UW-WC Hosts Open House for New Students

Saturday, March 8, 9am-noon
By UW-Washington County

UW-Washington County (UW-WC) is presenting an opportunity for interested students to learn more about college and the West Bend campus. The Campus Open House with an information fair atmosphere is planned for Saturday, March 8 from 9am until noon. High school juniors, seniors, parents as well as non-traditional age adults interested in returning to college are welcome to attend. Reservations are requested and can be made by phoning the Student Affairs office at 262-335-5201 or online (use link below).

OPEN HOUSE REGISTRATION - Saturday, March 8 (9:00am-noon)

The Open House will take place on the third floor of the Collins Science wing and will feature an information fair type atmosphere. Stations will be available that relate to all aspects of college life – including admissions, financial aid, scholarships, athletics, student organizations and more.  The open house is not three hours long – rather students can stop in at any time between 9am and noon. Presentations will be available on the hour at 9am, 10am and 11am in room 305 and campus tours will be available every half hour.

Information about the admissions process, financial aid and scholarships, guaranteed transfer program and the collaborative bachelor degree programs will be available. Tuition cost comparison will also be discussed (see table below). Students can save substantial dollars on tuition by beginning their education at UW-Washington County. In addition, the quality of the education is very high with qualified, experienced professors teaching in small class settings.

Tuition Cost Comparison


Tuition & Fees*

Yearly Savings

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Cardinal Stritch






*2013/2014 – does not include room & board.

UW-WC is a member of the University of Wisconsin System, and serves almost 1,000 students from 17 area high schools. It is located at 400 University Drive in West Bend (just off Hwy. 33 West).  Free parking is available in the student lot.


Sue Bausch