Through a partnership between the school district and UW-Richland, students can earn credits for high school and college courses simultaneously by taking college courses that are:
- At the high school
- During the regular school day
- Taught by qualified high school teachers working with a UW-Richland faculty liaison
First Year Experience
The First Year Experience Program helps students transition to college by:
- offering classroom opportunities that maximize academic success
- building positive relationships among faculty, staff and students
- and providing campus-wide resources tailored to first-year students
Service learning means using what you learn in the classroom to solve real-life problems in your community in a way that helps both you and the community. Though service learning, you not only learn the practical applications of your studies, you become an actively contributing citizen and community member through the service you perform.
Your campus offers the opportunity to study abroad through programs that are open to all students and community members. The study abroad website lists all upcoming programs, application requirements, costs and other information you will need to participate.
The Youth Options Program presents exciting educational options for eligible Wisconsin high school juniors and seniors. By meeting some general requirements and following specific guidelines, you may be able to take university-level courses at UW-Richland, earning both high school and college credit. What’s more, you do not have to pay for a course if your school board determines the course is not comparable to a course offered in the school district. All public high schools participate in the Youth Options Program. And so, all juniors and seniors who meet the program requirements are eligible.