Abigail Swanson is a political science major at St. Norbert College, whose experiences and education have led her to become an advocate for others.
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Wisconsin’s private, nonprofit colleges offer over 380 majors. You can search them with a handy feature on our website.
The out-of-pocket cost to attend a private, nonprofit college can be surprisingly affordable.
Natalie Busalacchi is a first-generation student who will soon complete her nursing degree at Marquette University.
Lexi Dittrich is a communications student at Alverno College and a recipient of the Wisconsin Grant.
The 26th annual WorkForce Career and Internship Fair drew over 180 employers and graduate schools and over 1,000 students and recent graduates.
Ben Meunier, an anthropology student at Lawrence University, plans to give back through public service after graduation.
Catalina Gonzalez, a recipient of the Wisconsin Grant, is pursuing her degree at Mount Mary University.