The 23rd annual joint open house of Wisconsin’s private, nonprofit colleges and universities will be held July 8–13, 2019.
July 9 – 14, 2018 | Statewide open house at Wisconsin’s private, nonprofit colleges and universities
Great locations, affordability, smaller class sizes, and four-year graduation rates are just a few of the advantages Wisconsin’s private nonprofit colleges and universities have to offer.
The out-of-pocket cost to attend a private, nonprofit college can be surprisingly affordable.
The 26th annual WorkForce Career and Internship Fair drew over 180 employers and graduate schools and over 1,000 students and recent graduates.
Get the ACT codes for Wisconsin’s private, nonprofit colleges. Your scores can be sent to four colleges free of charge.
Admissions reps share their advice on how to apply for college.
Go beyond the brochures – take a tour of a private college in Wisconsin.
A good academic reputation is cited as the #1 factor in choosing a college. Learn about ours.
Dr. Rolf Wegenke, president of WAICU, appeared on TV to talk about private college options, affordability, and advantages.