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  • Parking and Transportation | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Campus Life Campus Life Housing and Dining Services and Resources Involvement Opportunities Sports and Recreation Global Opportunities Parking and Transportation Student Employment Health and Wellness Safety and Security Parking and Transportation Parking on Campus

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  • Services and Resources | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Student Cost Financial Aid Visit Campus Apply to UWRF Request Information Campus Life Housing Dining Involvement Opportunities Sports Recreation Global Opportunities Student Employment Health Wellness Safety Security Parking Transportation Services Resources Athletics Falcon Athletics Athletics Schedule Recruit Me Purchase Tickets Camps Clinics About UWRF Fast Facts Employment Directory Maps Directions UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Campus Life Campus Life Housing and Dining Services and Resources Involvement Opportunities Sports and Recreation Global Opportunities Parking and Transportation Student Employment Health and Wellness Safety and Security Services and Resources Ability Services Academic Calendar Academic Success Center Accounts Receivable Billing Career Services Childcare The C H I L D Center Counseling Services Dining Services Financial Aid Health Services International Student Services Jobs Internships Library Multicultural Student Services New Student and Family Programs Outreach and Continuing Education Parking and Transportation Registrar s Office Residence Life River Falls Bookstore Falcon Shop Study Abroad Student Life Involvement Opportunities Student Polices Student Rights and Responsibilities Technology Services University Police Veteran Services Request Info

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  • About Us Home | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Recruit Me Purchase Tickets Camps Clinics About UWRF Fast Facts Employment Directory Maps Directions UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search Fast Facts Employment Directory Maps Directions UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF The University of Wisconsin River Falls is an excellent place to live and learn The University of Wisconsin River Falls is recognized as one of the finest universities in the Midwest Located in River Falls Wis our midsized public university is situated on the beautiful Kinnickinnic River just 30 minutes from Minneapolis St Paul Minn If you are looking for a friendly and supportive community with easy access to the amenities of a big city River Falls is an excellent choice for you Apply for Admission Visit Campus Request Information Hudson Center For your convenience UW River Falls now offers classes in Hudson Wis Points of Pride Global Opportunities Innovative Research and Teaching A Commitment to Excellence Mission Vision and Values We prepare students to be productive creative ethical engaged citizens and leaders with

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  • Fast Facts | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    University of Wisconsin River Falls is one of 13 comprehensive universities in the prestigious University of Wisconsin System Located on 226 acres of rolling land just 30 minutes from the Twin Cities UWRF is a leader in exemplary teaching undergraduate research and sustainability Our mission is to help prepare students to be productive creative ethical engaged citizens and leaders with an informed global perspective Academics 60 majors available from four distinct colleges College of Agriculture Food and Environmental Sciences College of Arts and Sciences College of Business and Economics College of Education and Professional Studies Degrees Awarded Bachelor of Arts Fine Arts Music Education Science Social Work Master of Arts Business Administration Science Students 6 184 students 5 721 undergraduate 463 graduate International students from 20 countries 20 1 student faculty ratio Cost The estimated costs below include tuition and fees textbook rental housing and dining Wisconsin resident 14 574 per year Minnesota resident 14 946 per year Midwest Student Exchange program 17 724 per year Non resident 22 146 per year Scholarships 76 percent of students receive financial aid 950 000 in scholarship aid was awarded in 2014 2015 Campus 303 acres and 106 buildings on main campus One satellite location in Hudson and two laboratory farms in River Falls 11 residence halls 63 5 million construction project underway to house the Health and Human Performance programs and recreation center Tradition Nickname Falcons Mascot Freddy Falcon Colors Red and white Conference Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference WIAC NCAA Division III Campus Life 150 student clubs and organizations 16 varsity sports UWRF students are two times as likely to study abroad than their peers Named a Best College for intramural sports by BestColleges com Leadership Chancellor Dean Van Galen Ph D Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Fernando P Delgado

