Baraboo Hills is one of the most colorful sites of the University of Wisconsin System. The Baraboo/Sauk County campus combines the advantages of a school close to home and work for many of its students with the credits and growth opportunities of a small school. It offers the best of both worlds— prestige of a university with the personal touch of a small campus. All COST PER SQ FT$68.00FEATURED IN2002 Architectural Portfolio at the campus carry the high academic standards of the university system, and credits are transferable to colleges and universities throughout the country.
The John and Murrel Lange Center was built to fulfill the need for a health and fitness center for the joint activities of students and faculty. On a sloping site near the campus entrance and parking area, a 47,000- square-foot brick and concrete masonry two-story structure was built to fit in with the fall of the land. A large gymnasium with adjacent athletic activities was provided at ground level with a second level above for offices and a cafeteria.