Administrative & Support Departments and Offices
The Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowment, stewarded by the Medical College of Wisconsin, has a mission to work with partners to serve as a catalyst for positive change in the health of Wisconsin communities.
The Office of Academic Affairs encompasses several student related divisions: Admissions, Academic Support Services, Curriculum, Educational Services, Multicultural Student Affairs, Registrar, Student Affairs, Student Financial Services, and Student Support Services.
Medical College of Wisconsin/Marquette Medical Alumni Association includes over 17,000 alumni. Find out about reunions and events, read MCW Magazine, and the Office of Alumni Relations.
Programs and activities that include the news media, corporate publications, website, special programs, logos and photography.
MCW's Office of Faculty Affairs enables MCW to recruit, develop, and retain an array of faculty members who are distinguished in their field.
Corporate Compliance creates comprehensive strategies to ensure the College is consistently complying with the federal and state regulations relating to our missions.
The Office of Research is an integrated resource for facilitating scientific discovery through administrative support of investigators, education and training, and ensuring regulatory compliance.
eBridge Support is a site containing announcements, training, and training resources to support your use of the eBridge system.
The Medical College of Wisconsin's commitment to public and community health extends throughout the College and is integrated across its priorities in research, education, clinical care and community engagement.
Learn about opportunities to support medical education and research at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Welcome to OnCore Support, where you will find all "how to" documentation for OnCore users at MCW.
Office of Grants and Contracts (GCO) supports investigators and the MCW research community in submitting competitive and compliant research.
Billing information for Medical College of Wisconsin Physicians and Children’s Specialty Group.
The Human Research Protection Program has a primary mission to protect the rights, welfare and privacy of all individuals participating in research sponsored by MCW and Froedtert Hospital.
The Medical College of Wisconsin Human Resources focuses on attracting, recruiting, hiring and retaining quality staff.
The Medical College of Wisconsin's Public Safety provides a variety of public safety programs and services to members of the campus community.
Information Services provides a variety of services to campus users such as Internet service, network services, file services, backup services, email services, financial applications, and data center services.
The MCW Purchasing Department mission is to provide a central purchasing authority and to provide purchasing guidance and support for the departmental procurement of goods and services insuring compliance with all MCW policies and procedures as well as applicable federal and state regulations.
The IBC has the responsibility to assures the safe use of recombinant DNA (rDNA) as outlined by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
The Medical College of Wisconsin Office of Radiation Safety provides information and essential documents to MCW faculty and staff who use Radioactive Materials.
We are the primary provider of information services for affiliates of MCW, CHW and FH, as well as patients, families and visitors.
The Research Computing Center provides campus-wide access to resources required for computationally intensive biomedical research. This includes high performance computing and research-specific software.
MCW Magazine will highlight the work, clinical and research achievements of MCW faculty, alumni, donors, donor-funded projects and other MCW community groups. It will also be a vehicle to keep our readers connected to MCW and its major timely issues and events.
A guide for investigators developed by the Office of Research.
As a part of the Office of Research, Research Systems Training provides support to the research community. We offer personalized eBridge training for investigators and research staff.
MCW Patient Relations addresses patient concerns and feedback, acts as a liaison between patients and health care providers, and provides financial assistance.
The Office of Technology Development helps the investigator manage discoveries, inventions, and other intellectual property and advance these discoveries from Patents to Patients®.
Risk Management offers a broad array of healthcare risk management services to MCW’s 2,000+ clinical faculty and staff.