Academic and Career Advising Center

Web-based recruiting is one method to match employers with potential employees. A free service is available to any currently enrolled, degree-seeking UW-Platteville undergraduate and graduate student through the Pioneer Career Network system. The first step is to access the UW-Platteville Pioneer Career Network webpage to register online: www.uwplatt.edu/acac/pcn-pioneer-career-network.

The new Alumni Career Services Program provides alumni flexibility in utilizing career services provided through the Academic and Career Advising Center by providing various service levels applicable to various stages of alums’ advanced career searches. To review the levels of participation and fees associated with services, please visit the following website: www.uwplatt.edu/acac/alumni-career-services.

The PCN system allows users to post a résumé as part of the initial registration process, edit their résumés at any time, search internship, co-op, and full-time employment opportunities, schedule campus interviews electronically, and track which companies have reviewed their résumés.

The Academic and Career Advising Center also invites distance learning students who are able to travel to campus to attend the bi-annual Career Fair events held in September and February. More information can be found on the Academic and Career Advising Center website.

If there are any problems or questions about the Pioneer Career Network system, résumés, or interviewing, don’t hesitate to contact the Academic and Career Advising Center.

Academic and Career Advising Center
Address:
University of Wisconsin-Platteville
1 University Plaza
Platteville, WI 53818-3099
Phone: 608.342.1183
Fax: 608.342.1172
Email: acac@uwplatt.edu
Website: www.uwplatt.edu/acac

Services for Students with Disabilities

www.uwplatt.edu/disability

Services for Students with Disabilities works to ensure that no qualified student, solely by reason of disability, is denied access to, participation in, or the benefits of, any academic program or activity offered by the university.

The office provides information about disability services to students and university personnel; coordinates academic accommodations and auxiliary aides; refers students to appropriate sources for non-academic accommodations or auxiliary services and provides advocacy for students with disabilities. The services are provided to assist students with disabilities in receiving the academic accommodations needed to ensure equal access to the educational environment. Students with disabilities must provide documentation and make their requests for accommodations to the Services for Students with Disabilities office as early as possible to begin the process of obtaining accommodations.

Services for Students with Disabilities is located at 103 Warner Hall, 608.342.1818 (voice and TTY).