Smaller Wisconsin college campuses struggle; declining enrollment

While Cardinal Stritch University plans to close its doors, other small colleges are also struggling with dwindling enrollment. Now, one county wants to combine two campuses into one, but it is not a done deal.

Washington County has two, two-year colleges, both with declining numbers.

When UWM at Washington County first started in 2018, the student population was in the mid-700s. Now, the student body is just 339.

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