University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse continues to position itself among the country's elite public universities. UWL offers nearly 100 undergraduate academic programs in 30 disciplines, 21 graduate programs and two doctoral programs. Students learn directly from professors, not assistants. A 19:1 student-faculty ratio means small classes, an average of 28 students. Students learn directly from professors — including the Wisconsin Professor of the Year, an honor UWL faculty have earned four times in five years. The university is organized into three academic colleges and two schools: the College of Business Administration, College of Science and Health, College of Liberal Studies, the School of Arts and Communication (housed within the College of Liberal Studies), and the School of Education, Professional and Continuing Education. UWL offers much to western Wisconsin by hosting cultural events, regional and national conferences, and prominent speakers. UWL works cooperatively with other area education and medical institutions to foster cutting-edge health care in the region, as well as a state-of-the-art health research and education facility.
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