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Fillable Printable University of Wisconsin Application Form - University of Wisconsin

Fillable Printable University of Wisconsin Application Form - University of Wisconsin

University of Wisconsin Application Form - University of Wisconsin

University of Wisconsin Application Form - University of Wisconsin

Use the electronic application or
this form to apply for undergraduate
admission to any UW System
institution. Detach the application
form and submit the completed
application to the admissions
office at the institution to which
you are applying. (See page 8 for
addresses.)
Submit a separate application to
each campus you are interested
in attending.
Information on application fees
can be found on page 1.
Detailed instructions for completing
this application are found inside. For
additional assistance, contact:
Your high school counselor.
The Admissions Office at
the institution to which you
are applying.
The UW System HELP Office
at 1-800-442-6459, 711 for
Wisconsin Relay, or on the
Web at: uwhelp.wisconsin.edu.
The Veterans Services Office
at the institution to which you
are applying, for assistance
for veterans.
To apply online, use our electronic application at: apply.wisconsin.edu
Application for
Undergraduate Admission
07505 UWSA
To provide the highest quality educational opportunity for all students
in a diverse learning environment, UW System
Admissions Offices seek to admit students whose academic
preparation, background and personal experience suggest that the
student will succeed at the institution, benefit from that educational
experience, and contribute to the educational environment. For
information about UW System general admission requirements and
selection criteria used by all UW System institutions, see the UW
System Freshman Admission policy at
www.wisconsin.edu/policies/freshmanadmission.htm. For more
information about admission expectations and guidelines at specific
UW institutions, visit the appropriate UW campus website (see page 8)
or UW HELP at uwhelp.wisconsin.edu.
General Information and Instructions
APPLICATION DEADLINES
UW System institutions begin accepting applications on
September 1 for the following fall semester. Most have application
priority dates or deadlines after which applications may no longer
be considered, so it is generally to your advantage to apply as early as
possible.
Consult Introduction to the University of Wisconsin System, your high
school counselor or the individual institution(s) for information about
deadlines.
COMPLETING THIS APPLICATION
You must complete Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8 & 9. If you are currently
attending high school, you must also complete Section 5. If you are cur-
rently attending any postsecondary institution, you must complete Sec-
tion 6.
If you wish to apply for admission to more than one UW System insti-
tution, submit a separate application form to each. Duplicated copies
may be used as long as they are legible and the proper institution is
designated on each copy. Each copy must bear an original signature.
Detach the application form and submit the completed application to the
institution to which you are applying.
If you are still attending high school, submit each application along
with the application fee to your high school counselor. Your counselor will
forward it to the appropriate institution. An official high school transcript
is also required.
If you are no longer attending high school, submit the application fee
(if required), and request all required transcripts be sent directly to the
admissions office of the appropriate UW System institution.
NEW FRESHMAN APPLICANTS
Application Fee: New freshmen applying for admission must pay
a nonrefundable $44 application fee with each application submitted.
The fee is good for one year (two semesters and a summer session). A
separate check or money order, payable to the University of Wisconsin,
must accompany each application. Do not send cash.
Transcripts: An official transcript of your complete high school
record (beginning with grade 9) is required. If you are still enrolled in
high school, submit your completed application form(s) and official high
school transcript(s) to the UW System institution(s) to which you are
applying. If you have already graduated, contact your high school to have
an official transcript sent to each UW System institution to which you are
applying. If you have a GED/HSED, you will need to have an official score
report sent in addition to an official high school transcript.
Test Scores: New freshmen are required to submit the results of the
ACT or SAT to each campus to which they are applying. Nontraditional
students may not be required to submit the results of the ACT or SAT.
Consult the institution(s) to which you are applying to obtain information
about standardized test requirements. If you have not taken the ACT or
SAT, contact your high school counselor or the UW System HELP office to
obtain information about how and when to take a test.
Courses in Progress: If you are still attending high school, be sure to
complete Section 5 of this form. If you are taking college courses while
in high school, list them in Section 6.
TRANSFER APPLICANTS
Application Fee: If you are applying as a degree-seeking student
to this institution, a nonrefundable application fee of $44 is required.
This fee is not required if your last institution attended was a UW
Colleges freshman/sophomore campus (UW-Baraboo/Sauk County,
UW-Barron County, UW Colleges Online, UW-Fond du Lac, UW-Fox Valley,
UW-Manitowoc, UW-Marathon County, UW-Marinette, UW-Marshfield/
Wood County, UW-Richland, UW-Rock County, UW-Sheboygan, UW-
Washington County, UW-Waukesha).
