Achieve your goal of earning a college degree
Since 1968, our local University of Wisconsin – Washington County has been the critical first step for area students aspiring to earn a college degree. Because UW-WC is a two-year regional college, it is an ideal university entry point since it allows students to remain in their community, pay lower tuition and attend smaller classes taught directly by professors instead of teaching assistants.
The Washington County Campus Foundation was founded in 1976 by forward thinking community leaders who understood the importance of a university education. By providing scholarships for new freshmen, returning sophomores and students transferring to a four year school, the Foundation assists UW-WC students achieve their goal of earning a college degree.
What We Do
The Washington County Campus Foundation strives to make college possible for anyone who is qualified to attend the UW-Washington County. The Foundation encourages academic excellence by providing grants to faculty to conduct research and share their findings with their academic peers. The Foundation supports its work through contributions from individuals and events to provide scholarships for students who may not otherwise have an opportunity to attend college.