Wisconsin Colleges Summary
Wisconsin boasts more than 90 colleges and adult education institutions, and also has more than 330,000 students. Average SAT scores at colleges that require them are relatively high in Wisconsin, in fact it is one of eight states with an average SAT score over 530. For-profit schools are comparatively uncommon in Wisconsin. It is one of eight states with less than a quarter of its post-secondary schools are for-profit, and also one of eight with less than one in fifty of its students attending for-profit institutions.
The largest school by far in the state is the University of Wisconsin. It has more than 150,000 students across its locations in Madison, Milwaukee, Oshkosh, Whitewater, Eau Claire, La Crosse, Stevens Point, Stout, Platteville, River Falls, Green Bay, Parkside, and Superior (locations are ordered by size from largest to smallest).
There are five other colleges in Wisconsin with more than 10,000 Students. The largest of these is Milwaukee Area Technical College, with a bit more than 18,000 students. The other are: Madison Area Technical College, University of Wisconsin Colleges, Marquette University, and Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. On the smaller side of things, there are more than 20 schools with under 100 students.
The mailing address and web site address for the Department of Public Instruction in Wisconsin is as follows:
125 South Webster Street
P.O. Box 7841
Madison, WI 53707-7841