Chancellor's Office

About UW-La Crosse

Established in 1909, UW-La Crosse is a public university enrolling approximately 10,300 undergraduate and graduate students within a vibrant community in one of the most beautiful regions of Wisconsin. UWL is part of the Universities of Wisconsin, a constellation of 13 universities and 26 campuses that promote the Wisconsin Idea in all corners of the state.

UWL offers 102 undergraduate programs in 30 disciplines, 30 graduate programs and two doctoral programs. Long recognized as a top mid-sized university in the Midwest, UWL is the No. 1 public university in Wisconsin with fewer than 25,000 students, according to U.S. News & World Report.

U.S. News & World Report Top Midwest Regional Public University ranking

Search & screen timeline

Late December/Early January
Review applications

Interview semi-finalists

Early March
Host finalists on campus

Late March
Interview finalists; appoint candidate

Search committee

  • Ashok Rai, Regent (committee chair)
  • Enilda Delgado, Professor of Sociology & Criminal Justice (committee vice chair)
  • Angela Adams, Regent
  • Evan Brenkus, Regent
  • Jim Kreuser, Regent
  • Emma Latus, President, Student Association
  • Kelly Nowicki, Associate Teaching Professor, College of Business Administration
  • Joan Prince, Regent
  • Kimberly Schliebe, Administrative Assistant, Administration & Finance
  • Todd Taylor, Chair, UWL Alumni & Friends Foundation Board
  • Lisa Weston, Associate Director, Residence Life