Students influence many important decisions at Western. Participating in Student Government organization provides the opportunity to be involved in many decisions about campus life.
Student ID Card
Your student ID card provides access to many of the services available at Western including the library, financial aid, events, computer labs, free MTU (bus) pass, and the Wellness Center.
Clubs and Organizations
Being a member of a club or organization provides opportunities in professional development, team interaction, socialization, leadership skills and community relations.
Western's varsity athletic teams compete against technical and community colleges
throughout Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota. Varsity athletics include men's basketball
and baseball, and women's volleyball and basketball.
Learn more about Western's athletic programs...
Market Money is a pre-paid debit account that is accessible with your Western ID card. You can use it to purchase food and beverages at the Union Market. When you check present your Western ID card and your transaction will be processed with the swipe of your card.
Lost and Found
Lost and found is located in the Student Development Office, Kumm Center, Room 100, 608.785.9445. Staff will try to locate owners of items labeled with names. At the end of the academic year, usable items that have not been claimed will be donated to charity.
Western Residence Hall, located on Ninth and La Crosse Streets, houses 200 students in 50 four-person suites.
Lead campus tours for prospective students and support systems and get paid.
The College's security force patrols the La Crosse campus throughout the day and night.