"The Fed Challenge team is the best that UW-Whitewater has to offer: working closely with faculty and the opportunity to have these exceptional out-of-class experiences. I know teams at bigger universities that don't get that opportunity." -Taylor Griffith, Class of '18, double major in economics and math.
Throughout its history, UW-Whitewater has given students not only a high-quality education but an outside-the-classroom experience that helps students thrive.
New programs, like the Warhawk Emergency Fund and Foster Youth, will assist our most financially vulnerable students through support services and grants for non-tuition-related emergencies.
New technology will allow faculty to observe student teachers virtually in their classrooms, expand tutoring services offered in the new Mary Chrisman Poppe Success Center and modernize Andersen Library.
The Student Opportunity Fund will allow our students to represent UW-Whitewater on a national level in athletics, undergraduate research, competitions, performances and national conferences — where awards are won and lifelong friendships made.
What students experience beyond the classroom positively impacts their well-being while in school and later in the workforce. An engaged student is more likely to graduate and become a committed employee.
Learn more about these University and College Initiatives on the Find Your Cause section of the Foundation website.