The Select Mission Of The University Of Wisconsin-Platteville
In addition to the system and core missions, the University of Wisconsin-Platteville has the following select mission:
- The University enables each student to become broader in perspective, more literate, intellectually more astute, ethically more sensitive, and to participate wisely in society as a competent professional and knowledgeable citizen.
- The University provides baccalaureate degree programs which meet primarily regional needs in arts and sciences, teacher education, business, and information management.
- The University provides baccalaureate degree programs and specialized programs in middle school education, engineering, technology management, agriculture, and criminal justice which have been identified as institutional areas of emphasis.
- The University should provide graduate programs in areas clearly associated with its undergraduate emphases in education, agriculture, technology management, and engineering.
- The University provides an Extended Degree Program in Busines Administration for non-traditional students throughout the state.
- The University provides cooperative graduate instructional and research programs in agriculture with other University of Wisconsin system institutions.
- The University expects scholarly activity, including research, scholarship and creative endeavor, that supports its programs at the baccalaureate degree level, its selected graduate programs, and its special mission.
- The University serves the needs of women, minority, disadvantaged and nontraditional students and seeks racial and ethnic diversification of the student body and the professional faculty and staff.
- The University serves as an educational, cultural and economic development resource to southwestern Wisconsin.