Credit Outreach

Credit Outreach courses have been specially designed for part-time undergraduate, graduate and professional students.

The courses have been scheduled during convenient late afternoon, evening and weekend time slots at strategic locations throughout our service area and via distance learning technologies to accommodate diverse working schedules.

Summer Session

Summer Session offers students the opportunity to accelerate their degree programs, earn credits toward professional licensure, and enjoy classes taken for personal enrichment.

Session One: May 26 to June 12
Session Two: June 15 to July 3
Session Three: July 6 to July 24
Session Four: July 27 to August 14

Travel Study

The UW-Whitewater Office of Continuing Education offers short-term travel study courses to destinations within the United States. Travel study courses are led by faculty members from different disciplines and students can earn undergraduate or graduate credit from a variety of academic departments. Travel occurs primarily in the Winterim and Summer Session.

Fairhaven Lecture Series

Among the most important service activities that UW-Whitewater provides within the region is the Fairhaven Lecture Series. For nearly 30 years, UW-Whitewater faculty and staff and area business and community leaders have been delivering multi-disciplinary lectures to thousands of people. All lectures are open to the public at no charge and are held on Mondays at 3:00 pm during the academic year at the Fellowship Hall, Fairhaven Retirement Community, 435 West Starin Road in Whitewater, Wisconsin. Guest/street parking is adjacent to the building. Please join us, won’t you?
Fairhaven Lecture Series Online
All lectures are open to the public at no charge and are held on Mondays at the Fellowship Hall, Fairhaven Retirement Community, 435 West Starin Road in Whitewater, Wisconsin. Guest/street parking is adjacent to the building.

Winterim

Winterim is a three-week session held between the Fall and Spring terms designed to help students keep on track for graduation. It features sections of courses that tend to fill up quickly during the academic year.

Winterim sessions begin shortly after New Year's Day and conclude on the Friday before Martin Luther King Day. Depending on the calendar, however, Winterim may begin in late December.

Camps and Conferences

The Office of Continuing Education Services welcomes you to visit our camps and conferences website! Each year our office serves thousands of people from age four to eighty!

We offer camps, workshops, conferences and non-credit classes ranging in size from five people to several thousand.

School of Graduate Studies

The School of Graduate Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater oversees programs whose goal is to provide high quality, practitioner-oriented programs that use knowledge and skills acquired through baccalaureate degrees as a foundation for advanced preparation and professional development for careers in business and industry, education and human services.

LEARN Center

Designed by faculty and academic staff, the Learning Enhancement, Assessment, and Reasearch Network Center was established on the UW-Whitewater campus in 1998.

Its mission is to assist faculty and instructional academic staff in their ongoing efforts to develop and refine their skills as teacher/scholars, and to support academic programs in their efforts to optimize student learning.

Partners In Education


The PIE program is a concurrent education program which provides a unique way to deliver rigorous curriculum to qualified high school students by allowing them to earn college credit while still fully engaged in the high school activities. By taking college credit in high school, students also set themselves apart by demonstrating that they can succeed in college classes.

Learning Communities

Colleges and universities across the country are looking for innovative ways to promote student learning, student retention, and student success. One of the most successful approaches has been Learning Communities.

Learning Communities are based on the principal that students learn very well from other students, and learning communities give you ample opportunity to do so!