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UW-Richland faculty share their expertise with the community in many ways.
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UW-Richland faculty enjoy connecting with faculty from area high schools.
Pre-college students
UW-Richland serves people of all ages, from youth to retirees.
Pre-college students
UW-Richland’s Precollege Program helps rural and urban young people connect and prepare for college life.
Faculty Experts
H.S. Connections
Serving All Ages
Pre-College Programs


UW-Richland serves as a cultural center for southwest Wisconsin, offering art exhibits, lectures, musical and theatrical performances, in addition to university credit and community non-credit courses.

One example is the annual High School Art Exhibit

A book from the Miller Library . . . a game on the campus tennis court . . . a speaker and/or a room for your meeting . . . these and other services may be available to you, as well, at UW-Richland.


Many of the campus facilities are open to the public, including the Miller Memorial Library. Community members may also reserve some of our spaces for meetings and other events. Additional services and facilities which may be of interest to you or your organization include those of Richland County Food Service, the Symons Recreation Complex, and Campus View Student Apartments.

Faculty Experts

Many UW-Richland faculty & staff are available as speakers or consultants. Some speakers may charge for mileage or ask a fee. The costs of consulting services are negotiable and depend on the type and extent of the services. Through the links below, you can contact individuals to arrange for speaking engagements or other services.

Theatre Productions

Community members are encouraged to get involved in our theatre productions. Typically UW-Richland stages a production twice a year, in the fall and spring semesters. For more information contact Theatre Director Zoie Eva Lutz