Are you a Veteran or Active Military?
Being an active member of the military or a veteran means you’re already ahead of the game when it comes to online learning. Your military experience means organization, time management, discipline, and focus are already a part of who you are. Put those skills to work as you earn your degree. Wisconsin Online can help you advance your education and career.
Veterans Centers on our 13 campuses offer a wide range of resources and support. Your campus will help you navigate veterans benefits, credit transfer evaluation, enrollment advising and other services.
The Universities of Wisconsin provide overview information for veterans and active military members. Start here for an overview of services offered to you.
Or visit your campus listing below for campus specific veterans’ resources.
Visit UW-Eau Claire’s Veterans Center
Visit UW-Green Bay’s Veterans website
Visit UW-La Crosse’s Veterans Services webpage
Visit UW-Madison’s Veterans Services page
Visit UW-Milwaukee’s Veterans Services webpage
Visit UW-Oshkosh’s Veterans Resource Center
Visit UW-Parkside’s Veterans Resources webpage
Visit UW-Platteville’s Veterans Resources webpage
Visit UW-River Falls Military and Veteran Resource Center
Visit UW-Stevens Point’s Veteran Services webpage
Visit UW-Stout’s Veteran Services webpage
Visit UW-Superior’s Veteran Resources web page
Visit UW-Whitewater’s Veterans Services web page
What next steps should I take?
Universities of Wisconsin Online programs can help active military members learn valuable, relevant skills, or prepare you for life and work after the military. You want an education driven by today’s industry needs: we can make it happen. Choose the program that fits your dreams and into your life.
Begin by finding the program that’s right for you. Each campus offers online associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees, as well as advanced study opportunities. With online degree offerings from all 13 University of Wisconsin campuses, there are no limits to what you can do.
Explore our degrees and programs, and then talk to an adviser about how to get started on your way.