The University of Wisconsin–Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus is a university in Sheboygan, in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. It was established in 1933 in space provided by the Sheboygan School of Technical, Vocational and Adult Education, within Sheboygan's Central High School. During its first semester of operation, the campus offered six credits of coursework. A full range of courses did not become available until 1936 when a chemistry lab was installed. Sophomore courses were added, but with the advent of the World War II, low enrollments forced the program to be curtailed. Following the war, classes were restored.
After the war, enrollment increased dramatically, climbing from 30 students in 1945 to 152 in 1946. A period of reduced enrollment followed in the 1950s, but this trend quickly reversed by 1958 when enrollment surged to 140 students and has continued to grow since then.
Official Website https://sheboygan.uwc.edu/
Coordinates 43°44'18.911" N -87°45'17.503" E