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Preliminary Accreditation Report for

University of Wisconsin-Madison

University of

Wisconsin-Madison

About University of  Wisconsin-Madison

University of Wisconsin-Madison (UWM) is a publically owned university in the region of Madison. The university was established in 1848, when Wisconsin became the 30th state of United States. It started its classes with only 17 students but with the dedication of its management, faculty and staff, the university now is considered as one of the best United State's universities. Recently, the university has also crossed the milestone of enrolling over 42,000 students and has become the largest university of Wisconsin. The main campus of the university covers a land of 3.9 square kilometers. The University has its own police department and a state of the art hospital. The university is one of the leading educational universities of the United States and is ranked as 13th best Public American University. In the global ranks, the university acquires 19th position. University of Wisconsin-Madison is associated with Association of American Universities and Public Ivy. The university in known for a number of distinctive features, among them “The Daily Cardinal” is the most prominent one. The other best known is the formation of Honor Society for Economic Graduates. University of Wisconsin-Madison has exceptional teams of soccer, hockey, wrestling, American football and volleyball and they are recognized as the Wisconsin Badgers. The university is a member of the Big Ten Conference in the NCAA. The Badgers have several sports venues within the university, such as the Camp Randall Stadium that has a seating capacity of more than 80,000 spectators.



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