The 10-acre Waukesha campus is located in the western suburbs of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, only a 15-mile drive to downtown. The city of Waukesha has a population of approximately 65,000.
The main campus houses the administrative and faculty offices, classrooms, library, a dining hall that seats 170, student dorms, three student lounges, laundry facilities and a bookstore. The campus complex includes additional housing for married students and their families, a 300-seat auditorium, a children’s playground, and gymnasium, as well as garages and physical plant shops.
Mitchell International Airport (MKE) in Milwaukee is 23.9 miles miles away.
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Frame park is a popular local attraction within walking distance. Students often go there to play beach volleyball or enjoy running and cycling along the the river. There’s also an amphitheater, formal flower garden, floating piers, and baseball fields.
Miller Park is a baseball stadium located just outside of Waukesha. It is home to the Milwaukee Brewers and was completed in 2001. If you’re not a Brewers fan, maybe you can catch a game while your favorite team is in town.
Retzer Nature Center
Hike through trails, climb the hills, and scan the horizon for miles around. Discover the beauty of over 450 acres of prairie and forest right here in Waukesha County. You can observe native Wisconsin plants, birds and animals in this unique natural setting.
The Steaming Cup is an independent coffee shop located in historical downtown Waukesha. After opening in 2004, it quickly grew into Waukesha’s favorite coffee shop. It has continued to be a staple of Waukesha by offering one of the best coffee selections in the city.