Classes Start: April 27, 2018
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Location / Parking Info


Directions to the campus from Chicago, IL

  • Take the Edens North to Tri-State I-94 towards Milwaukee.
  • Exit off the Tri-State in Illinois on to Route 173. Go West through Antioch to Richmond.
  • In Richmond, go West on Highway 12 (right). Highway 12 becomes four lanes just outside of Richmond. Remain on Highway 12 until expressway ends and joins with Highway 67 in Elkhorn, WI.
  • Turn right on Highway 12/67. Follow Highway 12/67 to Highway ES.
  • Turn left onto Highway ES. Follow Highway ES until it ends at Highway A.
  • Turn left onto Highway A.
  • Follow Highway A to Highway H and turn right/north. (Caution: Highway H will go left first but then go right – the direction you want to go).
  • After turning right onto Highway H, the road to The Center is about a 1/4 mile ahead. You will pass Lost Nation and Bubbling Springs roads.
  • You will notice a brown and gold sign/billboard on the right marking the gravel road to the Center.
  • Turn right after the sign/billboard and follow the gravel driveway about 1/2 mile to guest parking. Park and carry bags to the office area at the Art Silver Center (lower level of the third building on your right), or follow other posted directions upon arrival.

Wright Graduate University main line: (262) 742-4444.


Hours Of Operation

• Monday through Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 

• Saturday: Closed. Except for the residential study weekend which is held on Saturday, 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.
• Sunday: Closed. Except for the residential study weekend which is held on Sunday, 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. 
• Faculty and Staff are available after normal business hours as reasonable by phone and e-mail.

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