The application fee is not required
if you previously attended, as a degree-seeking student, the campus to
which you are again applying, but is required if you previously attended
only as a special (non-degree seeking) student.
The fee is required if
you are transferring between four year campuses. The fee is good for
one year (two semesters and a summer session). A separate check or
money order, payable to the University of Wisconsin, must accompany
each application. Do not send cash.
Transcripts: An official transcript of your complete high school record
(beginning with grade 9) and transcripts from all postsecondary institu-
tions you have attended are required. Contact your high school and each
previously attended institution to request that official transcripts be sent
to the UW System institution(s) to which you are applying. If you have a
GED/HSED, you will also need to have an official score report sent.
Test Scores: Neither the ACT nor the SAT is generally required of
transfer students. You will be notified if any standardized test scores are
required in order to complete your application.
Courses in Progress: If you are currently enrolled at a college or
university, be sure to complete Section 6.
REENTRY APPLICANTS
Application Fee: The application fee is not required if you are apply-
ing to a UW System institution you have previously attended as a degree-
seeking student.
Transcripts: You need not resubmit your high school transcripts.
However, if you have attended any college or university since you last
attended the institution you now wish to reenter, you must request offi-
cial transcripts from these institutions.
Test Scores: Not required.
High School Information: You need not complete Questions 34, 35,
48 and Section 5.
Courses in Progress: If you are currently enrolled at a college or
university, be sure to complete Section 6 of this application.
INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS
International applicants are required to provide a non-U.S. perma-
nent home address when applying for admission.
Most UW campuses do not use this application form for international
student admission. You are encouraged to obtain application informa-
tion from each institution to which you are applying to. The institution(s)
to which you are applying will provide detailed instructions for
completing the application process. In addition to an application fee and
official transcripts, you will be required to provide other documents to
complete your application. Use the information found on page 8 of this
application to communicate with the UW System institution(s) of interest.
SPECIAL/NONDEGREE APPLICANTS
Each UW System institution has separate procedures for the admis-
sion of students who are interested in enrolling in undergraduate level
courses without formally entering a degree program. Some institutions
use a different application form for students in this category. Consult the
appropriate UW System institution for specific information about admis-
sion, deadlines and the correct form to use.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
(Refer to specific item number in brackets.)
Previous Name(s) (2): Be sure to provide all previous names under
which any high school or postsecondary educational records may exist
for you.
Social Security or Other Taxpayer Identification Number: Federal
law allows the UW System to request and use your Social Security or
other Taxpayer Identification Number (SSN or TIN). While you are not
legally required to provide your SSN or TIN on this form, you are strongly
encouraged to do so. You will be required to provide your SSN or TIN
when you apply for financial aid or educational tax benefits. If you are a
U.S. citizen or a resident alien for U.S. tax purposes, the IRS may require
you to pay a $50 penalty for failing to provide a UW institution your SSN
or TIN after enrolling. If you provide your SSN or TIN, it will be used and
disclosed only as described in “Use and Disclosure of Social Security or
Other Taxpayer Identification Number" found on page seven of this form.
Racial/Ethnic Heritage (7):
You are not required to disclose your
racial/ethnic heritage. However, you are strongly encouraged to do so.
Your response to this question will help the UW System meet federal
reporting requirements. Your response may also assist in identifying
opportunities and awarding scholarships and financial aid.
American Indian or Alaska Natives are encouraged to enter tribal
affiliation in addition to checking the appropriate category. The category
Other Asian includes people with origins in the Far East, Southeast Asia
and the Indian subcontinent. The racial/ethnic information you provide
will be treated as confidential and will be used and disclosed only as
described on page 7 of this form.
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Continued on page 7
SECTION I PERSONAL INFORMATION
APPLICATION CONTINUES ON REVERSE SIDE
THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM
Application for Undergraduate Admission
Please read instructions before completing any part of this form.
•PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE •USE BLUE OR BLACK INK
22
3 Social Security Number:
qqq-qq-qqqq
(SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx)
Taxpayer Identification Number:
qqq-qq-qqqq
(TIN: 9xx-xx-xxxx)
4 Sex:
q Female q Male
5 Date of Birth: (mo/day/yr)
_____ / _____ / _____
6 Place of Birth: City: __________________________
State: __________ Country: ___________________
9 If not a U.S. citizen, check one:
q Refugee/Granted Political Asylum. Attach a copy of I-94.
q Permanent Resident:
Give Permanent Resident Registration Number:_______
Attach a copy of both sides of Permanent Resident Card.
