Enhancing Quality of Life

Healing gardens, clean waterways, engaging public radio and television programs, and wide-open community-focused campuses. We’re covering the map with programs and services designed to educate, protect, inform, entertain and improve Wisconsin lives.

$440m
combined value of facilities
$90m
in capital raised for clients
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ENHANCING QUALITY OF LIFE IMPACT STORIES SUBMITTED 673

See how our institutions are enhancing quality of life throughout Wisconsin:


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Chad B

Being able to tap into UW-Extension services for both my professional and home life is invaluable.


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Nancy S

UW Colleges and Extension have enriched my life as a lifelong learner. I attended a class at UW-Marathon County (UWMC) my first semester as a high school senior in 1972, graduated high school midterm, and went to UWMC until 1975. Then I transferred to UW

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Amy B

I grew up in a small town and was a part of 4-H. Those were the best parts of my youth and my summers at the County Fair. The friends I made and the experiences I had were second to none.


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Tanja

I spent a year at UW-Richland as an exchange student from Switzerland. I took random classes such as art history, astronomy, Spanish and many more. But one class was better than all the others together �����geology.


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Phillip W

I tapped into UW-Marathon County (UWMC) because it was part of the community that I love! It kept me close to family for support and helped me build lasting relationships, which helped me quickly build my customer base as a banker.


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Wade M

Going to UW-Marathon County was the best choice I could have made for my first two years of college. Not only could you seek help from professors, it was always encouraged.


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Dan E

When I first decided to go back to school as a non-traditional student, I was scared. I was scared that I wouldn't be accepted and that I would fail. It was a chance I had to take. When all was said and done, I had a wonderful experience that changed my life.


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Austin P

UW-Marathon County introduced me up to the world of theater with great scripts and wonderful teachers. Now I live in Los Angeles and have an acting agent thanks to the confidence they gave me.


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Zen J

I started at UW-Rock County at age 16 because I wasn't ready to move away from my family and was afraid of all the things we hear about college before we start.


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