Ashland is a city within the county of Ashland in the state of Wisconsin. It is situated on Lake Superior and owes its existence to fact that it’s a port town. In comparison to other cities throughout the state, Ashland is a relatively small city. As of 2010, it has a population of just under 9,000 full-time residents.
While there isn’t a whole happening in Ashland, it is home to several higher education institutions including Northland College, the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute and Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College.
The only four-year higher education in or around Ashland is Northland College, an undergraduate liberal arts college that offers programs focusing on the environment and sustainability. The outreach arm of the college, the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute, is also located in Ashland. The institute was founded in 1971 to in an effort to facilitate solutions to problems facing the environment in the region.
Below are profiles with information about four-year colleges and universities located in Ashland.
1411 Ellis Avenue
Ashland, WI 54806
main phone: (715) 682-1699
admission phone: (800) 753-1840
admission fax: (715) 682-1258
Northland College has a total student body of over 670 students, faculty of 60 and offers accredited bachelor’s degree programs in several fields of study including ethnic studies, arts, business, education, biology, engineering, health, legal studies, liberal arts, psychology and social sciences, among others.