There’s a lot of history behind the names of Wisconsin’s private, nonprofit colleges and universities. Read on to find out what “Nashotah” means in the Chippewa language, who St. Norbert was, where the city of Carthage is located (spoiler alert: it’s not in Wisconsin), and how much a pound of bacon cost when Columbia College of Nursing was founded, among other fun facts.
Find your best fit at one of Wisconsin’s 24 private, nonprofit colleges Selecting a college is an exciting time for any student. […]
You may not have heard of her (yet), but you may recognize some of her work. Senior Communications Studies major at Edgewood […]
Growing up in Marathon, Collin Seubert’s grandfather gave him the nickname “The Why Kid.” Collin would follow his parents and grandparents around […]
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.
Viterbo University student, Alex Shaker, is a Wisconsin Grant recipient double majoring in business administration & management and leadership.
Oluwatomisin “Tomi” Ladeinde of Milwaukee is studying accounting at Cardinal Stritch University and is a Wisconsin Grant recipient.
We know that finding the right college or university is an exciting, yet sometimes overwhelming task. If you’re beginning your college search, […]