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Want to learn more about what UW-Barron County has to offer? Please complete our online Campus Interest Form, or register to attend one of our campus open houses, listed below.

Interested in visiting UW-Barron County?

Take a virtual tour of the campus

All future students are invited and encouraged to visit. You pick the time - we'll arrange for you to meet with an admissions counselor, tour the campus (including our $6.4 million expansion/renovation), and sit in on classes if you wish. Appointments and campus tours are available Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. If you wish to arrange for an individual visit/tour of the campus, call the Student Affairs Office at (715) 234-8024 or email

Please consult our Campus Map page for information about getting to Rice Lake and finding the UW-BC campus.

Many open houses are held throughout the year - please scroll down.

Ongoing campus visit options

High school students

Tuesdays @ 2:00 @ the U. To register, email your preferred date to

Returning adult students

To make an appointment with Deb Neuheisel, Adult Student Coordinator, call 715.234.8176 ext. 5445 or

Open Houses for Future Students

Discover UW-BC: For High School Students & Parents

Date:  Tuesday, October 28, 2014
6:00 p.m. optional campus tour
6:30 p.m. program
The Commons
Register for this event

During this event, learn about admissions, financial aid, transfer, and more. Meet faculty and staff. Discover opportunities for student life and activities. And bring your parents — they probably have a few questions, too!

Start Here - Finish Here Open House for Adult Learners

Date: Wednesday, July 9, 2014
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
The Commons
Register for this event: or online: Register for this event

This is a special night for adults thinking about starting or completing a University of Wisconsin associate or bachelor degree.

This open house should be of particular interest to all technical college associate degree graduates. UW-BC will now count this degree as the first 60 credits needed for the new Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree.

Participants will be introduced to the FastTrack degree program in business and will also learn about earning an Associate Degree, the new Bachelor of Applied Arts & Sciences Degree, or an online Bachelor Degree with our UW partners. Participants will be offered the Myers Briggs Type Indicator career assessment test and will learn about ReFresh, a workshop series to help sharpen mathematics and English writing skills.

Not able to attend but would like information on starting or returning to college? Contact Deb Neuheisel or UW-BC Student Affairs to set up an appointment.

We look forward to helping you get started on your college degree at UW-Barron County.

UW-BC Campus Close-Up

Spring 2015 date to be determined
To register email

This is an event especially for admitted freshmen for the fall semester and for all prospective students who are in high school. Spend the day on-campus and experience a campus tour; lunch and student panel, attend a class, enjoy a faculty reception, and tour the student apartments.