q Visa Holder: Give Visa Type
(e.g., H4): ________________________
q I intend to request a Student Visa: q F1 q J1
q None of the above
8 Are you a U.S. citizen?
q Yes q No If no, identify country of citizenship: ____________________________
b. Race: Choose one or more from the list below.
q Cuban
q Mexican, Mexican American, or Chicano
q Puerto Rican
q Other Hispanic or Latino
q African American or Black
q American Indian or Alaska Native
(specify tribal affiliation)
___________________________
q Native Hawaiian/
Pacific Islander
q Cambodian
q Hmong
q Laotian
q Vietnamese
q Other Asian
q White
10 Have you and/or a parent or spouse served in
the U.S. Military? (Check all that apply)
q Self q Parent/Spouse q Neither
11 Has either of your parents earned a four-year
college/university degree?
q Yes q No
12 Did your parent(s), grandparent(s) or legal
guardian(s) earn a degree from the campus to
which you are applying?
q Yes q No
17 Name of campus you wish to enter:
UW- __________________________
18 Are you currently at, or have you previously attended, the institution to which you are sending this application?
q Yes q No If yes, as: q Undergraduate q Graduate q Nondegree/Special
If yes, attendance dates: (mo/yr) From: _____ /_____ To: _____ /_____
19 Applying as:
q New Freshman
q Transfer
q Reentry
q Nondegree/Special
q Summer Only
q Second Undergraduate Degree
q Additional Major/Minor/
Certification
20 Semester/Term you plan to enter: (check one)
q Fall (September–December) /Year _____
q Spring (January–May) /Year _____
q Summer (May–August) /Year _____
q Other/Year _____
21 I plan to attend the University:
q Full-time
q Part-time
22 Intended Major or Field of Study:
23 Academic School/College you wish to enter at the University
(e.g., College of Letters & Science, Business, etc.):
24 If you plan to teach, please check one:
q
Early Childhood
q
Elementary Education
q
Secondary Education
25 Undergraduate Degree Sought:
q B.A. q B.S.
q Other _________________
q Unknown q None
27 Do you plan to apply for financial aid
(loans, grants, work study)? q Yes q No
26 University from which you expect to graduate:
28 Do you want to live on campus?
q Yes q No
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
q R
q N
SECTION 2 ADDRESS INFORMATION
13 Permanent Home Address: (International students must provide a non-U.S. address.)
Street: ____________________________________________ City: _______________________________________
State: _______ Zip Code:
County (if Wisconsin): _______________________________ Country (if not U.S.): _________________________
Since (mo/yr): _____ /_____
Area Code and Phone Number:
( ) _______________________________
14 Mailing Address: (if different)
Street: __________________________________________ City: _______________________
State: _______ Zip Code:
Country (if not U.S.): _______________________________
Effective Dates (mo/day/yr): From: _____ /_____ /_____ To: ____ /_____ /_____
Area Code and Phone Number:
( ) _______________________________
15 Cell Phone Number: ( ) 16 E-mail Address:
SECTION 3 CAMPUS INFORMATION
7 Racial/Ethnic Heritage: You are not required to disclose your racial/ethnic heritage.
However, you are strongly encouraged to do so. Your response to this question will help
the UW System meet federal reporting requirements. Your response may also assist in
identifying opportunities and awarding scholarships and financial aid.
a. Ethnicity: Are you of Hispanic or Latino origin?
q Yes q No
(If yes, choose one or more from the following list.)
1 Name: Last (Family) ___________________________________ First (Legal) _____________________________ Middle _______________________
2 Previous Name(s) as used on
high school/college records:
To apply electronically
use our website at: apply.
wisconsin.edu
I allow text message communication from the university.
q Yes q No
SECTION 4 EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
34 Have you taken the ACT/SAT?
q Yes q No
If yes, dates: (mo/yr)
q ACT ____ / ____q ACT ____ / ____
q SAT ____ / ____ q SAT ____ / ____
Name of School/College/University City/State From: (mo/yr) To: (mo/yr) Degree Earned/Year
36 List all institutions of higher education attended, both U.S. and foreign (even if you withdrew). Include name of college for courses taken in high school, colleges, universities, technical colleges, the institution you are
currently attending, extension programs, etc., and any degree(s) earned. Attach an additional page if needed. Failure to list all institutions may result in disciplinary action, rescission of admission, and/or invalidation
of credits or degrees earned.
31 ACT/ETS High School Code:
(Obtain from H.S.)
