Milwaukee Center - Register every 8 weeks

Milwaukee CenterNext start date: July 13

Whether it's the first time in your life or whether you're coming back after 20 years, Upper Iowa University will work with you to fit college into your busy life.

Stop by or call the UIU-Milwaukee Center to find out about our evening courses or the Upper Iowa online and self-paced programs. However you blend the coursework for your college degree, all UIU courses count toward your degree.

  • With six convenient start dates throughout the year, 8-week classes and an accelerated, 6-week summer session offer you year-round access to the courses you need.
  • Students can take just 2 courses most sessions and graduate on schedule.
  • Get a jump on completion by transferring up to 90 college credits from other colleges. Check out articulation agreements that might smooth the transfer process.
  • You might also cut the cost of college by getting help from your employer. Check out the Corporate Advantage Program.
  • Sometimes your professional experience and test scores can earn you college credit.  Ask about qualifying for experiential credits.
  • A personal academic advisor can help tailor your academic plan and advise you on financial aid.

Apply today or contact us for more information:

Upper Iowa University - Milwaukee
(next to State Fair Park)
620 S. 76th Street, Suite 100
Milwaukee, WI 53214
Phone: 414-475-4848
Fax: 414-475-4849

Or contact the UIU-Milwaukee Area Admissions Counselor Regina Kovnesky at 414-475-4843,

Office Hours
9 a.m. – 7 p.m. Monday - Thursday
8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Friday

Elkhorn and Racine

We also offer classes in Elkhorn and Racine, at Gateway Technical College, and so students don't need to travel far to find a UIU location, or classes that meet their degree plan. For those students who want information about our Elkhorn Center and Racine course location, they can contact Lynne Zygowski, Academic Advisor at 262-619-7042,

Majors/Programs Offered

You can get information on any of the following majors from the UIU-Milwaukee Center. Some are available at the center and others are available as online courses. Many students blend their degree plan, by taking some face-to-face courses and some online courses. Check with your Academic Advisor for more details about any of these programs.