UW-Barron County is located in Rice Lake, WI, and uses the following mailing address:
1800 College Drive
Rice Lake, WI 54868
We have produced helpful maps for locating Rice Lake, and getting around campus.
Campus Map (2 pages)
Consider using Google Maps to determine the best route from your location. The following are directions to UW-Barron County using nearby highways.
From the North on US 53
Take U.S. 53 to CTH O, exit CTH O and turn left. Follow CTH O to Pioneer Avenue. Turn left and proceed to South St. Turn left and proceed to College Drive. Turn right and proceed to UW-BC.
From the south on US 53
Take US 53 to CTH O, exit CTH O and turn right. Follow CTH O to Pioneer Ave. Turn left and proceed to South St. Turn left and proceed to College Drive. Turn right and proceed to UW-BC.
From the west on WIS 48
Take WIS 48 to US 53 and turn right on US 53. Follow directions for north (above).
From the northeast on WIS 48
Take WIS 48 to US 53 and turn left on US 53. Follow directions for north (above).
Visitors should obtain a parking permit at the Business Office in Meggers Hall. Visitor parking is available in front of the Student Center at the main campus entrance. Additional parking spaces are also located in the north or south parking lots along with the joint UW-BC/WITC West lot. Visitors can park in the reserved parking spaces after 5:00 p.m.
UW-BC has ample parking areas. Student parking is permitted only in non-reserved stalls within UW-BC’s North Lot, South Lot or the UW-BC/WITC West lot parking lots. Student parking is forbidden in areas posted for special purposes including, but not limited to, visitor and reserved stalls and behind the Theatre or Student Center. Valid parking permits are required. UW-BC students are not to park in WITC parking lots. Violators are subject to a $20.00 fine and/or towing. Unpaid parking fines (including those issued by WITC) will result in a hold being placed on the student’s transcripts.
Handicapped parking spaces are available in each parking lot. State law reads that no person may park, stop, or leave standing any vehicle, whether attended or unattended and whether temporarily or otherwise, upon any portion of a street, highway or public parking facility reserved for handicapped persons by official traffic signs, markers or parking meters indicating the restriction.