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- High School Requirements
Specific Credit Requirements Credits Subjects 4
English: including three credits of literature and/or composition.
Mathematics: algebra, geometry, and one credit of advanced college preparatory mathematics (e.g., algebra II/higher algebra).
Natural Science: freshman science is considered one of the natural science credits.
Social Science/History: including one credit of world or American history.
Electives: chosen from the above areas, foreign language, art, music, speech, computer science, and other academic areas.
- Admission Guidelines
Admission is competitive and selective. We consider high school performance (class rank, rigor of coursework, cumulative GPA, and trend in grades), ACT/SAT scores, nonacademic factors (leadership, involvement, talent, accomplishments, and diversity in background and experience), recommendations, and personal statements. Academic preparation is the primary consideration for admission.
The following is a general profile of our admitted freshmen for fall 2017. Numbers reflect the middle 50% range, so 25% of admitted freshmen are above this range and 25% are below.
Profile of Admitted Students Criteria Middle 50% Class rank 62nd–87th percentile GPA 3.19-3.77 ACT composite 22–26
Official ACT/SAT score reports, received directly from the testing agency, are required for review of an application.
- Priority Deadline
- January 12, 2017
- Statement 1
- Why are you interested in the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire? What aspects of UW-Eau Claire are especially important to you? How will your particular life experiences, talents, commitments and/or interests help to enrich our community? (NOTE: This question is an important part of your application for admissions and may be used for admissions to other campus programs and for scholarship review.)
- Statement 2
What experiences and/or challenges, positive or negative, have influenced your academic performance? What have you learned from those experiences, and how will they guide you as you pursue your college education and life goals? (NOTE: This question is an important part of your application for admissions and may be used for admissions to other campus programs and for scholarship review.)
- Accept ACT/SAT Score on Official High School Transcript
- Application Fee
- Letter of Recommendation Required?
UW-Eau Claire offers a variety of majors, minors, certificates, and graduate programs. Learn more about UW-Eau Claire’s academic offerings.
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- FAFSA Priority Filing Date
- April 15, 2018; Incoming freshman need to file by March 1 to be notified by May 1
Living on Campus
Tours are held Monday-Friday at 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Make an appointment at least two weeks in advance by calling 715-836-5415 or register at UW-Eau Claire’s website.
UW-Eau Claire has program visit days; see uwec.edu/admissions for details.
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