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Welcome to Marathon County! We have several opportunities available for you to visit the campus and learn about what we have to offer! Please complete our online Campus Interest Form or register to attend one of our Campus Preview Events.

To schedule a tour, contact the Solution Center.

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

Campus Preview Day

Discover why UW-Marathon County is the U for You!
The next Preview Day will be fall 2016.

At Preview Day you will:

  • Meet professors, current students, other parents and alumni. 
  • Attend sample classes and meet with advisors.  
  • Learn about our affordable tuition and opportunities for financial aid.
  • Ask questions about our guaranteed credit transfer.
  • Learn about student life and your ability to get involved with sports, music, theater, student clubs and more!
  • Parents are encouraged to attend!

For more information, call (715) 261-6235 or toll free 1-888-367-8962, or email

Personal Visits

A UWMC student will take you on a walking tour of our beautiful campus. You will see our main academic building, art studios, the fieldhouse, residence hall, and the UW Center for Civic Engagement. Tours begin in the Office of Student Affairs (Room 150) and typically last 90 minutes. 

Financial aid and academic advisors will be available on a walk-in basis after your tour.

During the fall semester, tours will be offered Tuesdays at 3:30 p.m. and Wednesdays at 9 a.m.

Schedule a Tour

Register for a tour here

  • Leave the Name portion blank
  • Change Starts On to "Next 3 months"
  • Change Location to "UW-Marathon County"
  • Change Category to "Campus Visit"
  • Select the date and time that works best for you and click on “Register” 

Parents Nights

Parents of high school juniors and seniors can get answers to their questions about sending their students to college at these information sessions.

UWMC’s Assistant Campus Dean for Student Affairs, faculty and staff members, and current students will share information and experiences about student life, the cost of college and financial aid, credit transfer, academics, support services, housing and food service, why a campus visit is important, and research on attending two-year versus four-year universities. Parents will also have the opportunity to tour UWMC. The sessions are free, but advance registration is requested.

For more information, call (715) 261-6235 or toll free 1-888-367-8962, or email