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Welcome - we're glad you're here! Whether you are a new freshman, transfer, graduate, international, adult, veteran, or other student, you have selected a university full of opportunities. Parkside offers more than 100 majors, minors, certificates, pre-professional programs, and Master's degrees. Whatever your passion is, we have the degree that is right for you.
No matter where you are in your application process, we encourage you to visit our campus - a vibrant community located in Kenosha, WI, along the Chicago-Milwaukee corridor. Campus visits and welcome events are great opportunities to talk to current students, meet admissions counselors, or see classes in action.
Explore your interests, pursue your strengths, or discover a new passion. Let us help prepare you for your post-graduation career. Whichever major, minor, or discipline you choose, our small class sizes and one-on-one approach to learning will be a hallmark of your success.
Making the right choice about your education is an investment in yourself. At Parkside, we proudly offer access to an affordable education that you'll be proud of, too. Our advisors will guide you through financing your education, using tools like our Cost Calculator, as you choose which scholarships, grants, or campus jobs are right for you.
Considering Parkside, but still have a few questions? We understand. Choosing a university is a big decision. We'll happily provide you with the same personal support we offer our students. Download a brochure, request more information, or meet with one of our admissions counselors one-on-one!
Ready to start your admissions process? We’re ready to help! Whether you’re new to Parkside, or returning to complete a degree program, we’ll walk you through everything you need to know to apply, from submitting transcripts to registering for classes.
Parkside operates on a rolling admission basis and, as such, we reserve the right to stop accepting applications when we believe the enrollment capacities for the campus can be satisfied by the number of students already admitted. We encourage you to complete your application early.