33 Instead of a high school diploma, have you
completed one of the following?
qGED qH.S. Equivalency Diploma
Issued by State of: ______________
Test date: (mo/yr) _____ / _____
29 High School or Home School of Graduation:
School
________________________City________________________State________
30 Date of High School or Home School Graduation:
(mo/yr) _____ / _____
32 Were you homeschooled at any point during grades 9-12?
q Yes q No If yes, which grades? ______________
35 Are you scheduled to take the ACT/SAT?
q
Yes
q
No
If yes, dates: (mo/yr)
q ACT ____ / ____q SAT ____ / ____
SECTION 5 (a) HIGH SCHOOL COURSES IN PROGRESS (If Applicable)
Semester/Term Department Name Course Title Number of Credits
If you are currently attending high school, list ALL your senior year courses. Include and identify any Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), and/or Project Lead The Way (PLTW) courses in
this section. Admission decisions are made with the expectation that all courses listed below will be successfully completed. Failure to complete all courses listed may result in rescission of admission. Notify the
admissions office of any enrollment changes in the courses listed below. Students who are enrolled, or plan to enroll, in college courses while still in high school should complete both this section and Section 6a
(College Courses in Progress).
Example: Fall Semester English American Authors .5
Example: Spring Semester Science Advanced Placement (AP) Chemistry .5
Example: Academic Year Mathematics Pre-Calculus 1
APPLICATION CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE
SECTION 5 (b) ADDITIONAL HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION (If Applicable)
Name of School City State Years of Attendance
If you plan to attend summer school, indicate name of school:
If you have attended any high school(s) other than the school from which you will graduate from, please include the name, city and state of each school and the years you attended each school.
Are you enrolled in the Wisconsin Youth
Apprenticeship Program?
q
Yes
q
No
If yes, identify program name:
13
Did you sign the Wisconsin Covenant
Pledge?
q Yes q No
APPLICATION CONTINUES ON REVERSE SIDE
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SECTION 6 (a) COLLEGE COURSES IN PROGRESS (If Applicable)
List below the college courses in which you are currently enrolled. If you are officially registered for a future term(s), also list those courses. Attach an additional sheet if needed. Request an official transcript to be sent
now and at the end of each term.
Name of College or University: _____________________________________________________
Course TitleSemester/Term
& Year
Dept. Name
Number of
Credits
Example:
Fall Semester 2014
Psychology 101 Introduction to Psychology 3
Name of College or University: _____________________________________________________
Course TitleSemester/Term
& Year
Dept. Name
Number of
Credits
Example:
Spring Semester 2015
Course
Number
Biology 201 Human Biology 4
SECTION 6 (b) ADDITIONAL COLLEGE INFORMATION
If you plan to attend summer school, indicate name of college/university: If you are attending a UW Colleges campus, Wisconsin Technical College, or other two-year/community college, will you
have earned an associate degree prior to enrolling at the campus for which you are completing this application?
q
Yes
q
No If yes, date expected (mo/yr)
: _____ / _____
SECTION 7 RESIDENCY AND PARENTAL INFORMATION FOR TUITION DETERMINATION (Must be completed by ALL applicants.)
38 Have you, your spouse or parents recently moved to Wisconsin to begin full-time employment, or do
you expect to do so before the beginning of the term for which you are applying? qYes q No
40 Do you hold a valid Wisconsin driver’s license?
q Yes Since (mo/yr): _____ /_____ qNo
42 Have you filed a Wisconsin state income (not property) tax return as a resident for the past two years?
q Yes What years: _____ /_____ q No
44 Have you voted or registered to vote in Wisconsin?
q Yes When? (mo/yr) _____ /_____ q No
37 Are you a legal Wisconsin resident and/or do you claim legal Wisconsin residence for tuition purposes?
q Yes q No
39 I have lived continuously and only in Wisconsin since (mo/yr): _____ /_____
41 Have you registered a motor vehicle(s) only in Wisconsin?
q Yes Since (mo/yr): _____ /_____ q No
43 I am listed as a dependent on income tax forms of:
q Father q Mother q Spouse q Stepparent
q Legal Guardian q Claim my own exemption since (yr): _____ q Other (specify) _______________
Street City State From: (mo/yr) To: (mo/yr)
45 List all former addresses during the last two years. Attach an additional sheet if needed.
46 Check the appropriate box to indicate the relationship of the individuals described below and provide the required information. This section must be completed by ALL applicants (including dates).
