b"Colleges & UniversitiesA rich heritage of higher educationMilwaukee Area Technical CollegeW isconsin values education, and nowhere is this clearerPrograms, as well as its AACSB-accredited College of Business, than in its system of colleges and universities. Economics and Computing.More than 78,000 students are enrolled each year in the more than two dozen public and private four-year schools serving the region. These include nationally recognized universities, colleges,Marquette Universitytechnical schools and specialty schools. Two schools Marquette University is the largest private school in the region. A University of WisconsinMilwaukee and Marquette UniversityJesuit, Catholic university, Marquette serves just over 11,550account for more than half of the college students enrolled inundergraduate and graduate students from nearly every state and the five-county Milwaukee area. Specialty schools include the64 countries. Marquette offers 83 majors and 81 minors; pre-Milwaukee School of Engineering, the Medical College ofprofessional programs in dentistry, law and medicine, as well as Wisconsin and the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design. undergraduate programs for working adults and study abroad opportunities. Marquette offers 68 doctoral and master's degree programs, 22 graduate certificate programs, and a School of University of Wisconsin- Dentistry and Law School. Marquette ranks within the top 100 schools in the 2022 edition of Americas Best Colleges, which is Milwaukeepublished by U.S. News & World Report, and is also ranked 54th The University of WisconsinMilwaukee (UWM) has an ambitiousin Best Value Schools. Marquette was ranked the 6th best college dual mission thats unique in Wisconsin. It serves as both a top- nationally and the best college in Wisconsin for job placement, tier, public research university and an access institution that strivesaccording to Zippia.com. Founded in 1881, Marquette University is to provide students with equitable opportunities to earn a collegelocated just west of downtown Milwaukee. marquette.edu degree. Nestled in a quiet neighborhood on Milwaukees east side, UWMs main campus is just blocks from Lake Michigan, and additional campuses and facilities are spread across southeastPrivate SchoolsWisconsin. Its the states second-largest university, home toFollowing are the private, non-specialty four-year schools serving 24,000-plus students. UWM students can choose from more thanthe area:200 academic programs, including Wisconsins only schools ofAlverno College architecture, freshwater sciences and public health. UWM is a3400 S. 43rd St., Milwaukee; Enrollment: 1,822; weekday and significant contributor to Wisconsins workforce, and 74% of itsevening/online undergraduate class options for women; accelerated 200,000 alumni still live in the state. Its one of only 146 Unitedbachelors program for men and women; degree completion programs in States institutions to earn the highest rating for researchoftennursing and education; certificates, badges and continuing education called R1in the prestigious Carnegie Classification ofoptions; co-ed masters programs in business, education, nursing, Institutions of Higher Educations latest review. UWM partnerscommunity psychology, school psychology, music therapy, and music and with some 3,000 businesses and nonprofits that offer studentsliturgy; doctoral programs in nursing and education. alverno.edu opportunities to engage with a wide variety of organizations thatCardinal Stritch University are transforming our region. Its one of the nations top universities6801 N. Yates Rd., Milwaukee; Enrollment: 1,365; undergraduate for community engagement as classified by the Carnegiedegrees include education, business, health sciences, the fine arts and Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. UWM alsomore; graduate programs in nursing, clinical psychology, sports sponsors 15 NCAA Division I athletic teams, including Wisconsinsmanagement, leadership, education and business. stritch.edu only Division I baseball program. uwm.edu Carroll University 100 N. East Ave., Waukesha; Enrollment: 2,884 (undergraduate), 532 Two other four-year University of Wisconsin schools are located in(graduate); Curriculum: liberal arts and pre-professional in more than 95 the region. Nearly 12,000 students attend the University ofstudy areas; business school offers six graduate certificate programs.Wisconsin-Whitewater in Walworth County. Noted for its topTelephone: (262) 524-7373. carrollu.edu business school, it is home to Wisconsins largest AACSB- Concordia University Wisconsin accredited College of Business and Economics. Another 4,10012800 N. Lake Shore Dr., Mequon; Enrollment: 6,400; Curriculum: liberal students attend the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. Locatedarts, business, nursing, health professions, education, and pharmacy.between Racine and Kenosha, its known for its SignatureTelephone: (262) 243-5700. cuw.edu discovermilwaukee.com 45"