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Wisconsin - La Crosse is a public graduate school in La Crosse, Wisconsin. It has a small graduate student body with an enrollment of 870 graduate students. Of the 19 graduate programs offered at University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, 6 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at University of Wisconsin - La Crosse are Physical Therapy, Kinesiology and Exercise Science, and Higher Education Administration. 56% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.

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The University of Wisconsin- La Crosse offers so many opportunities for students to acclimate to their new surrounds and makes everyone feel like they are at home away from home. I immediately feel in love with the campus and community, through all of the clubs and organizations offered to me. I have also had wonderful experiences with all of my professors. Each one has treated me with respect and given everyone an equal chance to succeed. The only downfall I think UWL has is that it isn't a very diverse campus. Other than that, I feel UWL is a wonderful college and would recommend it to anyone!
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This university consistently ranks in the top 3 of the Wisconsin public school system universities. The academics are top-of-the-line every year, ESPECIALLY in the health sciences. On top of that the, the school is surrounded by the most beautiful landscape with limitless recreational opportunities. The faculty/student ration is very beneficial because the class size is generally around 30 students, meaning that professors and students get to form genuine relationships that are invaluable in terms of excelling in any given field. I HIGHLY recommend attending this school if you want to get a revered education and live near plenty of entertainment possibilities.
I thought the faculty were a great resource to talk about career path and research. I appreciated how knowledgeable my professors were and how passionate they were about the field of Therapeutic Recreation!