Founded in 1970, the RCWG generates and applies research, develops curricula, prepares evaluation tools and conducts outreach for the purpose of supporting and inspiring initiatives to improve the lives of women and girls locally and nationally.
At the Career Education Center, resources and tools are available to empower you to employ your interests and education in a career. During the past three years, 94% of Alverno undergraduate alumnae were employed six months after graduation, and 84% report that their jobs were directly related to their studies at Alverno. Career education and activities are integrated throughout your curriculum, helping you focus and develop the abilities needed to be successful in your chosen field.
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Alverno Student Government - The Alverno Student Government (ASG) serves the undergraduate student body by:
Throughout its history, the Alverno College Archives has had a reputation for quality service. The Archives is currently staffed by one full-time archivist/records manager, Sara Shutkin and a part-time archives assistant, Debra Butz.
Our two residence halls on campus, Austin Hall and Clare Hall, are nestled on 46-acres of lush green space with running and walking paths, picnic tables and places for socializing, studying and reflection. Both residence halls offer the convenience of living close to classrooms, academic resources, campus clubs and organizations, performances and friends.
As an on-campus resident, you will enjoy meal service, free parking, a fitness center, a full calendar of activities, as well as easy access to downtown Milwaukee.
Alverno College is accredited by the following organizations:
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