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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.
Wisconsin’s private, nonprofit colleges offer over 380 majors. You can search them with a handy feature on our website.