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  • UWRF History | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    The academic strength of the Teachers College is cited as the institution is accredited for the first time through the North Central Association 1937 The Student Senate is chartered and its constitution adopted to represent student interests in campus activities 1946 Eugene H Kleinpell named president During his first assembly he moves students and faculty to divide the college into divisions of humanities social sciences and a professional division Kleinpell serves until 1967 1948 With new directions for the college after the end of World War II an institutional review of the educational mission leads to the adoption of general education courses to instill the precepts of liberal education The University Foundation is formed as a means to accept gifts for the college 1951 The institution is renamed as the Wisconsin State College River Falls as a reflection of post World War II student demands for degree programs in addition to education Enrollment stands at 649 Hathorn Hall constructed as first campus residence hall Divisions of study are created Agriculture Education and Arts and Sciences 1954 Chalmer Davee Library constructed 1958 Stratton Hall opens as residence hall 1959 Hagestad Student Center opens 1960 The college informally adopts the motto Where the Free Spirit Prevails The first graduate programs are offered during summer session Karges Physical Education Recreation Center opens John F Kennedy visits campus during the presidential campaign 1961 Prucha residence hall opens 1962 Ames Teacher Education Laboratory School opens to house College of Education 1963 May residence hall opens 1964 The college is renamed and merged into a new system as the Wisconsin State University River Falls Enrollment is 2 592 New heating plant constructed 1965 Excellence in teaching is celebrated as the first two faculty members are selected for The Distinguished Teacher of the year award Benny H Kettlelkamp of the biology department and Leland E Wittwer of animal science Johnson residence hall is opened 1966 McMillan and Grimm residence halls opens Agriculture Science Hall constructed 1967 Richard J Delorit named interim president 1968 George R Field named president Serves until 1985 Rodli Commons dining building opens 1971 With the merger of the University of Wisconsin System and Wisconsin State Colleges System the university is renamed as the University of Wisconsin River Falls Enrollment is 4 255 students 1972 Kleinpell Fine Arts Building houses College of Arts and Sciences divisions of humanities and social sciences 1973 Walter H Hunt Ice Arena constructed 1977 Centennial Science Building constructed to house departments of physics chemistry and psychology 1985 Gary A Thibodeau named chancellor Horticulture major approved 1986 Registrar Melvin Germanson is the first recipient of Chancellor s Award for Excellence 1987 Robert P Knowles Physical Education and Recreation Center constructed as health and human performance general education program building The structure is named for UWRF graduate who went on to serve as the Wisconsin Senate Minority Leader and then as a member of the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents College of Agriculture Greenhouse I Addition constructed 1988 Interdisciplinary biotechnology major approved 1988 Intramural Fields developed 1989 College of Agriculture Greenhouse II Addition built 1990 Rural Development Institute established to provide assistance to business and industry 1991 Student Center remodeled 1992 First Honorary degree given to astrophysicist Fang Lizhi who served as the intellectual leader of the democracy movement in the People s Republic of China 1993 South Hall restored and rededicated Social Work program receives certification 1994 UW River Falls Foundation assets surpass 3 5 million dollars UW System Board of Regents approves remodeling and expansion of Chalmer Davee Library The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents presents English Professor Nick Karolides its Teaching Excellence Award as the best faculty members in the 15 campus system 1995 UW System Board of Regents approved replacement of Ames Teacher Education Center Second Honorary Doctorate is awarded to U S Navy Capt Daniel Brandenstein who participated in four NASA Space Shuttle missions and retired as the Chief of the Astronaut Office responsible for training and assigning Shuttle mission crews The National Education Association cites the College of Education as a national model for teacher education naming it one of the 10 best programs in America 1996 UWRF initiates its massive strategic planning process Reach for the Future This results in the creation of the School of Business and Economics the merger and creation of the College of Education and Graduate Studies and the renaming of the College of Agriculture Food and Environmental Sciences Dr Lien Chen Vice President and Premier of the Republic of China Taiwan and a former faculty member at UW River Falls is awarded the university s third honorary doctorate 1997 The first bachelor s degrees are awarded in the interdisciplinary program of marketing communications the first undergraduate program of this kind in the Midwest Two faculty members and a student are awarded prestigious Fulbright Scholarships to study and teach abroad English Professor Marshall Toman will teach in the Czech Republic history Professor Betty