Eau Claire, WI

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Eau Claire Apartments


Southside Property Management
Beds: Studio-3
Baths: 1-2


Stunning 3 bedroom home
Beds: 3
Baths: 3


Beautiful lake house
Beds: 4
Baths: 2


YMB Rentals
Beds: Studio-3
Baths: 1-2


R & R Housing
Beds: 1-3
Baths: 1
About Eau Claire, WI
Eau Claire is where top-ranked University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire is one of four institutions of higher learning. The residential population of the city is nearing 67,000, and the influx of new students each fall breathes vitality into its already lively social scene. But, Eau Claire is not just a college town. It also has a thriving economic and industrial base, and has a reputation as a great place to work and retire, thanks to its affordable cost of living.
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Eau Claire Schools

For a small city, Eau Claire has much to offer in the realm of education, with nearly three dozen public and private institutions serving the needs of K-12 students, including two high-performing charter schools. Four colleges and universities also call the city home: the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (UW-Eau Claire), Globe University, Chippewa Valley Technical College, and Immanuel Lutheran College. Many Eau Claire residents take continuing education courses at Globe and Chippewa Valley Tech, both of which offer career-focused programs. However, UW-Eau Claire is the largest and most renowned, with an enrollment that exceeds 10,000.

The Chippewa Valley M

For more than 300 years before the fur traders, lumberjacks, and farmers arrived in Chippewa Valley, the Ojibwa lived, loved, worshiped, and toiled in the Eau Claire region. Their tales and the stories of early European settlers are among the experiences to be had at the Chippewa Valley Museum in Eau Claire's Carson Park. Through its more than 16,200 artifacts and its storytelling exhibit format, the museum illustrates the life and times of the historic and more modern inhabitants of the valley. The museum also maintains three other historic sites, which allow visitors to step into 19th century Eau Claire.