Washington Adventist University (WAU)
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Wisconsin Lutheran College is a four-year liberal arts college affiliated with the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod. It is located in Milwaukee. The college has a two-semester academic year and awards the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and Master of Arts degrees with liberal arts and professional majors and several pre-professional programs.
Wisconsin Lutheran College is conveniently situated on the border of Milwaukee and Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Because of WLC's central location in the metro area, students and campus visitors can take advantage of all the area has to offer, every season of the year
These easy-to-navigate cities serve as your extended campus during your years at WLC. Downtown Milwaukee is just a quick car or bus ride away and offers a unique and diverse city experience. If you’re looking for great music, sporting events, delicious food, shopping, hiking trails, beaches, museums, or just a good cup of coffee, Milwaukee has it!
Or take a walk to the historic Village of Wauwatosa, where you can enjoy parks, restaurants, shops, and a weekly farmers market. The nationally recognized Milwaukee County Zoo and Pettit National Ice Center are near campus as well.
Freshman students who live on campus reside in WLC's residence halls (Fischer and Stimac), which feature “house” units clustered around common living areas. Each room is occupied by two or three students; two rooms form a suite with one bathroom to serve the four or five students.
There are two types of suites: regular suites and corner suites. Most transfer students and returning students are eligible to live in college apartments or houses that are within a 10-minute walk of campus. The number of occupants ranges from two to six residents per unit. Apartments and houses come with furniture and full-size appliances.