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Free tutoring is available to all UW-Rock County students through the Learning Support Center in lower Andrews Hall and you'll also get help from instructors who are focused on teaching and helping students succeed. 
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Find out about the Associate of Arts and Science degree and the emphases available as well as the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Science degree that UW-Rock County offers. Visit our Majors & Degrees page. 
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With just over 1,200 students, UW-Rock County allows you to take advantage of small classes where you'll actually get to know your instructors. 
UW-Rock County Student Studying
UW-Rock County offers a variety of courses that fulfill the general education requirements that are the basis for more than 200 different bachelor's degree majors, as well as non-credit courses for all ages. Visit our Course Schedule page and start planning your schedule today!
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Start, resume or complete a University of Wisconsin degree at UW-Rock County! UW-Rock County has outstanding professors whose top priority is teaching. Combine that with the fact that tution is affordable and the University of Wisconsin has name recognition locally, regionally, nationally and even internationally, and you'll find that this is the U for you!

As a UW-Rock County student, you can earn an Associate of Arts and Science degree that is the foundation for many majors and for acquiring a bachelor’s degree.

Without leaving UW-Rock County, students may earn a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree or a number of other  bachelor’s degrees through collaborative programs offered by UW-Milwaukee, UW-Oshkosh, UW-Platteville and UW-Whitewater.

Earn your degree at UW-Rock County and put three very powerful words on your resume: University of Wisconsin.