As an undergraduate student in the Wisconsin School of Business, you’ll find yourself in exciting company. Our students work hard, engage fully in campus life, and strive to excel in everything they do.

This is also a collaborative community where people respect each other’s views and support each other’s success. The diversity of our student body contributes to an enriching educational experience for all.

The best way to get to know our students is to experience their enthusiasm firsthand. You can connect with Wisconsin BBA students by visiting campus or attending an admissions event.

BBA Entering Class Fall 2018

43%

Female

3.62

Average college GPA (Pre-business current UW–Madison students)

16%

First-generation students

8%

International students

14%

Ethnic minority students*

9%

Underrepresented minority students**

*Ethnic minority is defined as an individual who identifies as one or more of the following racial and ethnic groups: American Indian or Alaskan Native, Asian or Pacific Islander, African-American/Black, Hispanic/Chicano/Latino(a).

**Underrepresented minority is defined as an individual who identifies as one or more of the following racial and ethnic groups: American Indian or Alaskan Native, African-American/Black, Hispanic/Chicano/Latino(a), and Hmong/Vietnamese/Cambodian/Laotian.

 

Amy Walsh

“The entire Wisconsin BBA Program is only two thousand and some students. You can go into the library and know half the people there and be able to study together and ask questions. It seems like everywhere you go, you can find a friend. It’s nice to have that close-knit community with all the benefits of a big campus.”

—Amy Walsh, BBA