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University of Wisconsin-Madison

From its main campus located atop a hilltop in Wisconsin’s state capital, the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a 4-year public institution and the flagship campus of the UW system. Founded in 1848 at the same time that Wisconsin achieved statehood...

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The University of Wisconsin-Madison offers the rare combination of academic rigor and excellence, a huge social scene, a beautiful campus, and endless opportunities for involvement. Whether you are a business student, a future engineer, or majoring...

” – Austin from Downers Grove, IL
University of Wisconsin-Platteville

Originally founded as the state’s first teacher preparatory academy, the University of Wisconsin-Platteville is a 4-year public school and part of the UW System. UW-Platteville is home to colleges of Business, Engineering, and Liberal Arts conferring...

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There are a lot of different classes that are offered at Platteville. You get to pick and choose which classes you want to take.

” – Marissa from Oregon, WI
University of Wisconsin-River Falls

University of Wisconsin in River Falls is a public, liberal arts institution in the western region of the state. About 30 minutes from the Twin Cities, the 303-acre campus is home to four colleges offering 70+ areas of study on the banks of the...

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At River Falls you get a lot of hands on education, and they want you to succeed. They offer help rooms and free tutoring. The teachers are extremely friendly and are always willing to answer your questions. Many of the professors are still actively...

” – Maurisha from Elkhart Lake, WI
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Chippewa Valley Technical College is a 2-year technical and community college with five campuses in west central Wisconsin. In addition to its degree and certificate offerings, CVTC provides access to apprenticeships in 13 disciplines. Through the...

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cvtc is a great school. the teachers are great and don't be afraid to ask questions or say i don't know to questions the teachers ask because the teachers want to know whether you are learning in their course or not. they are very helpful as long as...

” – Seng from Eau Claire, WI
Fox Valley Technical College

Fox Valley Technical College is a public, 2-year institution established in Appleton, Wisconsin. Along with the main campus, FVTC also maintains a large number of satellite campuses and centers throughout the region, including the recently built...

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I love that I am doing hands on things everyday I am here. I feel as though I am working one step closer each and everyday towards my dreams, and learning more than I ever expected.

” – Elizabeth from De Pere, WI
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With a main campus a short drive from Lake Michigan, Lakeshore Technical College is a technical and vocational school in northeast Wisconsin. LTC confers degrees and certificates in over 100 career and technical programs. For students wanting hands...

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Mid-State Technical College is a 2-year technical school with four campuses in central Wisconsin. Mid-State is home to over 60 technical and career-training academic programs granting degrees and certificates. In addition, Mid-State provides the...

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Northcentral Technical College is a 2-year technical institution with a main campus and five regional centers in central Wisconsin. NTC offers over 190 academic programs and houses three centers of excellence in Agriculture, Wood Technology, and...

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Great, affordable, encouraging

” – Marilyn from Venezuela
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Northeast Wisconsin Technical College is a public, 2-year institution established in Green Bay, with 16 satellite facilities throughout the region including two additional campuses in Marinette and Sturgeon Bay. NWTC offers more than 200 career and...

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i am very happy with nwtc. i like all of my teachers, and the advisors are always willing to help.

” – Kristin from Sturgeon Bay, WI
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Southwest Wisconsin Technical College is a 2-year community college and trade school serving a nine county area. Southwest Tech is home to over 70 academic programs granting degrees and certificates and its Farm Operations & Management program...

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Western Technical College is a public, 2-year institution established in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Degree-seeking students attending Western have the option to enroll in both associate’s degree programs and apprenticeship programs in order to prepare for...

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Western is a great school with awesome hands on labs where you get the best hands on training and the time needed to learn at your own pace. The faculty and staff are all professional and willing to help you out with anything you need and are...

” – Scott from La Crescent, MN
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Blackhawk Technical College maintains four campuses in southern Wisconsin offering degrees and certificates in 47 programs. Blackhawk recognizes the diverse scheduling needs of its students by offering numerous courses online, via interactive TV, and...

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My classes so far have been very informative. The instructors are top-notch so far, and have a genuine interest in student success.

” – Chad from Beloit, WI
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Founded by the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians, Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College is a 2-year tribal college in northern Wisconsin. LCOOCC confers degrees and certificates in 17 academic programs dedicated to...