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  2. UW–Madison is one of the 10 largest research institutions in the country, allocating more than $1 billion annually to groundbreaking inquiry. Spanning the humanities to the hard sciences, our vast research enterprise has a singular mission: to better understand ourselves and the world around us.

  3. At UW–Madison you’ll find your fit. Our campus offers some 600 undergraduate and graduate majors and more than 9,000 courses — from accounting to zoology and everything in between. Whether you’re decided or still discovering, we’ll help match your dream to your degree.

  4. University of Wisconsin--Madison - Profile, Rankings and Data ...

    University of Wisconsin—Madison is a public institution that was founded in 1848. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 35,474 (fall 2021), its setting is city, and the campus size is 936 ...

  5. Madison, WI. The changing seasons in many ways define life in Wisconsin, and in Madison we find creative ways to get the most out of each one. Built on an isthmus and surrounded by lakes, Madison blends the city and campus, green spaces and urban areas, to create a place unlike anywhere else.

  6. University of Wisconsin–Madison - Wikipedia

    The University of Wisconsin–Madison is one of 33 sea grant colleges in the United States. These colleges are involved in scientific research, education, training, and extension projects geared toward the conservation and practical use of U.S. coasts, the Great Lakes and other marine areas.

  7. UW-Madison student dies outside residence hall, official confirms

    MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - A University of Wisconsin- Madison student died Monday outside of a residence hall, a school official stated. Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Lori Reesor said in a ...

  8. Wisconsin regents OK tuition increase proposal for 23-24

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — University of Wisconsin System students will have to pay hundreds of dollars more to attend classes next year under a plan system officials overwhelmingly approved Thursday. The Board of Regents voted during a meeting at UW-Stout to adopt system President Jay Rothman's proposal to increase student tuition, fees and room and board rates beginning this fall.