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The Jerry and Fran Cooper Living and Learning Center is a retreat center located in southwest Wisconsin at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville's Pioneer Farm, seven miles from the main campus. The retreat center is located in the heart of the Midwest with a central location for residents of Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

It is available to groups and individuals for lodging, meetings, and outdoor recreational space. The university uses it for youth camps, department retreats, and meeting space. Guests of the campus, as well as commuter faculty, staff and students also take advantage of the overnight space for convenience during the week. It is also available to the public to rent for private events such as church groups, family reunions, and quilting retreats.

There are 40 beds with 12 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. Bedrooms are private with bunk beds in majority of the bedrooms; linens and towels are provided. There is also a common lounge area, meeting room, a large furnished kitchen for preparing meals, and recreational areas (volleyball, horseshoes, campfire pit, bikes, and board games).

The Cooper Living and Learning Center is managed by a part-time manager that oversees a team of student employees who assist with the daily operations of the facility. It is part of the university's Auxiliary Services Department.

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