UW Madison Description
In University of Wisconsin in Madison is a research institution with plentiful academics and a rich assortment of cultural and other activities.
UW Madison grants more than 350 bachelor’s and graduate degrees through approximately 20 schools dedicated to such fields as;
UW Madison also has a Medical School and a School of Veterinary Medicine.
A university of high research activity, UW conducts research in such fields as Agribusiness, Astronomy, Economics, Linguistics, Medicine and Zoology.
UW’s cultural life includes a number of museums, a historical society, a campus radio station and several student newspapers and journals. Also, boasting more than 750 student organizations and clubs, there is no end of activity at UW Madison.
While grades are an important factor in the undergraduate admissions process, extracurricular activities, personal interests and accomplishments are also taken into consideration.
Wisconsin residents pay a reduced tuition and all students may apply for institutional scholarships as well as private scholarships and federal grants and loans.
Quick Facts about University of Wisconsin, Madison
Mid-size City Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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UW Madison Students
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- Freshman Class
- Total Students (Undergrads & Graduate Students)
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Students State Origin
- New York
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