What College Should Be
|Our university consists of three colleges: The College of Business, Industry, Life Sciences and Agriculture, the College of Liberal Arts and Education and finally the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science to which the Department |
of Computer Science belongs. Our objective is to ensure that our students gain the knowledge and develop the mental skills, attitudes, and personal characteristics necessary to become successful citizens and professionals who can meet the present needs of business, industry,
government, and society, and the more demanding requirements of the future.
|Therefore, curricular requirements provide a |
strong foundation in the student's major field
of study supplemented by a broad background
in the social sciences and humanities. Our faculty really care about their students.
With their "open-door policy", our faculty will go out of their way to help you learn, so you can be successful. For more information please go to uwplatt.edu.
Here you can find information about JIM at UWP.
|The Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering belongs to the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science. |
The department's office is located in Pioneer Tower 419.Our Software Engineering program is considered to be one of the best in Wisconsin and is a reason for many students to come to UWP.
Students like to study here because the department is well equipped and our faculty offers one-on-one assistance.Outstanding aspects of the Software Engineering program
at UW-Platteville include:
|UW-Platteville offers a great range of sporting activities. Whether you would like to play basketball, baseball, football, soccer, volleyball, golf, or do cross-country - come on and join the team.Check UWP's Athletics website for more information on all our teams and their schedules.|
|Another great opportunity to stay fit and healthy is UWP's Pioneer Activity Center (PAC). |
Here you can walk our 200-meter oval track, swim in our pool, play basketball/volleyball/tennis, or lift in our diversified Fitness Center (free weights, Universal, Nautilus, Hammer Strength machines, stairmasters, treadmills, and aerobic bicycles).
And full-time students use this service for free.
Here you can find out more about PAC.
|Living on campus is convenient and affordable. There are 11 residence halls at UW-Platteville, each offering accommodations for 222 to 320 students. One room is usually shared by two students. There is one hall only for male students (Melcher Hall) and another one only for female students (Wilgus Hall).Each hall is equipped with computer labs, in room computer connections, laser printers, microwaves (either on each floor or in each wing), kitchen facilities, a game room, change/vending machines and outside bicycle storage lockers. Three halls (Melcher, Dobson and Pickard) also have a sauna.Cost for a doubleroom per semester is approx. $1,000.|