University of Wisconsin-Madison, Marquette University and Beloit College are some prominent schools in Wisconsin, as of 2015. Some other prominent Wisconsin colleges are Northland College and the Milwaukee School of Engineering.
University of Wisconsin-Madison is a public university in Madison, Wisconsin, and it is the flagship campus of Wisconsin Universities. UW-Madison regularly ranks on lists of top schools nationally and worldwide and ranked high on the Center for World University Rankings list in 2014 and 2015 in many categories.
Marquette University is a private Catholic university in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is known for its strong liberal arts and science programs. The school is also known for its basketball program. The school is a member of the NCAA Division I, and many of its students went on to join the NBA, including Dwyane Wade.
Beloit College is a private liberal arts school in Beloit, Wisconsin. The school is the oldest continuously running college building in Wisconsin.
Another prominent liberal arts college is Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin. It is associated with the United Church of Christ. Environmental science is another major focus of the school, and all students at the school receive a minor in environmental studies.
The Milwaukee School of Engineering is a private engineering school in Wisconsin. The school offers business, nursing, engineering and mathematics degrees.