Our two-year UW campuses offer affordable tuition and admit every qualified student who applies. We will maintain existing tuition levels for classes currently offered at the two-year institutions to keep them affordable for students and families. Uniting our two-year campuses with our four-year comprehensive and research institutions allows us to maintain affordable tuition.

  1. Patrick Guering starts exploration of geoscience opportunities at UW-Fond du Lac

    Patrick Guering

    Patrick Guering selected UW-Fond du Lac as an affordable entry to explore his opportunities in […]

  1. Emily Shipman gets start on phys ed degree at UW-Stevens Point at Marshfield

    Emily Shipman

    Emily Shipman’s decision of becoming a phys ed teacher became clear after her first classes at […]

  1. West Bend fire chief drawn to help people, to make a difference

    Gerald Kudek photo

    Gerald Kudek joined West Bend’s fire department in 1984 after completing associate’s degree at UW-Milwaukee […]

  1. Working with children drives Angela Greco toward psychology degree

    Angela Greco photo

    Angela Greco starts at UW-Fox Valley as an affordable option toward combining her love working with children […]

  1. Affordable tuition at UW-Fox Valley key for Erika Cortes

    Erika Cortes

    Erika Cortes seeks to advance career through affordable opportunities at UW-Fox Valley. Read Erika’s spotlight. 

  1. April Nutt pursues degree 25 years after high school

    April Nutt student at UW-Eau Claire - Barron County

    UW-Eau Claire – Barron County provides a close to home and less expensive opportunity for […]

  1. Emily Catena builds work ethic to accomplish career ambitions

    UW-Sheboygan student Emily Catena holds down two jobs as she looks to transfer to UW-Madison. […]

  1. Managing class and work sets course for Zen Johnson

    Zen Johnston juggled a full class schedule and four jobs during his time at UW-Rock […]