FAYETTE, Iowa (August 5, 2013) - Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC) in Wisconsin and Upper Iowa University, with a primary campus in Fayette, Iowa as well as at 19 domestic learning centers including one in Milwaukee, have signed an articulation agreement that will make it easier for WCTC students to transfer to Upper Iowa University to complete a bachelor's degree.
"Our goal is to help students access an affordable degree program at Upper Iowa University," said UIU President William R. Duffy, Ed.D., Ed.S. "We are committed to partnerships like this to help us serve the educational needs of students. We have had a great working relationship with Waukesha County Technical College in the past, and this formal articulation agreement will enhance our ability to reach out to students in this important and growing area of southeastern Wisconsin and help them achieve their educational goals."
Upper Iowa University has been offering classes at its Milwaukee Center located next to State Fair Park since 1992. On-site classes are taught in the evenings and are offered in eight-week terms. "We have been expanding our service area to include the Waukesha County area, and this partnership will greatly benefit the citizens in that area by providing them with additional educational opportunities," said Marshall Whitlock, UIU Milwaukee Area Director. "We look forward to working with WCTC in this important effort."
About Upper Iowa University Founded in 1857, Upper Iowa University is a private, not-for-profit university providing undergraduate and graduate degree programs and leadership development opportunities to some 6,200 students—nationally and internationally—at its Fayette campus and learning centers worldwide. Upper Iowa University is a recognized innovator in offering accredited, quality programs through flexible, multiple delivery systems, including online and self-paced degree program. For more information, visit www.uiu.edu.
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