Welcome, Warhawks! Move-in Day for first-year students is Sunday, Sept. 4. Returning students are encouraged to move in on Monday, Sept. 5, or Tuesday, Sept. 6.
T-Pain will perform in a UW-Whitewater exclusive concert on Tuesday, Sept. 6, at Kachel Fieldhouse.
Featuring the work of seven artists, the newest exhibition at Crossman Gallery is "FABRICation," a collection of mixed media inspired by a rich history of textiles, from drapery to quilts.
We invite all faculty, students, staff, alumni and community members to submit ideas and feedback to help the campus implement a new plan for our future.
As members of the Warhawk family, all of us have a responsibility to treat one another with respect and dignity. We want to know about your experiences and hear your ideas to improve campus culture.
Watch as UW-Whitewater students explore the prairie restoration area north of campus in search of native mammal species.
International students had a fun opportunity to practice their English and learn about a proud Wisconsin tradition during a field trip of the campus's English Language Academy.
Five UW-Whitewater graduating seniors were commissioned as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army during a military ceremony.
More than $50,000 is up for grabs for savvy entrepreneurs who wish to start a new business as part of a competition sponsored by UW-Whitewater alumni.
Warhawk student teachers and their seventh-grade pupils worked with an award-winning muralist to create panels of artwork as a way to assess student learning.
Beverly Kopper is the 16th chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
Our outstanding academic programs combine dynamic classroom discussions, team projects and research opportunities.
From the arts to the sciences and beyond, UW-Whitewater students are conducting research and contributing new knowledge to their disciplines.
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