Transfer Admission Requirements Fall 2018
Transfer Admission Guidelines
Applications are given a comprehensive review. The academic rigor of the college-level courses taken and cumulative GPA are important indicators of success. The applicant’s high school record may be considered as well. Nonacademic factors will also be considered and may include, but are not limited to, leadership, community service, creativity, unique talents, and personal characteristics that contribute to the strength and diversity of the campus.
A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 in transferrable coursework is generally required to be considered for admission to the university. Applicants receive a comprehensive review. Academic preparation and success are the primary considerations for admission, although nonacademic factors are also considered.
Applicants should be in good academic standing at the institution they are currently attending or have last attended.
Minimum GPA Requirements for Admission Consideration to Specific Majors
|3.00||Health and Human Performance (PE—teacher certification)|
|2.50||Health and Human Performance (Exercise and Sport Science)|
|2.75||Secondary Education (for admission to teacher education program)|
|2.60||Social Work Enrollment is limited. Students are encouraged to contact the Social Work Dept. Chair (715) 425-3319 before applying.|
|Music. Performance auditions and placement exams are required before registration. Contact the Music Dept. Chair (715) 425-3183 for information.|
Credit and Other Requirements for Admission Consideration
Higher priority will be given to students who have completed the equivalents to UW-RF English Composition 100 & 200 (English Composition I & II), Math 146 (College Algebra) or higher math, Speech 101 (Fundamentals of Oral Communication), and Biology 100 or 150 (Intro. Biology or General Biology).
Anticipated Application Deadlines/Priority Dates
Applications are accepted beginning February 1, 2017.
Priority is given to UW Colleges and WTCS liberal arts track transfers.
Admitted transfer students who have paid the enrollment deposit are informed of the opportunity to register during the continuing student registration period in April.
Additional registration days are held in June.
Enrollment deposit is $100.
Admission requirements and dates may be modified because of changing enrollment demands.
Special Note for UW System Transfer Applicants
The UW System undergraduate transfer policy states that priority for admission will be given to UW Colleges transfers and other UW System transfers from campuses where a major is not available, subject to the limits of a campus’s enrollment target. All UW System campuses have Guaranteed Transfer agreements with the UW Colleges. Students admitted under these agreements should follow the requirements of the agreement. The stipulations of these agreements are not included in this listing.