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2 College Sophomore

Weather: If you come here, know that it will get well below zero here in the winter! And they don't cancel class when it does!

3 College Junior

Weather: I'm from Wisconsin, so these long and frigid winters are nothing new to me, but they suck. Fall and spring are gorgeous, though, and campus is really beautiful during every season other than winter. It's pretty variable, though--my freshman year we had hardly any winter to speak of, but this year we've had just a sliver of spring before the end of the year.

4 College Sophomore

Weather: The first half of the fall semester is gorgeous- or it has been the past two years- and really makes for a nice entrance back into school life after summer. The next few months may be miserable to some- biting winds, multiple snowfalls- but the campus is really suitable for the winter as everything is just a short walk away. Some may argue that the campus is much prettier covered in a blanket of snow. It depends on your experience with winter (coming from the midwest previously, it is not that bad). The last few weeks in the spring are generally wonderful but dependent on each year. Being in a spring sport is pretty disappointing however, because the cold can last well into April.

4 College Junior

Weather: Typical Midwest weather, everyone just keeps on going

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3 College Senior

Weather: It is Wisconsin, so you can expect it to be hot in August and freezing in January. Snow usually comes second semester, but the campus is really small so, in reality, it's pretty manageable. Once the weather starts to warm up, almost everyone hangs outside on blankets and throw frisbees, etc.


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Well, here's a story: one time, it was 60 degrees at the end of January, and another time, we got snow in April. It can be boiling hot one day and sweater weather the next. It can even happen from day to night. We've got all the seasons here: winter, spring, summer, fall, Indian summer, and back to winter again-it's a vicious cycle. Winter seems to hang on the longest, what with all the snow we get that absolutely refuses to leave. There's generally a snowfall before Thanksgiving and a final smack in the face from winter sometime in March. But it's anybody's guess what can happen in between. It rains a lot during the between seasons, so bring your umbrella-actually, bring two, because those things are so easy to lose.

The campus does look pretty gorgeous during the fall and in the winter while the snow is still white. We get some good thunderstorms every now and then, and it feels so good when the campus thaws in the springtime and people start coming out of their dorm rooms again. Changing seasons are exciting; plus, it's a tried and true conversation starter.

Facts & Statistics

Temperature Averages
Spring - High: 57 °F
Spring - Low: 38 °F
Summer - High: 81 °F
Summer - Low: 60 °F
Fall - High: 60 °F
Fall - Low: 41 °F
Winter - High: 30 °F
Winter - Low: 16 °F
Precipitation Averages
Spring: 3.11 in./month
Summer: 4.25 in./month
Fall: 2.92 in./month
Winter: 1.48 in./month


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