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If you are a prospective medical student that has questions about how to begin your life-changing journey at MCW, a supportive family member or friend of a prospective student looking for more information or if you’re looking to make a donation to support MCW’s work in your community and throughout the state, we’re here to help!


Three Campuses



8701 Watertown Plank Rd
Milwaukee, WI 53226


110 Grant Street
De Pere, WI 54115
(920) 403-4500


333 Pine Ridge
Boulevard, Suite 2-730
Wausau, WI 54401-4106
(715) 870-0900


Please direct general inquiries to:
Medical School
(414) 955-8246

Graduate School
(414) 955-8218
Office of Development
(414) 955-4700

Office of Communications/Media Contact
(414) 955-4725
Alumni Association
(414) 955-4781

GME – Residencies/Fellowships
(414) 955-4575


Office of Student Accounts
(414) 955-8172


  • MCW-Milwaukee
  • MCW-Green Bay
  • MCW-Central Wisconsin

In the vibrant metro Milwaukee area on the shore of Lake Michigan, the MCW flagship campus offers everything you would expect in an urban center, with friendly people and a variety of activities all year round to keep you busy when you’re not studying.

If you’re seeking a medical school that offers early clinical experience at some of the top hospitals in the country, significant one-on-one faculty attention, and the opportunity to choose a Scholarly Pathway that fits your career goals, MCW-Milwaukee is the right school for you. The Milwaukee campus program offers our four-year Discovery curriculum, ideal if you wish to explore several types of medicine before deciding what you ultimately want to practice, and if you want to experience multiple elective rotations and internships.

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At MCW-Milwaukee, biomedical innovation will surround you, as you learn from nationally recognized physicians and biomedical scientists. You’ll find them to be welcoming and supportive, providing a personalized approach to help you succeed in your medical education. In your clinical experience, you’ll be exposed to a wide variety of patient cases at some of the top-rated hospitals and clinics in the region, and in the nation.

There’s more to Green Bay than professional football, but living near Lambeau Field is a nice bonus if you to choose our newest campus serving Northeastern Wisconsin. It’s home to a diverse population, fortunate to live year-round in one of the most beautiful vacation areas in the Midwest, including popular Door County. You can enjoy miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, engage in plentiful arts and entertainment options and explore limitless recreational activities.

MCW-Green Bay works in partnership with the best academic and medical institutions in the region to bring you contemporary classroom technology and labs, a first class clinical education experience, and one-on-one attention to ensure your questions are answered, and your learning is personalized, just for you.

MCW Green Bay Students by the Bay


MCW Green Bay Campus Partners

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The Medical College has conducted extensive meetings with health care systems, academic institutions and civic and business leaders in Green Bay.

Discussions have been conducted with the following academic institutions and health systems:

In July 2016, MCW-Central Wisconsin matriculated its first class of medical students at our newest campus in beautiful Central Wisconsin, working in partnership with the best academic and medical facilities in the region. If you love the quality of life that comes with year-round outdoor sports and entertainment, balanced with great schools and quality family life in a mid-size city with top amenities, this campus may be for you.rm.

MCW-Central Wisconsin provides an innovative and focused program to train primary care physicians, surgeons and psychiatrists who will live and work in the region when they complete their medical education. By choosing MCW-Central Wisconsin, you can help ensure the sustainability of the healthcare system in our region by working as a family doctor or in another specialty – and eventually taking the place of a retiring physician.

Page Updated 08/16/2017