Baraboo Sauk County Campus


As part of a statewide restructure of the former two-year campuses of the University of Wisconsin-Colleges in 2017-18, the university further grew and strengthened its footprint in Southwest Wisconsin by collaboratively integrating with UW-Platteville Baraboo Sauk County.  This campus share common teaching-centered philosophies, hands-on learning opportunities in small class sizes, academic excellence, affordability, and a commitment to giving back to enrich the community.

UW-Platteville Baraboo Sauk County celebrated its 50th year in 2018. Students began living in on-campus housing in 2014-15 after the construction of The Villas, and in October 2015, the new science building expansion project was concluded, adding state-of-the-art chemistry, biology, anatomy and physiology space to the campus.  


The John & Murrel Lange Center is home to an art gallery, athletic facilities, business office, conference rooms, food service, a game room, student services, and a student lounge.  The Umhoefer Classroom & Administration Building includes administrative and faculty offices, the academic success center, classrooms, science and computer laboratories, and the office of continuing education.  The campus buildings also include the T.N. Savides Library/Learning Resource Center and the Fine & Performing Arts Center. 

Student Services

The student services team, in collaboration with key main campus departments and professional staff, provides holistic support for students through a personal, hands-on approach.  The specific services are designed to promote academic excellence and support each individual student’s growth and development.

Lange Center, Room 207
Telephone: 608.355.5230