second floor of the Red Gym, 716 Langdon St.

The Posse Foundation

The Posse Foundation identifies, recruits, and trains incredible youth leaders from urban public high schools and sends these groups as “Posses” to top colleges and universities in this country.

University of Wisconsin Foundation

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN FOUNDATION

To help support the UW Posse Program, Get Involved Now Gifts to the Posse Fund, which supports Posse student scholarships can benefit the leaders of tomorrow. Gifts may be named in honor of donors or their loved ones. Endowment gifts, also named, are encouraged to help ensure the long-term viability of the program. Gifts at this level provide support for a scholarship in perpetuity, and allow generations of students to realize their educational goals