It’s never too soon to talk with an Admissions Coach. Ask your counselor when Dave Fish, Haley Hanson, or Mac Kiel will be visiting your high school.
You Decide What’s Next
You have a whole new set of choices once you graduate high school. If these are some of the things that are important to you, you’re ready for Western:
Learning That Isn’t Boring
At Western, you don't just sit at a desk. You get up and actually do it, working side by side with expert instructors.
A Program to Keep You on Track
Get into the work world fast with interactive classes and skill-building internships. Most programs can be completed in two years or less. See the programs now.
Instructors with Experience
You’ll learn directly from instructors who have been there and done it.
Our Graduates Succeed
Get ready to be impressed. Over 1,400 Western graduates enter the workforce each year, and 99 percent of them are employed within 6 months of graduating. 87 percent find work in Wisconsin with a median starting salary of $41,597.
You’ll get more for your tuition dollar here. Looking at a four-year college or university? Do your first two years at Western, for less. Scholarship and financial aid opportunities, too.
Did you earn college credit while in high school? Transferring in from another college? Western accepts credits from many colleges and universities, and Western credits can be applied toward a four-year degree.
The Option to Live on Campus
Live in a community. Our residence hall can accommodate 200 students, in 50 four-person suites.
Fostering Future Success
Western proactively supports students in the foster care system—and students aging out of the foster system—who are interested in pursuing further education.