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Apartments for rent in University of Wisconsin Colleges, WI

920 Spring Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53715
15
$1575–$1595
2 Beds$1575–$1595
(608) 422-4399

511 W. Johnson Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53703
117
From $829
StudioFrom$829
1 BedFrom$979
3 BedsFrom$2369
Updated 1 week ago
(608) 960-7489

434 W. Mifflin Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53703
137
From $639
1 BedFrom$639
4 BedsFrom$2399
Updated 1 week ago
(608) 960-7482

1402 Regent St, Madison, Wisconsin 53711
College
117
$499–$1375
Studio$800–$945
1 Bed$1375
2 Beds$499–$1300
3 Beds$635–$675
(844) 755-5425

501 N Henry St, Madison, Wisconsin 53703
College
117
From $760
StudioFrom$760
1 Bed$950–$1045
Updated 4 days ago
(844) 755-6619

1815 University Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin 53726
College
$1200–$2155
1 Bed$1200–$1650
2 Beds$1655–$2155
Updated 3 days ago
(844) 710-3081

102 N. Franklin Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53703
From $629
StudioFrom$629
(844) 826-8200

2110 University Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin 53726
From $850
1 BedFrom$850
2 BedsFrom$920
3 BedsFrom$1305
4 BedsFrom$1360
Updated 1 week ago
(844) 386-9311

2116 University Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin 53726
From $679
StudioFrom$679
1 BedFrom$829
2 BedsFrom$1419
3 BedsFrom$1749
Updated 1 week ago
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(608) 960-7477

2302 University Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin 53726
College
From $739
1 BedFrom$739
2 BedsFrom$1399
3 BedsFrom$2299
Updated 1 week ago
(844) 666-3653

10 N Livingston Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Pet Friendly
From $795
StudioFrom$795
1 BedFrom$1025
2 BedsFrom$1350
3 BedsFrom$2425
Updated 1 week ago
(608) 467-0462

2585 University Ave, Madison, Wisconsin 53705
From $1339
1 BedFrom$1339
2 BedsFrom$1499
Updated 1 week ago
(608) 960-7359

2305 South Park Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53713
$745–$985
1 Bed$745–$825
2 Beds$905–$985
(844) 306-4548

3326 University Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin 53705
College
From $1235
Studio$1235–$1260 2 units available now
3 Beds$2390–$2455 2 units available now
(844) 856-4863

1614 Fordem Avenue #116, Madison, Wisconsin 53704
$775–$1325
1 Bed$825–$915 5 units available now
2 Beds$865–$1025 7 units available now
3 Beds$1260–$1325 2 units available now
(888) 915-2436

1818 Fordem Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin 53704
Pet Friendly
From $800
StudioFrom$800
1 BedFrom$840
2 BedsFrom$1040
3 BedsFrom$1310
(608) 807-5511

6431 Bridge Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53713
Pet Friendly
$785–$1020
1 Bed$785–$815
2 Beds$910–$1020
(844) 558-9689

251 South Yellowstone Drive, Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Luxury
$1095–$2350
1 Bed$1095–$1595
2 Beds$1395–$2350
Updated 4 days ago
(608) 416-1409

7602 Mid Town Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53719
Luxury
$1100–$1895
1 Bed$1100–$1325
2 Beds$1485–$1895
(608) 729-5339

641 W. Main St., Madison, Wisconsin 53703
$677–$1600
Studio$677–$825
1 Bed$884
2 Beds$1160–$1175
3 Beds$1600
(608) 478-0158
All about

University of Wisconsin Colleges, WI

The University of Wisconsin-Madison, a public institution founded in 1848, has become the flagship of the state's public higher education program. With an enrollment north of 50,000, students come from all over the state and across the U.S. to earn a degree from one of the top academic institutions in the country. The school's competitive athletic programs is another main draw, providing those who have opted for university housing with a sense of community and shared purpose.

In 2012, UWM was ranked number 42 on U.S. News and World Reports' Best National Colleges and Universities. This places the university among the leading academic institutions in the country. Despite its high student enrollment, UWM has managed to keep class sizes small, boasting a student to teacher ratio of just 17 to 1, which puts it in line with many smaller schools. Biology, economics and political science are among the most popular majors on the campus. In general, students find themselves satisfied with academics, as the school has a freshman retention rate of 94 percent.

Many students are active in campus life, regardless of whether they live in university housing or off campus apartments. The city of Madison is relatively isolated, so the campus is the main attraction in the area. Given the interest in campus affairs, obtaining college housing is a competitive process. Because of this, about 75 percent of students live in off campus apartments. The city of Madison, being the state's capitol, offers plenty of attractions, including the University Arboretum. The campus is also serviced by the city's robust bus system.

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