Cardinal Stritch University, located in Wisconsin, is a private Roman Catholic university, which offers courses in Brookfield, Wisconsin; Madison, Wisconsin; as well as outreach programmes in other cities.
The Main Campus of Cardinal Stritch University is located on a 40-acre campus just nine miles north of Milwaukee. Lake Michigan is less than one mile east of campus.
Cardinal Stritch has been recognised for a wide range of academic achievements, which include being ranked highly in its region for best online masters in education, best Catholic college and best campus security.
Cardinal Stritch teams – nicknamed the Wolves – compete in the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC) of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). Men's sports include basketball, cross country, soccer, golf, tennis, bowling, track and field and volleyball; women's sports include basketball, cross country, soccer, softball, tennis, golf, track and field and volleyball.
Joan Steele Stein Centre for Communication Studies/Fine Arts is home to the communication, music, theatre, and art departments housing classrooms, offices, studios, and the university theatres.
Campus facilities include The Bean – the university’s student-run coffee house – computer labs, dining services and athletic facilities.
Cardinal Stritch promotes international and intercultural understanding by supporting students around the world. Students can study abroad for a full year, while short-term academic experiences are also available.
Notable alumni include Anthony "Tony" Zielinski, an American politician, John C. Pederson, a Minnesota politician and member of the Minnesota Senate, and Jason M. Fields, an American former stockbroker, financial advisor and banker.