Bergland will conduct research in Norway and student David Yunger the second student to win this award will study in Germany 1998 Gov Tommy Thompson participates in the groundbreaking of the Teacher Education Center the first building in the UW System exclusively dedicated to education in 22 years 1999 Approval is granted to plan a new Dairy Teaching Center to assist in the instruction of UWRF students in animal and food sciences and for outreach education to Wisconsin s dairy industry A new Small and Family Business Development Center is launched to assist small businesses throughout the St Croix Valley New majors are added in Dairy Science and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Language 2000 Chancellor Gary A Thibodeau retires after a 15 year tenure and Dr Ann M Lydecker the provost at Bridgewater State College assumes the chancellorship in August During the year the university celebrates its 125th anniversary which culminates in a day long ceremony in May that also includes the dedication of the new Walker W Wyman Education Building

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  • UWRF Leadership | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    of this campus with the University of Wisconsin System The merger created one Board of Regents to oversee all of Wisconsin s public universities and established the set of administrative procedures that govern UW River Falls down to the present With the merger the president s title was officially changed to Chancellor Chancellor Field strengthened the shared governance decision making structure of the university He brought the Faculty Senate the Student Senate and later the Academic Staff Council into the policy making process During his tenure the enrollment grew from under 4 000 to nearly 5 500 students although there were fluctuations over those 17 years that produced budget tightening and a reduction in staff He also oversaw the construction of Rodli Commons Hunt Arena Kleinpell Fine Arts Building Centennial Science Hall and numerous other construction projects During the early span of Chancellor Field s administration student unrest gripped the campus Student activism centered on a number of issues some of them national in scope while others involved local campus policies The changes brought about by this movement marked a dramatic difference between student life up to the 1960s and student life since then The initial catalysts were the Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam War Six River Falls students attended the Peace March on Washington D C in 1967 When Dow Chemical recruiters came on campus in 1968 a three hour protest against their company as a producer of napalm for the war greeted them But the peak of opposition to the war came in May 1970 when River Falls students voted at a mass meeting to strike for the remainder of the week in sympathy with Kent State students killed by Ohio state militia At least 2 000 students attended the meeting Picket lines were set up at entrances to buildings urging students to skip classes until the war was over The strike began as the academic year came to a close and did not survive the long summer layoff Students were back in classes in Fall 1970 Still demonstrations and protest rallies continued through the election of 1972 and the end of the war More immediate concerns also raised the ire of students the right to live off campus instead of in a residence hall the right to free visitation in the halls evaluation of faculty by students equality of women students the right to drop classes without penalties student representation on disciplinary committees and beer on campus All of these issues led to clashes with the Establishment and in most cases victory for the student agitators The first beer sale on campus was accomplished on January 25 1970 In 1966 all students 21 and older were allowed to live off campus and women students 21 and older living in the dorms no longer had to sign in and out In November 1967 protesters marched back and forth in front of Hathorn Hall for an hour protesting women s hours and the visiting arrangements for male and female students Police were called in to break up the demonstration But by 1969 and the early 1970s open visitation was the rule and co ed dorms were becoming a fact of life on the River Falls campus Students and faculty were also able to come to some agreement on the weight given student evaluations in the promotion and retention process Other noticeable changes in these years affecting students were the discontinuation of the Meletean yearbook in 1969 the new campus radio station hitting the airwaves in 1968 and the beginning of two yearly commencements Fall and Spring in 1969 1967 1968 Interim President Richard J Delorit President Interim Richard J Delorit 1967 1968 Richard J Delorit a 1942 graduate of the River Falls State Teachers College epitomized the dedication President Kleinpell believed was needed in the transition from state college to state university Delorit returned to River Falls in 1953 as an instructor and after promotion to assistant professor in 1956 he became the Dean of the College of Agriculture in 1957 By 1959 he had added an eight week summer institute for high school teachers of vocational agriculture and science The dedication of a new lab farm came in 1960 