Colleges and Universities in Wisconsin
The Badger State is also known as America’s Dairyland. But there is a lot more to Wisconsin than just milk and cheese. This great state has diverse terrain, friendly people, and excellent opportunities for education. Wisconsin has thirteen public universities including two doctoral universities. It also has over 30 community college campuses, 25 vocational schools, and 21 private universities. Some of the top schools in the state include the University of Wisconsin system, Carthage College, and Marquette University.
Living in Wisconsin
Wisconsin has about 5.7 million residents. The population is about 85% white, 6% black, 5% Hispanic or Latino, 2% Asian, and 1% American Indian. The state is generally well-educated. About 85% of Wisconsin residents over the age of 25 have their high school diploma and 22% have their bachelor’s degree or higher. The median household income in Wisconsin is just above the national median at about $52,000. However, the cost of owning a home in Wisconsin is below the national median at just $112,200. That makes Wisconsin an ideal place to make a solid wage and live quite comfortably.
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