Wyoming Union 020
1000 E. University Ave. Dept 3625
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 766-5204
ASTEC is the premiere audio/visual services provider on campus. Since 1980, ASTEC has been providing free services to registered student organizations and paid services to the rest of the UW community. Student groups can get help with events from projectors for weekly meetings to large scale systems for special events. Visit the ASTEC page for more info.
Each year, ASUW sets aside money from students fees to be used on one-time special requests. This money has in the past funded things such as technology upgrades, artwork for union meeting rooms, and expansion of the UW Bike Library. Requests can be from anyone in the UW community for projects that enhance the campus experience. Requests are due early in the Fall Semester. More information can be found on the Special Projects Application or by emailing the ASUW Director of Finance (Ben McKay) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASUW started the DIA Shuttle program in attempt to fill a void in local services and provide shuttle service to the Denver International Airport. ASUW no longer staffs this program, but instead has worked with a local shuttle company to provide discounted rates to members of the UW community during times of high travel. Visit the DIA Shuttle Page for more information on current offerings.
The Purpose of ECO is to promote and improve student-led sustainability programs, events, and efforts across the University campus and throughout the greater Laramie community. ECO initiatives include Adopt-the-Campus, Adopt-the-Bin, Earth Week, and sustainable- and/or environment-related Service Days. Visit the ECO Council Page for more information and events.
Freshman Senate is the first year program for students interested in collegiate government and general campus involvement. The group is open to any first year student and meets every Tuesday at 5pm in the Union Senate Chambers. Visit the Freshman Senate page for more information.
NTSC is an organization of students who advocate by identifying concerns, increasing awareness, and providing a collective voice for the non-traditional student community of the University of Wyoming. Visit the Non-Traditional Student Council for more information.
Funding Board provides over $150,000 in funding each year to student groups of UW. This includes large scale events happening each year and one time programs that student groups want to put on. The RSO Funding Board also has limited funds available for Conference Registration fees for student groups. Visit the Funding Board Page for more information and forms related to funding requests.
The ASUW Students' Attorney Program offers legal services to all fee paying UW students. The Program is funded through the allocation of a portion of the ASUW fee paid each semester by fee paying students. The consultation services provided by the Students' Attorney Program are free, therefore, to those students who have prepaid their fee packages. Visit the Students' Attorney page for more info.
The purpose of the United Multicultural Council is to improve the campus climate through community education, progressive action and appropriate reactions to diversity and social justice issues as they arise, and increased communication in the promotion of respect for diversity and social justice at the University of Wyoming.
The UW Early Care and Education Center is a state of the art facility serving families of the University of Wyoming as well as the Laramie community. Administered by the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences in the College of Agriculture, it is also supported by the Associated Students of the University of Wyoming (ASUW) and works in partnership with the College of Education, UW Apartments and Residence Life as well as several other departments on campus. Visit the UW Child Care Center page for more information