Organizations and Services
UWEC Campus PRIDE, Promoting Rights, Inclusiveness, Diversity, and Equality, is the union of LGBTQAA social activism groups Forward Momentum, OutLoud, and Student's for a Fair Wisconsin. Our goals are in our name; we are here to promote the rights and inclusiveness of anyone by creating a positive LGBTQAA community for UWEC students and members of the Eau Claire community. It is also our intention to be involved in many activism activities, social evens, and inter-org relations.
TV-10 originated in the fall of 1975. Its intent was to provide students with the opportunity to explore the field of television production and to promote interest in this type of media. TV-10 was one of the first completely student-run television stations in the country. TV-10 currently airs an array of popular movies and original programming. If you are interested in working for TV-10, contact the Station Manager.
A group designed for the promotion of Witchcraft and Wizardry. We welcome everyone and anyone who loves Harry Potter, and want to create a campus that bleeds Red and Gold, Green and Silver, Blue and Bronze, and Yellow and Black.
Computer & Console Gamers Group: Our mission as a group is to bring together computer and console gamers at UWEC to enjoy a positive social atmosphere through local area network (LAN) parties, informational meetings, and through coordinated competitive events.
Open Eau Claire is a student run initiative designed to give students an inside look at courses the university has to offer. Open Eau Claire is a site that allows you to experience a class right from your computer. Complete with course materials, professor interviews, and class lectures. Password free and cost free. Open Eau Claire is for students, by students.
Society of Physics Students
Society of Physics Students We are the local chapter of a National Society of Physics Students organization. We encourage everyone interested in having fun with science to join our adventures!
Student Health Service-Health Promotion and SWAT fosters a healthy campus community through high quality health care, health promotion, advocacy and programming.
CASA (Center for Awareness of Sexual Assault) was established in 2003. CASA is a sexual assault support service that maintains a victim centered approach. We provide a safe place for people to come and talk about any issues that they may have surrounding their sexual assault, or those of someone close to them.
Even if you are not sure about a sexual experience and are now feeling uncomfortable with what happened, CASA would be glad to talk with you. We provide a variety of services that are all free and confidential.
The University Activities Commission (UAC) of the Student Senate is the campuswide events programming board at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Student programmers select, promote and produce a wide variety of cultural, educational and entertainment programs for the university community.
MakeUWEC combines STEAM topics with real world building applications as well as outsider tools and knowledge to create your dream. We help those interested in making their idea come to life! So, join us on our quest to share talents with the world.
Blugold Radio is proud to play the best in independent music from Western Wisconsin and beyond!
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UW-Eau Claire Counseling Services is a place on campus where you can find someone to talk to when you're feeling hopeless, lonely, depressed, confused, upset over a relationship, or just plain stressed.
If you or anyone you know have been impacted by recent events, please know that Counseling Services is a resource that strives to provide a safe and inclusive environment for all students.
The purpose of the Blugold Beginnings Program is to educate and inspire students, especially underrepresented, low income or first generation students, to believe that a post-secondary education is important, attainable, and available at the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire and other institutions.
Blugold Beginnings Robotics provides local elementary, middle and high school students the opportunity to explore building and programming robots.
Robotics programs are provided yearround with the FIRST Lego League Competition and FIRST Tech Competition in the fall, the Robotics competition in the spring and a Robotics camp in the summer.