James R. Connor University Center

UC Student Success Campaign

The University Center has ventured into a new effort called the UC Student Success Campaign. Gifts to the campaign will support the professional development of student employees by allowing them the opportunity to attend professional conferences and other training events held on and off campus. These training events are provided in person and virtually.  We are asking University Center student employee alumni, friends of the UC, and businesses to consider contributing to our cause.

Getting U Connected


“Working at the University Center has prepared me for real-world situations after graduation. The UC has given me the opportunity to attend professional development conferences, trainings, and workshops. These trainings and workshops have provided me with new knowledge, skills, and abilities that I can use in professional settings/work environments. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the University Center has done a fantastic job staying connected with student employees through virtual meetings and events. They have also implemented new guidelines to help keep students and staff safe and healthy.”

– Uly Quijano-Colunga, Current UC Administrative Assistant

“I have attended the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) Conference twice, and both times I have benefited greatly from my experiences there. Not only was I able to network with programming boards from different UW schools and other colleges, but I also got to interact with the agencies and artists on a professional level. By attending conferences like NACA, I developed professional skills such as writing and in-person communication.”

– Samantha Eibl, UC Entertainment Assistant, Class of 2020

“Having the opportunity to attend the SHRM conference opened my eyes to human resource practices that are always evolving. I was able to take the information I gained at the conference back to the University Center to implement new ideas. The SHRM conference helped my professional development by being able to network with employers as well as gain more knowledge on the SHRM competencies.” 

– Haley Henricksen, UC HR Intern, Class of 2020

“The ACUI conference allowed me to develop greatly through networking. The first day of the conference, I made a handful of close connections with individuals from different sides of the spectrum for higher education. I was able to ask for business cards and, even after the conference, keep in communication. It is important to keep these connections close because they can lead to new innovations and ideas.”

 – Natalia B. Hernandez, UC Administrative Assistant, Class of 2017

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Kim Adams
UC Assistant Director
adamsk@uww.edu
(262) 472-1477

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