The Racine Campus, home to many academic programs, is located in the historic downtown Racine area and offers a stunning view of Lake Michigan. Its predecessor, the Racine Continuation School, marked the birthplace of publicly funded technical education in America when it opened in 1911.
Many buildings make up the large campus, including the Lake Building, Lincoln Building, Racine Building and Technical Building. The public can access and benefit from many sections of the campus.
- Hungry? During the Fall and Spring semesters, our Culinary Arts students prepare breakfast, lunch and operate a small bakery out of a full-service kitchen open to the public in the Lake Building.
- Looking for salon services? The View on 5 offers the public salon services ranging from haircuts to perms.
- Many groups rent out spaces in our conference center, a five-room and one auditorium facility that has video conference and technical support.
- The campus offers a full-service library to students and the public.
- Entrepreneurs looking for professional working space connect with our Launch Box Business Resource Center in our Racine Building.
- Follett bookstore