- West Bend, WI
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Students on campus at UW-Milwaukee at Washington County
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- UW-Milwaukee at Washington County Admissions
- High School Requirements
Specific Credit Requirements Credits Subjects 4
English: including three credits of literature and/or composition.
Mathematics: algebra, geometry, and higher. College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) recommends four credits.
Natural Science: including at least one credit of lab science. CEAS and Nursing require at least one credit of chemistry; CEAS also recommends one credit of physics.
Electives: at least two must be from the above areas, foreign language, speech/communication, or other academic areas.
Foreign language is not required but is strongly recommended. Foreign language credits earned in high school help satisfy UW-Milwaukee’s foreign language requirement for graduation.
- Admission Guidelines
For many programs, new freshmen are likely to be admitted if they have appropriate high school preparation, rank in the top 50% of their class, or have an ACT composite score of at least 21 (or 980 SAT). BA students in Architecture, Engineering, Health Sciences, and Nursing require stronger academic preparation. Students applying to one of these programs will be required to select an additional alternate major (this alternate can’t be one of the selective majors listed here).
In addition to academic preparation, factors like leadership, motivation, and maturity, as addressed in your personal essay and/or recommendations, are reviewed and considered. UWM provides broad access to individuals and encourages all interested students to apply.
All freshman applicants under age 21 must submit ACT/SAT scores. Test scores posted on a high school transcript are accepted as official.
- Priority Deadline
- March 1, 2019
- Statement 1
- Tell us about your academic and personal achievements. What have you learned from your successes and/or challenges, and how will this influence you as you pursue your college education?
- Accept ACT/SAT Score on Official High School Transcript
- Application Fee
- Letter of Recommendation Required?
UW-Washington County offers associate degree, bachelor’s degree options, certificates and emphases. Learn more about UW-Washington County’s academic offerings.
- In-State Tuition and Fees (annual)
- Out-of-State Tuition (annual)
- Minnesota Reciprocity Tuition (annual)
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- FAFSA Priority Filing Date
- February 1
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