His advancement within the university continued when he became Vice President for Academic Affairs in 1964 In this position he came to know students in all aspects of their educational career an opportunity he enjoyed His contributions as vice president included the development of a committee to study the strict general education requirements at the school Students and staff alike desired change and Delorit delivered As chair of the committee he set the precedent for an experimental school with more flexibility in general education more electives to choose from and more depth of departments for non majors This model continues to form the basis of the general education program today When Kleinpell resigned in 1967 Delorit was appointed interim president with the expectation that he would assume the job on a permanent basis But Delorit made it known that he was not a candidate for the presidency opting instead to return to his previous post and the freedom it afforded him to research and write in his chosen profession of agronomy He made impressive strides in the field of plant identification writing a celebrated high school textbook 1946 1967 President Eugene H Kleinpell President Eugene H Kleinpell 1946 1967 Eugene H Kleinpell was born in Monona Iowa in 1903 the son of parents ambitious to see their son educated He did not disappoint earning a bachelor s degree at the University of Iowa a master s at the University of Chicago and a doctorate in history at the University of Ohio During the depression he taught at Culver Military School in Missouri the new state college at Havre Montana and Morningside College in Iowa From there he became president of Valley City State Teachers College in North Dakota When he came to River Falls in 1946 he was the first president selected with the input of a faculty committee and the first president with an earned doctorate Historian John Lankford who taught at River Falls during the Kleinpell era noted that the selection of Eugene Kleinpell as Jesse Ames successor was a fortunate choice His temperament and outlook were a happy mixture of the best qualities of both Crabtree and Ames bold in design able in political skill and painstaking in attention to administrative details he labored to guide the institution through the years of rapid expansion which followed the end of the war A local businessman once said that River Falls got a dreamer for a president President Kleinpell arrived on a campus that consisted of North Hall South Hall the Manual Arts Building and the farm located at the site of today s Agriculture Science Building But campus expansion was in full force throughout the 1950s and 1960s including farm land purchases and the construction of residence halls Chalmer Davee Library an agriculture building Hagestad Student Center Karges Physical Education Center Ames Teacher Education Center and a new heating plant One of his first moves was to create the college s divisions of humanities social sciences and professional studies In his more than two decades as president he oversaw many efforts to meet the needs of the burgeoning student body creation of the Foundation in 1948 to support college activities and expansion creation of a general education program transition to a liberal arts college in 1951 and a state university in 1964 and installation of the graduate program offering teachers the opportunity to earn the master of science in education degree Later organized into three divisions Arts and Sciences Education and Psychology and Agriculture the college now had many new majors and degrees By 1950 enrollment was 896 an all time high After that enrollment declined slightly but was followed by a record 1 000 students in 1956 and a steady increase into the 1960s with the arrival of the baby boomers Upon becoming part of the Wisconsin State University System in 1964 the campus was truly a cultural resource for the region s residents With 2 500 students the university offered a host of events such as conferences for language arts grassroots politics and rural life a coaches clinic the fine arts festival distinguished women lectures and journalism day The campus and surrounding community enjoyed performances by the new St Croix Valley Summer Theatre and visits and speeches by luminaries such as Andy Warhol John F Kennedy Eleanor Roosevelt Indira Ghandhi Margaret Bourke White and others Outstanding teaching and leadership began to be recognized with the new Distinguished Teacher of the Year Award following the opening of the Ames Teacher Education and Lab School housing the College of Education in 1962 Although student activities languished during World War II they quickly revived with the returning students The Student Senate took on additional responsibilities and earned respect from the faculty for its hard work Debate teams returned to competition The Meletean and Student Voice staffs labored to tell the River Falls story And events like Homecoming Winter Carnival Sadie Hawkins Day and others enjoyed resounding success The wearing of beanies by freshmen until the Homecoming game was introduced in 1949 and survived until the student unrest of the late 1960s Between 1946 and 1950 the basketball team won four state championships was invited to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics tournament three times and