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Academics

The University of Wisconsin branch campuses UW–Platteville Baraboo Sauk CountyUW-Eau Claire – Barron CountyUW Oshkosh-UW-Fond du LacUW Oshkosh-UW-Fox ValleyUW–Green Bay, Manitowoc CampusUW–Stevens Point at WausauUW-Green Bay, Marinette CampusUW–Stevens Point at MarshfieldUW–Platteville RichlandUW-Whitewater at Rock CountyUW–Green Bay, Sheboygan CampusUW–Milwaukee at Washington County, UW-Waukesha and UW Colleges Online offer the essential freshman and sophomore curriculum to prepare you for the workforce and for a successful transition to a bachelor's degree program.  

Choose your path

Discover your passion with coursework that's a foundation for more than 200 majors and careers.  You can earn an Associate of Arts and Sciences degree that fulfills UW System general education requirements.  Stay local to earn a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS), a skills-based degree offered on six campuses designed to help busy adults advance their career.  You can also earn a bachelor's degree on campus through collaborations with UW System 4-year universities. Degree programs vary by campus.

Receive personalized attention

You will receive personalized attention through small class sizes with faculty who are dedicated to teaching and are experts in their field.  Learn outside of the classroom by working with faculty members in original research and participating in community improvement through service-learning. 

Effective July 1, 2018, the 13 “brick-and-mortar” two-year campuses joined seven of the UW System’s four-year comprehensive or research institutions as branch campuses. Each two-year campus is now accredited through their affiliated four-year university. UW Colleges Online will continue to offer courses for 2018-19.