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The University of Wisconsin – River Falls ( UW-RF) is one of 13 four-year campuses within the University of Wisconsin System. The campus, home to 5800 students, is located in the city of River Falls in the Scenic St. Croix Valley along the west-central border of Wisconsin, just 30 miles east of the Twin Cities of St. Paul, Minnesota. The 226-acre campus provides an open and friendly environment adjacent to streams and woodland regions renowned for their scenic beauty.
Founded in 1874, University of Wisconsin – River Falls is a comprehensive, coeducational, public university offering undergraduate and graduate students over 40 strong academic programs and a student/faculty ratio of 18:1.
The University of Wisconsin – River Falls is organized into three colleges: the College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Sciences, the College of Arts & Sciences and the College of Education & Graduate Studies. It includes two schools: the School of Business and Economics and the School of Graduate and Professional Studies located within the College of Education & Graduate Studies. Undergraduate degrees are offered in liberal arts and sciences, teacher education, agriculture and other applied programs such as computer science and business administration.
The University has a broad academic program offering numerous majors, minors and pre-professional programs. In addition to its undergraduate programs, the University of Wisconsin – River Falls offers graduate work leading to the Master of Science (MS) with programs in Agricultural Education and Communicative Disorders and the Master of Science in Education (MSE) with programs in Counseling, Elementary Education, Reading, School Psychology and Secondary Education (emphases include Language and Literature, Social Studies, Science, Math and Fine Arts).
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