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The Facts

Academics
  • 70+ areas of study available in four distinct colleges: (College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business and Economics, College of Education and Professional Studies)
  • Degrees awarded: Bachelor of Arts, Fine Arts, Music Education, Science, Social Work and Master of Arts, Business Administration, Science.
Students
  • 5,862 students
  • International students from 14 countries
  • 21:1 student/faculty ratio
Cost

The estimated costs below include tuition and fees, textbook rental, housing and dining.

  • Wisconsin resident: $14,660 per year
  • Minnesota resident: $15,765 per year
  • Midwest Student Exchange Program: $17,809 per year
  • Non-resident: $22,233 per year
Scholarships
  • 78 percent of students receive financial aid
  • $2M+┬áin scholarship aid awarded each year
Campus
  • 303 acres and 106 buildings on our main campus
  • Two lab farms located in River Falls
  • 11 residence halls
  • $63.5 million Falcon Center houses the Health and Human Performance Department, Athletics and Campus Recreation
Traditions
  • Nickname: Falcons
  • Mascot: Freddy Falcon
  • Colors: Red and white
  • Conference: Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC), NCAA Division III
Campus Life
  • 150+ student clubs and organizations
  • 17 varsity sports
  • #1 in the UW System for percent of students who study abroad
  • Named a "Best College" for intramural sports by BestColleges.com
  • NIRSA Outstanding Sports Facility: Falcon Center for Health, Education and Wellness
Leadership
  • Chancellor: Maria Gallo, Ph.D.
  • Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs: David Travis, Ph.D.
Total Student Enrollment, Fall 2020

Academic Level

Count

Freshman

1,315

Sophomore

1,172

Junior

1,278

Senior

1,473

Special Undergraduates

190

Graduate Students

434

Total Enrolled Fall 2020

5,862