UW-Rock County is a valuable resource for the community. It serves not only the needs of students for quality post-secondary education, but also the needs of the community for continuing education, cultural events and faculty expertise in many disciplines.
Our Vision: Inspiring philanthropic support for the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
Our Mission: Encouraging, enabling and celebrating philanthropy with those who care about the University and providing a perpetual source of support for the University.
Your gift to the UW-Whitewater Foundation, Inc. plays a vital role at Rock County’s College of Integrated Studies by providing much-needed scholarships, professional development, non-budget items, and community programming to support students.
Donate by mail
Mail check payable to: UW-Whitewater Foundation, Inc.
800 West Main Street
Whitewater, WI 53190
Please indicate in the memo “Support College of Integrated Studies”
Donate online at uww.edu/give
Katie Kuznacic, Executive Director of Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement
Customer service Phone Number: 262-472-1105
The Foundation seeks to enhance UW-Whitewater at Rock County's intellectual and cultural capacity through the financial support of faculty, administration, and structures. Our mission is tri-fold:
As well as providing for students, the Foundation also is endeavoring to provide future learning opportunities for the faculty, whether that is through conferences, seminars, or memberships in academic arenas, assuring that the UW-Whitewater at Rock County faculty's instruction remains relevant and a cut-above the rest.
How to GiveThe UW-Rock County Foundation accepts cash, check, pledges, or monthly giving.
Contact Sue Conley for Questions
Volunteer Your Time"To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived, that is to have succeeded." -Ralph Waldo Emerson
Established in 1965, the UW-Whitewater at Rock County campus is a partnership between Rock County, which owns and maintains the land and facilities, and the State of Wisconsin through the University of Wisconsin, which pays salaries and operational expenses.
With a student population of about 900, the campus sits on 50 acres, has a 65,000-volume library, a living prairie, and a 225-seat theater. The campus offers collaborative degree programs with UW-Platteville, UW-Milwaukee, UW-Superior and UW-Whitewater, which allow students to complete a bachelor's degree on-site.
The UW-Rock County Foundation, Inc. encourages the enrollment of students who will add to the overall excellence of academic and co-curricular programs. The scholarship program is intended to provide financial support for, and recognition of, students who have demonstrated qualities of academic excellence, leadership, and/or financial need.
Applicants must first be admitted and enrolled in order to be awarded a Foundation Scholarship. After you are accepted, you will be given a username and password from the university. The scholarships will be divided equality, in most cases, unless there are special circumstances, between the fall and spring semesters.
Please Note: Foundation applications must be submitted to the appropriate person by the due date as described within the application materials.
UW-Rock County Foundation Scholarship Application (Applicaton materials available January 2022 for next scholarship cycle)
Wartman BAAS Scholar Application (for BAAS students)
Additional scholarship opportunities can be found on the UW-Whitewater Scholarships webpage.
UW-Whitewater at Rock County has a new solar photovoltaic system aimed at education and promotion of sustainable energy. Project leaders Dr. Robert McCallister, UW-Whitewater at Rock County professor of geography, and Dr. Dale Buechler, a UW-Platteville associate professor of engineering who teaches at UW-Whitewater at Rock County, welcome your ideas, questions and use of this information.
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Fascinating features of our solar project, including photos and ideas useful for home, business, and classroom: UW-Rock Solar Research. We will periodically update this information.
Please contact Bob McCallister
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