University of Wisconsin–Madison

Inclusion Education

Our Wisconsin is an inclusion program that was developed to build community among our diverse campus. Our Wisconsin’s aim is to improve the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s campus climate, as it is one of our core beliefs that every student at UW-Madison, regardless of their background or how they may identify, should feel safe, valued, supported, and welcomed.

Our Wisconsin inclusion workshops will be provided to all undergraduate first-year students living in University Housing residence halls.

To learn more, visit the full Our Wisconsin site.

Students in the Chadbourne Residential College (CRC) and the Multicultural Learning Community (MLC) participate in a social justice workshop hosted by social activist Bree Newsome on Oct. 12, 2016. Newsome asked the students to think about a time that they felt powerful and provide them with insights and a history of social justice. (Photo by Bryce Richter / UW-Madison)