University of Wisconsin-Platteville
University of Wisconsin, located in Platteville, Wisconsin, is a public university founded in 1866.
The University emerged as a result of merging of two schools: Wisconsin Institute of Technology and Wisconsin State College. It's one of the several University of Wisconsin school.
At current, the University offers bachelor as well as master degrees. It has three colleges serving over 7000 on-campus students and 3000 additional students in its distance education programs.
The three colleges are:
• The College of Business, Industry, Life Sciences and Agriculture — Majors offered include biology, industrial applications and agricultural sciences.
• The College of Liberal Arts and Education — Courses offered include social sciences, humanities, education and fine arts.
• The College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science — Majors offered include mechanical, computer science, chemistry, industrial, software engineering and the like.
All classes are taught by the professors themselves. In this way, there is direct contact being maintained between the faculty and students.
The Campus of the University features eleven residence halls and houses academic facilities, administrative offices, support departments and vision center. Also, catering and banquet facilities are being provided. Keeping in view the rapid growth of students being enrolled each year, there has been an addition of a new hall in 2012.
Apart from these, a student union known as the Pioneer Student Center was established at the heart of campus. The union serves as an activity hub and has a huge computer lab too. On-campus activities are a regular stuff here. Moreover, the union also houses coffee shop and dining complexes keeping in mind the catering needs of the Wisconsin members.
Further, University of Wisconsin has about 250 organizations and clubs. Being an associate of Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, the University has many club sports teams. Sports included are basketball, hockey, soccer, volleyball etc. Students take advantage of such opportunities and actively participate in it. Also, The Exponent is a weekly published student newspaper.
Besides these, the University is also committed in providing healthy and safe learning environment for its members. The faculty and the staff here are well-equipped so as to ensure that the students are practicing safety procedures in accordance with safety laws in their institutional region.
On the whole, the University of Wisconsin makes sure that its students are supported in every possible way. It is the oldest institution in Wisconsin and is regarded as amongst the safest campuses in US.
Since its inception, the University has served as a development resource in the cultural, educational and economic aspects and is living up to its name.
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