You are a part of a great tradition. What began in 1868 as a teacher preparation school in a small Wisconsin town is a vibrant university that reaches across the world. Student success is our driving purpose; it’s a mission close to our heart. And likely yours.
Excellent teaching and mentoring from faculty and access to exceptional student experiences have been a hallmark of a UW-Whitewater education, and the driving force behind student and alumni success.
The Warhawk Emergency Fund provides one-time grants to support non-tuition financial emergencies, such as health care, housing and food stability, that can become a roadblock on the path to graduation.
The King/Chávez Scholars Program provides students with a comprehensive first-year experience through participation in a residential living experience, connected courses and exposure to High Impact Educational Practices.
UHP is an academic experience for motivated undergraduate students who seek an intellectually enriched learning environment. The program provides small classes and seminars that are led by some of the university's most accomplished teachers and scholars.
Participation in extra-curricular and co-curricular activities increases student retention and graduation and results in more engaged employees in the workforce.
The addition of the Mary Poppe Chrisman Success Center is the first step in expanding academic support service growth and learning technology to raise academic success now and in the future.
Great professors are the driving force behind a great education, and professorships and fellowships are essential to attracting and retaining top academic talent.
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Katharine Kuznacic '05, MBA '21
Interim Vice Chancellor for University Relations, College of Integrated Studies (UW-Rock County) Liaison