University of Wisconsin Colleges and the University of Wisconsin-Extension

The UW Colleges through its 13 freshman/sophomore campuses and provides the Associate of Arts and Science degree and the liberal arts foundation of the bachelor’s degree. The Colleges campuses prepare students for transfer to any four-year UW campus. Personal attention, small classes and modest cost are just a few of the ways the UW Colleges provides significant value to its students. While its campuses are small, UW Colleges students have access to the resources of the entire UW System, enabling them to access a world-class education, and the best start towards a rewarding life. The quality of the academic program is further substantiated by the high rates of its students who graduate with bachelor’s degrees after they transfer.


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