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Beverly A. Simonds, Dean's Assistant
608-355-5222 (Richland Office and Baraboo Sauk County Office)
Eric Hoffman, Campus Administrative Specialist
608-647-6186 ext. 221
Campus Counseling Services
The Campus Counseling office provides mental health assessment, referral, informational materials and short-term counseling for UW-Richland students.
Becky Miller, MSE, LPC-IT
Mental Health Therapist
The Continuing Education office is responsible for creating and implementing programs and classes for community people of all ages. Current youth programs involve students from southwest Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Japan, China. The director works cooperatively with community people, organizations and clients.
The Director of Library Services is responsible for the management of the campus library; for developing, promoting, maintaining and evaluating library services to faculty, staff, a varied student population, and the community; for training and supervising support staff and student employees; for supporting the curriculum through active collaboration with faculty and staff; working actively with instructional technology staff to enrich the library’s operations, and is proficient in library computer technology.
The Marketing & Communications office oversees media relations, press communication, social media; cooperatively develops and manages the campus marketing and enrollment management plan; directs campus advertising; develops campus publications; is responsible for content and management of the campus website; administers marketing budgets; manages campus photography; and other related duties.
For marketing, advertising, design and web assistance, please contact the UW Colleges Office of Marketing and Enrollment at email@example.com or visit the UW Colleges Marketing and Enrollment webpage to start a project.
The Solution Center is responsible for admissions and enrollment, financial aid, records and registration, academic advising, placement testing, student orientation, student leadership and governance, student activities, accessibility services, student life and student development initiatives. In addition the Solution Centers works with a robust International program and our Academic Alliance program for high achieving high school students.