World-class education, affordable tuition
At the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, we’re seeking Pioneers who want to change the world, make a difference, and create solutions. Whether your goal is to be an engineer, educator, or entrepreneur; a visual artist or veterinarian; an architect or archeologist, we offer an academic program that will prepare you to succeed. You can choose from more than 60 academic majors.
We offer nationally-recognized programs in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. We have launched new, exciting collaborative programs, including nursing and physician assistant studies, that will train you for a career in healthcare. You can learn about the latest innovations in agriculture or gain the skills you need to start your career in environmental conservation and sustainability.
If you’re passionate about the arts, you can learn to master your craft through our programs in fine arts, music, theatre, and more. If you’re applying to college with a clear path to a career field, or you’re looking for the opportunity to discover what excites and inspires you, UW-Platteville is the perfect place to begin your college journey and our admission office will help you every step of the way.
What type of student are you?
UW-Platteville is a smart investment because of the in-state tuition price, the ratio of professors to students, and the opportunities for hands-on experience.
—Isabelle Varga, Forensic Investigation
Meet our colleges
When you choose your academic major, you will find your home within one of our three colleges within the university. Learn more about our colleges.
College of Business, Industry, Life Science & Agriculture
We take pride in developing future leaders, researchers, entrepreneurs, and innovators. We offer one of the leading agriculture programs in Wisconsin, with facilities that include a 430-acre working farm.
College of Engineering, Mathematics & Science
We are a national leader in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, preparing graduates for careers in highly-paid, growing fields. U.S. News & World Report ranked us #39 in Best Undergraduate Engineering programs.
College of Liberal Arts & Education
We develop graduates for lives of leadership and service, critical and creative thinking, and stewardship of place, through the study of subjects that include criminal justice and forensic investigation, performing and visual arts, humanities, and education.