Campuses

We invite you to visit the beautiful University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

UWM offers an unforgettable combination of historic buildings, urban spaces and greenery. From our picturesque main campus on Milwaukee’s east side to the Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health in the heart of downtown Milwaukee, two-year campuses in Waukesha and Washington County, and field stations in Waukesha and Ozaukee counties, UWM provides a wide array of environments for study and work.

Aerial of main UWM campus

Main Campus

Our 104-acre main campus on Milwaukee’s east side is just blocks from Lake Michigan and home to 24,018 students, as well as 11 of UWM’s 15 schools and colleges.

Aerial of UWM at Waukesha campus

Waukesha Campus

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee at Waukesha occupies 86 acres on the western edge of the City of Waukesha and serves 1,544 students in their first two years of college.

Aerial of UWM at Washington County campus

Washington County Campus

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee at Washington County sits on 87 acres in West Bend and is surrounded by the beautiful Kettle Moraine State Forest. It serves 605 freshmen and sophomores.

Other Locations

School of Freshwater Sciences building exterior

Harbor Campus

The Harbor Campus is home to UWM’s School of Freshwater Sciences and the only year-round research vessel operating on the Great Lakes.

Zilber School of Public Health building exterior

Downtown Campus

UWM’s Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health occupies a 55,000-square-foot building on the former Pabst Brewery site in downtown Milwaukee.

Innovation Campus

The Innovation Campus in Wauwatosa brings academic researchers together with medical and business organizations to advance science.

Map showing location of UWM campuses