College of Liberal Arts and Education Mission

The University of Wisconsin-Platteville College of Liberal Arts and Education provides you a foundation for future professional growth and life-long learning.

UW-Platteville Mission

UW-Platteville provides associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in a spectrum of disciplines including science, technology, engineering, mathematics, criminal justice, education, business, agriculture, and liberal arts. You’ll benefit from a personal, hands-on approach to teaching so you become broader in perspective, intellectually more astute, ethically more responsible, and contribute wisely as an accomplished professional and knowledgeable citizen in a diverse global community.

UW-Platteville Strategic Planning

Strategic Planning: Basic Values, Strategic Plan Priorities and Resources

College of LAE Strategic Planning Work Group

  • Jen Collins, School of Education
  • Bob Demaree, music/performing and visual arts
  • Lynette Dornak, geography
  • Shane Drefcinski, philosophy/humanities
  • Elizabeth Gates, psychology
  • David Gillota, English/humanities
  • Gail Hoffman, health/education, UW-Platteville Richland
  • Dong Isbister, women’s and gender studies/social sciences
  • Evan Larson, geography
  • Shan Sappleton, political science/social sciences
  • Valerie Stackman, criminal justice
  • Todd Stradford, geography
  • Nancy Turner, history
  • Eliot Manuel, student
  • Staci Strobl, criminal justice

LAE Dean's List

Every semester we recognize students with a grade point average of 3.75 or higher & 12 completed credits. 

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