Listen to our liveline Recording from 10.21.14 on common student application problems.
UW HELP gives you quick access to UW System information, and, our advisers are only a phone call away at 800-442-6459 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Preparing for College
Earning College Credit in High School(AP, IB, Youth Options and more)
Choosing a UW Campus
Contact Campus financial aid offices
ACT/SAT FAQ(including official and unofficial test scores)
UW HELP's publications are free and available for the audiences indicated below.
|Introduction to the UW System||Comprehensive guide to the UW campuses for undergraduate applicants||High school seniors & juniors, parents, counselors||Automatically mailed late August|
|Gearing Up for College Brochure||Preparing for college while in high school. Printed in English and Spanish.||Students in grades 7-9.||Automatically mailed fall/winter|
|MajorMania Infographic Card||Promotes the online application for admission and MajorMania||School counselors, students, parents||Available at your request beginning late August|
|"Seniors" Infographic Card||Helps seniors use the application for admission||High school seniors, parents||Available at your request beginning late August|
|Majors Poster||Displays the undergraduate academic programs||School counselor's bulletin board||Automatically mailed late August|
|ByLine Newsletter||Updates about UW campuses and related information||School counselors, other educators||Emailed periodically throughout the academic year|
|MajorMania Poster||Promotes MajorMania||School counselor's bulletin board||Automatically mailed late August|
|Apply Online Poster||Promotes the application for admission||School counselor's bulletin board||Automatically mailed late August|
Use our online request form to request printed materials.
To be added to a mailing list email email@example.com.
UW System Fall Workshops for School Counselors
Each September, UW HELP puts together a series of free morning workshops for school counselors and other educators. Workshops are offered at eight Wisconsin locations, and in the Chicago and Twin Cities areas.
Each workshop includes a presentation by UW HELP, brief updates from UW campus admissions officers, and an opportunity for questions. You may also pick up the latest UW HELP and campus-specific materials.
Workshop dates and registration information are announced in the ByLine newsletter. Workshops are free, but registration is required.
You may view the UW HELP presentation from the Fall 2015 workshops here.