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Career Services & Professional Development is committed to providing career counseling and education to all students and alumni in all UIW programs. The services offered include, but are not limited to, individual career counseling, personality and career assessment, resume and cover letter review, career related workshops, and software resources. In addition, we host a number of on-campus employer events each semester.

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The UIW Mabee Library actively participates in the life of the University. It supports the University’s academic programs with materials, instruction, and technology that advance the intellectual development of its students and the scholarship activities of its faculty.

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Develop your Skills

Do you need a quick refresher on a subject or find that you could brush up on your skills? Check out our extensive catalog catalog of highly interactive personal development courses.

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SAS and SPS Spring II term starts March 4

Application deadline: Feb. 26

Email admissions or start a free application!

Register for Spring II

New School Names

Introducing School of Applied Sciences (SAS) and
School of Professional Studies (SPS)

Updates to the EAP websites and print/digital materials will reflect the new name soon.

View VP's Announcement

Adult Learning

Dr. Cyndi Porter, VP of Extended Academic Programs, describes her learning experience as an adult student for the CAEL Learning Stories.

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