had the nation s leading scorer Nate Delong on the team The small 600 seat gym in North Hall overflowed with enthusiastic supporters The Feed the Field House Fund campaign to build a new gym became the first priority of the fledgling River Falls State Teachers College Foundation Although the fundraising drive failed the team s success brought national attention and sparked local pride More than 75 years into the school s existence the first on campus residence hall was built Named for long time Dean of Women Irma Hathorn the dormitory housed 100 women The basement was often used for dance and TV parties and male students were allowed to use the recreation room to play ping pong and watch TV Good night times were strictly enforced 10 30 p m on weekdays and 1 a m on weekends Through the late 1950s and early 1960s several more residence halls were built changing the social dynamic on campus and sounding the death knell for the off campus boarding houses Hagestad Student Center which opened in 1959 offered new choices in food and recreational facilities as well Social fraternities and sororities finally made their appearance on campus in the 1960s Membership from these Greek organizations often provided the principal leadership for student activities And the groups also offered an escape from the pressures of stud in 1961 Phi Nu Chi became the first fraternity to push a hospital bed from River Falls to Hudson accomplishing the feat in 1 58 28 In the late 1960s students and staff began to feel the social unrest of the nation with the onset of the Vietnam War and the war on poverty racism and pollution here at home When Kleinpell retired in 1967 it was truly the end of an era 1917 1946 President Jesse H Ames President Jesse H Ames 1917 1946 Jesse H Ames was born in Shiocton Wis in 1875 of Yankee lumberjack stock He attended a one room rural school and later graduated from the Stevens Point Normal School After stints as a teacher and school principal he studied history in Madison under Frederic Jackson Turner In 1909 he joined the faculty of the River Falls Normal School served briefly as interim president between the Wilson and Crabtree administrations and was appointed president in 1917 upon the departure of Crabtree President Ames had a keen interest in history With his brother a high school history teacher Ames co authored four elementary history texts which had considerable sales for years During his long tenure Ames experienced the lush years of the 1920s the Great Depression of the 1930s and the devastating effects of the World War II years As president of what would become a small teachers college he was responsible for everything that happened on campus He made all appointments accepted all changes in curriculum and instituted most new programs that often came from faculty committees He ran a tight ship one of his fellow presidents said yet he enjoyed the respect of faculty and students alike Throughout the Ames era when student enrollment numbered in the hundreds school spirit was high and most students unlike today rarely went home on weekends Students were always on hand to support athletic teams attend a debate or watch a play The first Homecoming was held in 1922 and included a torchlight parade pep rally and football game Later for many decades a daytime parade down Main Street drew crowds of locals and alumni The 1920s also saw the proliferation of clubs and organizations including everything from the Mozart Club to the Rural Life Club to the Civic Club Fraternities and sororities were still unheard of yet there were rooming houses that provided low cost board and room and created tight knit social groups A school cafeteria was started in 1920 offering a full week s board for 4 Organized athletics took off during this period as the Inter Normal Conference came into play Many River Falls football and basketball teams won conference championships sparking day long celebrations where classes were cancelled and replaced by victory speeches musical interludes elaborate tableaus parades through downtown a banquet a bonfire and a school dance The team name Falcons was officially adopted in the 1930s Even during the lean years of the depression the student body stayed active A poll showed that 83 percent of all students belonged to at least one student organization And student concerns were addressed more formally when in 1937 a constitution was adopted creating a Student Senate In the spring of 1924 River Falls Normal School celebrated its 50th birthday with a pageant attended by nearly 12 000 people The cast of 584 presented the dramatic story of success in dispelling ignorance through the coming of the Normal School to River Falls The pageant ended with the singing of a new school song The Pledge Song which continues to be sung on ceremonial occasions and played daily on the university s carillon With pride at an all time high the school was ready to take the next step to become a four year degree granting teachers college In 1927 River Falls Normal School officially became River Falls State Teachers College The change had been coming for a long time and simply reflected the increased quality of the curriculum and faculty at the school Collegiate status meant the growth of academic programs and the adoption of the customs and ways of life of the more prestigious