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Garfield Avenue project affects travel on lower campus.

The project is expected to be completed in fall 2018, and the footbridge will be closed from late May to late August in both 2017 and 2018.

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Why study abroad?

This past year, UW-Eau Claire ranked 27th nationally among public and private master's-level schools in the overall number of students it sends abroad. It's the only school in Wisconsin among the top 30 institutions; one private school in Minnesota also is on the list. In other words, we know the value it adds to your degree, and we make it happen for students in all majors.

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Study Abroad in Special Education

The special education department has developed partnerships in Scotland allowing for a unique Blugold study abroad experience. Not many pre-service teachers have the opportunity to teach and learn overseas. Hear reflections about the trip from several students.

The Scotland experience

Special education major Karen Fraser reflects on study abroad at the University of Ghana

UW-Eau Claire sophomore special education major Karen Fraser shares her thoughts about her study abroad experience at the University of Ghana

Karen's story

Travel the world and graduate on time

Studying abroad can be overwhelming. You want to graduate in four years and still be able to afford it. With these helpful tips, you can do those things and have an amazing experience.

Fit in study abroad
student on cliffs in Argentina

What's National Student Exchange?

Having a new cultural experience does not have to happen overseas. UW-Eau Claire is one of 200 universities participating in National Student Exchange, which allows students to spend a semester at a campus is one of 49 states, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, Canada or Puerto Rico. While paying their Blugold tuition rate, students are able to have a whole new academic and cultural experience, progress toward graduation and gain valuable diversity of perspective.

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Blugold’s semester in Alaska opens doors in conservation, guiding and outdoor education

Special education major Lauren Stepanik’s experience studying in Alaska through the NSE program has opened doors to multiple experiences and potential career paths.

Finding herself in the great outdoors
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