Private colleges are often perceived as elite, top-dollar institutions that are more expensive than their public counterparts. However, the facts suggest otherwise. […]
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The 23rd annual joint open house of Wisconsin’s private, nonprofit colleges and universities will be held July 8–13, 2019.
Internships are increasingly becoming a staple on college graduates’ resumes – and for good reason. They’re a “win-win” for both students and employers.
College tours are your chance to decide if this is a place where you could want to begin the next chapter of your life.
July 9 – 14, 2018 | Statewide open house at Wisconsin’s private, nonprofit colleges and universities
A career path beyond wildest expectations: from intern to full-time employee at the Zoological Society of Milwaukee
Samantha Martinson is thriving in her career, which bridges the gap between science and the humanities, at ZSM, where she interned as a college student.
Abigail Swanson is a political science major at St. Norbert College, whose experiences and education have led her to become an advocate for others.
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.
Consider these 10 questions to identify what’s important to you before visiting colleges.