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Best Music Colleges & Programs in Wisconsin

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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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I can honestly say that every class I have taken here has been worthwhile. Even going beyond the information that I have learned in classes I have learned better study strategies. Every professor I have had has been extremely nice and willing to help...

” – Kelsey from Andover, MN
Lawrence University

Lawrence University is a liberal arts college and a conservatory of music located in Appleton, Wisconsin. On a bluff that overlooks the Fox River, the main campus is only one of three locations Lawrence University maintains. The 441-acre Bjorklunden...

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Lawrence is a wonderful, welcoming community with a variety of great programs and some extremely special professors. Winter can get pretty long at times, but there's lots to do if you can navigate the cold and get involved in activities. The best...

” – Stephanie from Seattle, WA
Carroll University

Carroll University is a selective liberal arts college located Waukesha, Wisconsin, with an affiliation to the Presbyterian Church. Established in 1846, Carroll University was the first 4-year higher learning institution in the state and began with...

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With smaller class sizes, its easy to talk to your professors. They actually take the time to get to know you and are willing to help when you need it. Plus with the SI program, if you need help studying, there is a peer being paid to take the class...

” – Mariah from McHenry, IL
Concordia University-Wisconsin

Concordia University Wisconsin is a welcoming community where everyone is known by name.  You have many choices at Concordia from playing on an athletic team, participating in clubs, pursuing a major that helps you achieve your academic goals, and...

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I have gone to private schools my entire life. Since the first grade I have known the same group of people. When I graduated high school, I wanted to leave Wisconsin and try public school. I met some interesting people, but to be honest, I felt like...

” – Sherron from Milwaukee, WI
Edgewood College

Edgewood College is a private liberal arts school based in Madison, Wisconsin, conferring bachelor’s degrees in 55 academic fields of study. The school was founded by, and maintains an affiliation with, the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters of the Roman...

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Edgewood is a great school if you want to live in a larger city, but yet attend a small school. The class sizes are smaller, but the professors take the time to make sure every student succeeds. The campus is beautiful and the atmosphere is great for...

” – Wisconsin
Lakeland University

Lakeland University is a private, 4-year institution established in Plymouth, Wisconsin. Along with its traditional class options, the college also offers flexible evening and online classes, as well as a special associate’s degree program at its...

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Awsome online classes and support for students.

” – Barbara from Lakewood, WI
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

The University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point is a 4-year institution located in Central Wisconsin. UWSP offers more than 120 undergraduate programs through its four colleges, complemented by the University College, which assists in the transition...

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The classes are small enough so you can get to know your teachers and ask for help on a one on one basis.

” – Jacquleyn from Mondovi, WI
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Founded by the Congregation of Sisters of Saint Agnes, Marian University is a Catholic liberal arts college in northeast Wisconsin. Marian offers bachelor’s degrees in 38 fields of study and all majors feature on-the-job training and service learning...

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i think it is an excellent school. i can tell the professors really care about what they teach and are always there for students when they need help. i feel very comfortable in marian's environment.

” – Sara from Beaver Dam, WI
Maranatha Baptist University

Maranatha Baptist University is a Christian college in southeast Wisconsin affiliated with the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship International. Maranatha offers bachelor’s degrees in 38 academic majors and 37 minors and all students are required to...

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Maranatha Baptist Bible College and Seminary is a Christian college that not only prepares people for church ministries, but also educates people to obtain degrees in areas like Nursing, Education, Business, Science, Music Performance, and more. The...

” – Dominique from Menomonie, WI
Carthage College

With campus on the shore of Lake Michigan, Carthage College is a liberal arts college in southeast Wisconsin affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church. Carthage offers bachelor’s degrees in over 50 areas of study and every major includes a...

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Carthage College is a great place to further one's education. The small class size allows each student to get to know each professor on a name to name basis. I have found that the professors are more than willing to help students; the student must...

” – Jensena from Portage, WI
Viterbo University

Founded by the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration as a teaching school for nuns, Viterbo University is a Franciscan Catholic liberal arts college in western Wisconsin. Viterbo is home to three colleges of Business, Education, and Health...

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Viterbo University is truly a home away from home! There is such a sense of community and welcome; I could feel it even while just visiting, but now that I actually attend, I am enveloped in the feeling of camaraderie. Along with the small class...

” – Mary from La Crosse, WI
Alverno College

Chartered in 1887 by the School Sisters of St. Francis, Alverno College is a Catholic women’s college in Milwaukee. Alverno confers bachelor’s degrees in 35 academic majors and 27 minors. In addition, Alverno eliminates letter grades and provides...

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Alverno College is not for the faint of heart. Alverno prepares you for your career, also known as your passion, alongside dedicated staff. Alverno College is great place to start your life long journey and learn how to do what you love.

” – Ashley from Milwaukee, WI
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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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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...

Milwaukee Area Technical College

Milwaukee Area Technical College is a public, 2-year institution located in the state of Wisconsin. Along with MATC’s main campus, the college also maintains three satellite locations in Mequon, Oak Creek, and West Allis. MATC offers flexible start...

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Milwaukee Area Technical College in Milwaukee, Wisconsin has helpful professors. The quality of the education is exceptional. The classes prepare you to work in the real world, implementing skills you learned in class.

” – Emily from Hales Corners, WI