collegiate world It also meant the desire for accreditation So the college applied for accreditation from the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools Although the American Association of Teachers Colleges had granted the school its highest rating in 1929 the school needed NCACSS accreditation to ensure that student credits would transfer with ease to other colleges and universities For more than five years the faculty and administration worked hard toward reaching the North Central seal of approval which was achieved in 1935 The Great Depression again raised the specter that economic hard times could close down the college As the crisis worsened in 1930 the River Falls Chamber of Commerce started a fund to help pay for promoting the school in an effort to ward off declining enrollments The money was used to send copies of the Meletean the school yearbook and the Student Voice its weekly newspaper to 200 high schools and to advertise in the Milwaukee newspaper Some of the faculty also visited high schools to recruit graduating seniors But the demand for teachers remained strong throughout the decade and enrollments actually grew during the 1930s The same was not true as the world went to war In 1939 the college enrolled 755 students At the peak of World War II in 1943 enrollment had fallen to 183 students Male students were almost non existent Struggling to stay afloat President Ames sought a contract with the military for training but was unsuccessful He then enacted several measures to keep the campus open granting nine month appointments and leave of absences to faculty and in light of the war effort offering summer courses in Red Cross procedures geography and engineering But when the war ended veterans flocked to college campuses with the help of federal assistance And in River Falls there was a new president ready to greet them 1911 1917 President James W Crabtree President James W Crabtree 1911 1917 James W Crabtree 1864 1945 was born in Ohio but moved with his family to Nebraska in the 1870s Following his graduation from the State Normal School at Peru Nebraska in 1890 he began a career in education In 1911 while working as state superintendent of public instruction in Nebraska he was offered his choice of the presidency of several Wisconsin normal schools He chose River Falls The dominant theme of Crabtree s educational philosophy was the pragmatic and human approach His own childhood had engendered a faith in the common people and a devotion to them From his experience came an abiding appreciation of the importance of work and an enduring sympathy for the young man or woman who made their own way He always insisted that education must be close to life and that no child was too poor to profit by the right kind of teaching Further he liked people With both the students and faculty he was liberal with his time and advice He had a marvelous capacity for meeting students personally for making them feel his own interest

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  • FAQ | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Employment Health Wellness Safety Security Parking Transportation Services Resources Athletics Falcon Athletics Athletics Schedule Recruit Me Purchase Tickets Camps Clinics About UWRF Fast Facts Employment Directory Maps Directions UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF About Us About Us Fast Facts Employment Maps UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF FAQ General Info What is the general phone number and mailing address for the University How do I find contact information for UW River Falls students faculty and staff Are there campus tours for visitors How can I make a gift to UW River Falls Where can I find out about UW River Falls events Employment at UWRF Where can I find out about employment opportunities at UW River Falls How can I post a job for UW River Falls students Studying at UWRF Where can I find information about financial aid What courses does UW River Falls offer What are the admissions and visa requirements for international students Does UW River Falls offer summer classes Does

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  • Contact UWRF | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    UWRF Fast Facts Employment Directory Maps Directions UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF About Us About Us Fast Facts Employment Maps UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Contact UWRF General Information University of Wisconsin River Falls 410 S 3rd Street River Falls WI 54022 USA Phone 715 425 3911 University Communications and Marketing Susan Walker susan walker uwrf edu Phone 715 425 4613 Amber Dohlman Sports Information Director amber dohlman uwrf edu Jacob Wissing Sports Information Director jacob wissing uwrf edu Phone 715 425 3846 Public Safety University Police 103 Regional Development Institute 410 S 3rd Street River Falls WI 54022 police uwrf edu 715 425 3133 Admissions Inquiries Admissions 112 South Hall admissions uwrf edu Phone 715 425 3500 Monday Friday 8 a m 4 30 p m Financial Aid Inquiries Financial Aid 315 North Hall finaid uwrf edu Phone 715 425 3141 Fax 715 425 0708 Monday Friday 7 45 a m 4 30 p m Employment Opportunities Human Resources 216 and 218

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