The College of Community Engagement & Professions at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is comprised of the School of Education, Helen Bader School of Social Welfare, and School of Information Studies. Through our diverse programs and strong community relationships, we prepare students to inspire, innovate, and excel in their professional lives and within their communities. 

School of Education 

The School of Education is the state’s premier school for the research and practice of urban education. Our mission is to prepare our students to meet the unique social and economic challenges facing today’s urban, suburban, and rural schools. We combine theory and practice—providing students with extensive opportunities for hands-on, practical experiences before they graduate—led by a diverse faculty recognized internationally for scholarship, leadership, and research. 

To learn more, visit the School of Education website.  

Helen Bader School of Social Welfare

The Helen Bader School of Social Welfare provides an unmatched environment for students to study social work and criminal justice. Its location in metropolitan Milwaukee gives students numerous opportunities to gain practical experience in social, health, educational, or criminal justice agencies.

To learn more, visit the Helen Bader School of Social Welfare website.  

School of Information Studies

The School of Information Studies (SOIS) degree programs prepare students for careers in the Information Technology and Library professions. Our academic programs are designed to meet the challenges of the digital world and an ever-expanding information landscape. SOIS graduates are prepared for careers across the spectrum of information, data, and technology.

To learn more, visit the School of Information Studies website.

Schools and Programs