at UWM at Waukesha Become part of the Waukesha campus community and experience the best of both worlds: exceptional education from a top-research university and small classes where you’ll know your professors. Students who choose UWM at Waukesha earn an affordable two-year degree and get a valuable start on a four-year degree. Wisconsin Adult Center offers day FREE trial days. This is a great way to ensure our program is a good fit for any potential member. *Trial days are used for assessment of the individual. Outings, Music Therapy and Art Therapy will not be offered during trial days.
Call Waukesha County Technical College at Wisconsin Relay System: Main Street, Pewaukee, WI Contact Us Staff Directory WCTC Jobs District Board. COVID Alert Due to COVID, we are experiencing delays in processing diploma packages and transcript orders. Please allow more time for your order to be filled. Program Requirements To earn a GED or HSED in Wisconsin, you must meet certain requirements: Age: Provide proof that you are least years old or that your 9th grade class has graduated from high school. .
Adult Education YWCA Southeast Wisconsin’s Adult Education Department offers a variety of services that support individuals in improving their academic skills, earning a high school level credential and gaining employment. Using an initial assessment, we’ll help you access your best route to a high school level credential. We offer courses at both the Waukesha and Washington County campuses. View our complete course offerings and travel opportunities here: Continuing Education at Waukesha. [email protected] Northview Building, Room A N. University Drive Waukesha, © University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.