UW-Eau Claire maintains military-friendly rank for upcoming year
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire maintained its silver ranking as a military-friendly institution in an annual survey of nearly 1,800 postsecondary schools in the nation.
Senior social work major hopes to help fellow veterans: Paige Kurtz
By summer 2022, Paige Kurtz will have completed her commitment to the U.S. Army National Guard with her social work degree in hand. After graduate school, she hopes to help promote a more mentally healthy military force as a counselor.
UW-Eau Claire improves its military-friendly ranking
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire improved its ranking as a military-friendly institution in an annual survey of nearly 1,700 postsecondary schools in the nation. UW-Eau Claire has nearly 500 military-connected students on campus.
Spring 2020 College of Business Dean's List
College of Business students who have an outstanding record of academic accomplishment are eligible for the Dean's List. Congratulations to the 647 students who made the Spring 2020 list.
Recognitions honor UW-Eau Claire for support of student veterans
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire has received several recent national recognitions for its support of student military veterans.
2015 Detachment Leadership Development Exercise
The NORTHWOODS Battalion 2015 Fall Detachment Leadership Development Exercise was conducted at Cadott School Forest over the weekend of 25-27 September 2015.
This week in ROTC
Learn what's going on in the UW-Eau Claire Army ROTC program this week.
Honors highlight support of military veterans
UW-Eau Claire takes pride in providing a supportive environment for our students who are military members. The efforts of UWEC have been recognized by honors from several national organizations.
‘Thank you for your service’ not always most meaningful to military veterans
Is saying “Thank you for your service” enough when speaking to a military veteran? It is a safe thing to say, but actions speak much louder than words to show your support of our returning veterans.
Veteran uses art as healing tool
A student who was injured in combat while serving in the U.S. Army shares his story through his photography exhibit, titled "The Shrapnel Project."