Colleges and Universities of Wisconsin

Merrill Hall at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

Wisconsin, along with Minnesota and Michigan, was among the leaders of the Midwest in the emerging American state university movement after the Civil War in the United States. At the beginning of the 20th century, the state spoke out for the "Wisconsin Idea," which emphasized service to the people of the state. The "Wisconsin Idea" illustrated the progressive movement in the colleges and universities of that time.

Today, public post-secondary education in Wisconsin includes both the 26-campus Wisconsin University System, with the flagship University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the 16-campus Wisconsin Technical College System

Alverno College •

Beloit College •

Cardinal Stritch University •

Carroll College •

Carthage College •

Concordia University •

Edgewood College •

Lakeland College •

Lawrence University •

Marian College of Fond du Lac •

Marquette University •

Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design •

Milwaukee School of Engineering •

Mount Mary College •

Northland College •

Ripon College •

St. Norbert College •

Silver Lake College •

University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire •

University of Wisconsin - Green Bay •

University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse •

University of Wisconsin - Madison •

University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee •

University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh •

University of Wisconsin - Parkside •

University of Wisconsin - Platteville •

University of Wisconsin - River Falls •

University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point •

University of Wisconsin - Stout •

University of Wisconsin - Superior •

University of Wisconsin - Whitewater •

Viterbo College •

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