2017 Forestry Degree Buying Guide

Best Value Colleges for in Wisconsin

Following are the top colleges for Forestry degrees in Wisconsin for educational quality and the tuition. Wisconsin universities and colleges saw 72 Forestry students graduate with undergraduate degrees in 2015. Starting out, these grads will make about $38,635 on average. The average income increases to $67,437, mid-career.

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University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point is one of the finest schools in the United States for Forestry. Students who enjoy a more slow-paced life will appreciate University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point's location in the small town of Stevens Point, Wisconsin.

Student success after graduation is very important to University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, and graduates typically leave the university with total debt much lower than the national average.This school is known for a low crime rate, one of the safest schools in the country. Check out some school videos to learn more about what's happening on campus.

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