School of Continuing EducationRegistration InformationContact UsUWM HomeShopping Cart
UWM logo

SCE HomepageDean's WelcomeCourses & ProgramsCertificate ProgramsDistance EducationCalendarSpecial EventsDepartments & CentersCommunity ResearchInternationalCenter for the Study of the WorkplaceFaculty & StaffCustomized TrainingKeep Me Posted

Connect With Us

HomeCourses & ProgramsRelated InformationFaculty & Staff

College for Kids & Teens Programs


College for Kids & Teens is one of the great development opportunities at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Continuing Education!

We attract more than 2,000 students annually and over the years, more than 50,000 students have participated in exciting hands-on learning experiences in math, science, fine arts and humanities.

Download the catalog in PDF format


Our classes are taught by UWM faculty and other specially selected teachers. Classes, limited to 16 students, are for children entering K5 through 12th grade in the fall and held on the UWM campus, unless otherwise noted.

Summer classes meet Monday through Friday for one or two weeks. Our summer programs run from mid-June to early August.

For complete information download a PDF of our summer catalog.

Contact Liz Sutton at 227-3360, or email if you have any questions.

Close ▲

  2014 Schedule at a Glance
  Related Areas  
Languages and Culture
Math and Computer Applications
Creative Arts
Humanities/Social Sciences
Special Programs
For more information, contact:
Cindy Ruffert, Director,, 414-227-3360


A Special Thank You to All of Our
S.M.I.L.E. Sponsors!
(Sponsorship Money Investing in Lifelong Education) sponsors:

Eppstein Uhen Architects; George Karl Foundation; KAPCO Inc.; Milwaukee Brewers Community Foundation; Piranha Promotions; Cindy Ruffert; Southwest Airlines; Elizabeth Sutton; Kim Van Deraa

Center for the Study of the Workplace
Learn about the real-world impact of workplace changes. Hear what leaders in both business and academia have to say and help propel yourself or your company into the future.
Learn more>>