The University Of Wisconsin , La-crosse

  • Established: 1909
  • Type: Public / University / The University Of Wisconsin , La-crosse
  • Total Students: 10580

About The University Of Wisconsin , La-crosse

The University of Wisconsin—La Crosse, known for short as UW—L, is a member campus of the Madison-based state university system. There are close to 90 undergraduate majors, and a variety of study-abroad options that about 20 percent of students utilize. Students have more than 180 clubs and organizations to join, as well as Division III sports teams, the UW—L Eagles, which compete in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and are supported by school mascot Colbert the Eagle. The 128-acre (52 ha) campus is located in a residential section of La Crosse. The extensive landscape of grassy fields, trees, flowers, and other vegetation gives the campus a distinct park-like feel. The university has limited vehicle traffic on campus. In 2006, UW-La Crosse received a "Grand Award" at the 2006 Green Star Awards competition for its campus landscaping from the Professional Grounds Management Society. 

At a Glance

  • Total Students Population: 11000+
  • Total International students population: 100+
  • Countries representative : 43+
  • Average Class size: 28 students
  • Kiplinger's Personal Finance No.4 Best College value under $30,000.
  • U.S. News and World Report NO. 6 Top Public University in the midwest
  • One of only 23 colleges nationwide recognized by US News & World Report for stellar undergraduate research & creative project
  • #19 Best college town in America

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Courses Offered

Accounting

Area of Study Business and Management
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Applied & Environmental Microbiology

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Archaeological Studies

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
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Arts

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
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Biochemistry

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Biology

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Chemistry

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Clinical Laboratory Science

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Communications

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
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Computer Engineering

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Athletic Training

Area of Study Health Science, Public Health , Medicine and Pharmacy
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Biology

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Clinical Exercise Physiology

Area of Study Health Science, Public Health , Medicine and Pharmacy
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Clinical Laboratory Science

Area of Study Health Science, Public Health , Medicine and Pharmacy
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Computer Science

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Data Sciences

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
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Data Sciences

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Exercise and Sport Science

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Information Technology Management

Area of Study Business and Management
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Occupational Theraphy

Area of Study Health Science, Public Health , Medicine and Pharmacy
Intake
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Estimated Tution and Other Fees

Bachelor's Degree

Tution Fee
$18500
Accomodation & Other Fees
$4780
Application Fee
$50
Total
$23330

Master's Degree

Tution Fee
$20600
Accomodation & Other Fees
$4780
Application Fee
$56
Total
$25436

Requirements

Bachelor's Degree

Minimum GPA Total
2.5
Minimum level of Education
High School
Minimum TOEFL
61
Minimum IELTS
6
Minimum Pearson
54

Master's Degree

Minimum GPA Total
3
Minimum level of Education
Bachelor's Degree
Minimum TOEFL
79
Minimum IELTS
6
Minimum Pearson
40

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