Wisconsin proudly claims dozens of schools offering degrees in higher education.
Wisconsin: a directory in education and schools
Whether you’re looking for a private or public college, Wisconsin can give you the education and degrees you need or want. U.S. News & World Report recently ranked the University of Wisconsin in the 2011 edition of “Best Colleges.”
Wisconsin has a state population of over 5.6 million, with the majority residing in Milwaukee, Green Bay, and the state capital of Madison. The dairy industry is a staple part of Wisconsin economy, producing more milk than any other state. No wonder the top five industries by job growth are: Crop Production; Animal Production; Forestry & Logging; Fishing, Hunting & Trapping; Agriculture & Forestry Support Activities.
Top 5 Wisconsin’s Large Employers: Wal-Mart Associates, Inc., Menards, Aurora Health Care Metro, Inc., Marshfield Clinic, Ultra Mart Foods, LLC
More Than Education and Studies in Wisconsin
Tourism continually grows as a large industry in Wisconsin. And it’s easy to see why. Just visit eccentric places like the House on the Rock, Circus World Museum, or the Mustard Museum. Wisconsin cities are full of history and culture including breweries, museums, theater, ballet and symphonies. Full of opportunities to enjoy nature studies all year round, Wisconsin is enveloped by Lakes Superior and Michigan.
Wisconsin is known as the Badger State after the living habits of early miners in the region. Milwaukee’s Summerfest is the nation’s largest music festival, with more than 2,500 performers. Wisconsin boasts more than 14,000 lakes, many unnamed and varying in size, with Lake Winnebago the largest. It also has 7,446 streams and rivers including the Wisconsin Dells, the winding gorge of the Wisconsin River more than 8 miles long.