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Precollege Liaisons

Contact your institution’s Precollege Liaison for information on planning Youth programs on campus.

Resources for Precollege and Youth Activities

Resources for UW System Precollege Liaisons to support youth programming compliance requirements.

More Information

UW System institutions offer hundreds of academic and recreational pre-college programs and activities to youth ages 5-18, such as college and career exploration, academic skill-building, and academic and personal enrichment in the arts, sports, leadership, and STEM. The goal of the Office of Compliance is to ensure each institution has the proper protections to provide a safe environment for minors that participate in pre-college and youth programs on our campuses, as well, providing training so that all UW System employees understand how to report child abuse and neglect if they observe or learn of an incident.

The UW System Office of Compliance and Integrity works to help each institution ensure they have the proper protections to provide a safe environment for minors on our campuses. We support youth programs by

  • sharing expertise on youth protection policies and best practices;
  • providing guidance on establishing and enforcing specific processes for programs to meet youth protection standards;
  • offering youth protection training and professional development for program staff, administrators, and other adult leaders of youth programs.

Covid-19 Resources

To ensure the safety of children, families, and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, precollege and youth activities will monitor the evolving circumstances and lean on the expertise, guidance, and recommendations from the University of Wisconsin-System, Public Health Madison and Dane County (PHMDC), and the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP). Programs will also monitor information provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and other federal, state, and county agencies.

Report Child Abuse

What is child abuse and when to report?

Professional Development Series

Returning Youth to Campuses Post Covid-19 Closures