Five arts instructors share what they’re looking forward to teaching precollege students this summer — from music production and composition to photography and creative writing.
Adopted in 1937, The UW Tuition Waiver Award has helped to launch the professional music careers of hundreds of students over the years.
Rob Dz is a hip-hop musician, spoken word artist and Kennedy Center-certified teaching artist. This summer, he revises his role as instructor for UW–Madison’s Summer Music Clinic.
The precollege program strives to help all students find their personal path to college — and to develop the skills and confidence they need to succeed when they get there.
One former student — now an instructor with the program — shares memories of his experience at WCATY, what’s changed and what remains the same.
Milwaukee siblings James and Debra Ejiwale share how Badger Precollege programs help them explore topics of interest, meet new friends and get a feel for college life.
The Badger Precollege team is building on a strong history of precollege programming at UW–Madison to boost access, diversity and collaboration for young learners.