Sheboygan County has several area colleges and universities to further your education. Take advantage of all the lifestyle benefits Sheboygan County has to offer while creating a better future for you and your family.
Lakeland University is a bachelor’s and master’s degree-granting liberal arts institution related to the United Church of Christ with nearly 3,500 students (900 traditional undergraduate students and 2,600 evening, weekend and online students) from 24 countries, 10 on-campus residence halls and more than 30 majors, including our newest academic programs: aviation, communication and nursing.
Lakeshore Technical College is a leading provider of technical education offering over 100 career programs, which include, customized training for business and industry, continuing education for personal and professional enrichment, and basic skills education.Lakeshore Technical College is also a great resource for businesses looking to upskill their existing workforce and prepare their company for tomorrow.
UW-Sheboygan offers the first two years of coursework in more than 250 majors and provides several onsite collaborative bachelor’s degree programs in careers such as Engineering, Human Services Leadership, Nursing, and Education, among others. The campus boasts state-of-the-art academic buildings and experienced faculty. UW-Sheboygan also offers one of the lowest tuition rates in the region with more than $100,000 in scholarships awarded annually to students.
The Marquette University Graduate School of Management’s MBA Program is designed to develop ethical global leaders with a broad business, economic and social perspective – leaders who are capable of managing change in dynamic environments at every level. Our curriculum covers all functional areas of business but puts a unique emphasis on topics such as society, ethics and global business. We offer practical education with business career application in each and every class.
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“We like the friendly, small-town feel and it’s a great place to raise a family. The restaurants and parks are all within walking distance, and if we want to get out of town, traveling to Madison or Chicago is an easy day trip.”
“Sheboygan has a culture all its own. In particular, I’m a big fan of Friday fish fry, Sheboygan’s homegrown creativity and the thriving local arts scene and Lake Michigan as my (almost) front yard.”
“We fell in love with Elkhart Lake and its unique atmosphere, great food, lovely resorts, a crystal-clear lake, cute shops and year-round events and activities. Elkhart Lake also inspired me to open my own small business.”