Welcome to the Chican@ & Latin@ Studies Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. As classes continue, we will continue to make the health and safety of the entire CLS familia our top priority. Our staff will be in their offices regularly this Fall and can also meet with students remotely. Contact advisor Rachelle Eilers via email or Starfish to make an appointment. CLS Library materials are available to UW-Madison and community patrons, and the CLS Library and Academic Resource Center will be open to the public 8:30am to 4:30pm this Fall. Contact Administrator Peter Haney for reference questions. We plan to hold CLS Community Gatherings at the end of September. Watch for news about other events and co-curricular programming as the year progresses. For updates on building access and safety measures, check the University’s COVID-19 response page. ¡Cuídense mucho! We hope to see you soon.
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Student COVID-19 Resources
Need money? Internet access? Information? Health assistance? Academic support? Here are various forms of help available to UW-Madison undergraduates. Want to help UW students? The UW Foundation has a new emergency support fund. CLS will update this list regularly, so keep checking.
CLS Certificate student Viridiana Carreno will be among three outstanding undergraduates who will address the College of Letters and Science’s Scholarship Reception this Friday, October 15th in Union South. This annual event celebrates recent scholarship …October 12, 2021
CLS faculty member and former director Armando Ibarra has won the “Hispanic Achievement of the Year” award from “La Movida” Radio, Madison’s Spanish-language radio station. The station will present Dr. Ibarra will be presented with …October 12, 2021
The University’s annual Latinx Heritage Month begins this week with the “March Up Bascom,” organized by the Latinx Cultural Center, ChiLaCSA, and the CLS Program. Students will meet at the bottom of Bascom Hill at …September 14, 2021
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