Parent/Guardian 1:q Father q Mother q Stepparent q Legal Guardian Living? q Yes q No Parent/Guardian 2:q Father q Mother q Stepparent q Legal Guardian Living? q Yes q No
Name: Name:
Present Address: q Unknown Present Address: q Unknown
City/State/Zip City/State/Zip
Area Code and Phone Number: (
) Area Code and Phone Number: (
)
Email address: Email address:
Previous Home Address:
q Unknown Previous Home Address: q Unknown
City/State/Zip City/State/Zip
Has he/she filed a Wisconsin state income (not property) Occupation: Has he/she filed a Wisconsin state income (not property) Occupation:
tax return as a resident within the past two years? tax return as a resident within the past two years?
q Yes q No If yes, what tax year/s? ______ /______ q Yes q No If yes, what tax year/s? ______ /______
Is he/she a U.S. citizen? q Yes q No Is he/she a U.S. citizen? q Yes q No
If Permanent Resident, attach a copy of Permanent Resident Card (both sides). If Permanent Resident, attach a copy of Permanent Resident Card (both sides).
Where and when did he/she last vote or register to vote? (state) _______ (mo/yr) _____ /_____ Where and when did he/she last vote or register to vote? (state) _______ (mo/yr)______ /______
SECTION 7 RESIDENCY AND PARENTAL INFORMATION FOR TUITION DETERMINATION continued (Must be completed by ALL applicants.)
APPLICATION CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE
47 List your employment history for the last two years. Attach an additional sheet if needed.
Employer Occupation/Job Title City/State From (mo/yr): To (mo/yr): Hours per Week
SECTION 8 EMPLOYMENT AND ACTIVITIES
48 Please list below, in order of importance to you, your principal extracurricular, community and/or volunteer activities, as well as honors/awards earned. You may include involvement with school organizations, religious
and service organizations, family obligations, employment, and/or participation in the arts, athletics, publications, etc.
Activity
5
49 Briefly explain (in 50-100 words) how you decided which activity in Item #48 was the most important to you.
Since (mo/yr):
_____ /_____
Since (mo/yr):
_____ /_____
Leadership Position, Honors and/or Awards
Period of Involvement
example: Grade 9, 10, 11, 12
or Post-High School
Level of Involvement
example: Low - 2 hrs./wk.
Medium - 3-4 hrs./wk.
High - 5 or more hrs./wk.
From (mo/yr):
_____ /_____
To (mo/yr):
_____ /_____
From (mo/yr):
_____ /_____
To (mo/yr):
_____ /_____
I certify that the information in this application is true and complete to the best of my knowledge and I understand that inaccurate information may affect my enrollment, tuition or financial aid status. I agree to notify
the admissions office, in writing, if there is a change to any of this information, including permanent home address. I also understand that if I have applied for financial assistance, information concerning the amount of
financial aid I may be offered may be released to other agencies that may also be considering me for assistance. By filing this application, I authorize my high school to release a transcript of my high school record and
any other pertinent information to the University of Wisconsin System. I further authorize the University of Wisconsin System to release my Social Security Number (SSN) or other Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) and
date of birth to any UW Institution. If I enroll at this University, I will abide by its rules and regulations. This application and supporting documents become the property of the University of Wisconsin System.
Applicant's Signature _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Date _________________________________________________
For reentering students only: I hereby declare that my name has changed as shown in Item 2 (Section 1). By means of the above signature, I hereby authorize the University to change my records accordingly.
SECTION 10 APPLICANT'S SIGNATURE (To be valid, application must be signed and dated.)
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Submit your response to question 50 on a separate sheet of paper. Include your full name and date of birth on each sheet and attach it to your application.
50. Please tell us about the particular life experiences, talents, commitments and/or interests you will bring to our specific campus that will enrich our community.
SECTION 9 STATEMENT(S)
Return to Wisconsin (12): If you are not a Wisconsin or Minne-
sota resident and you are admitted to a campus that your parent(s),
grandparent(s) or legal guardian(s) graduated from, you may qualify
for a nonresident tuition discount. Campuses participating in the
Return to Wisconsin tuition discount program are UW-Eau Claire,
UW-Green Bay, UW-La Crosse, UW-Oshkosh, UW-Parkside, UW-River Falls,
UW-Stevens Point, UW-Stout and UW-Whitewater. If the campus to which
you are applying participates in this program and you are admitted, you
will be sent information requiring documentation to qualify for the non-
resident tuition discount.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION (contin-
ued from p. 1)
Wisconsin Covenant (5b): This program was designed to encour-
age Wisconsin youth to pursue an educational path that will lead to
higher
z
education. Most students sign the WisconsinCovenant "Pledge"
in 8th
grade. For more information on the Wisconsin Covenant, visit
wisconsinscovenant.wi.gov.
Semester/Term You Plan to Enter (20): If you plan to enter a UW
System institution during an interim term, check other and indicate year.
Contact the campus you plan to enter for specific information regarding
availability, dates and admission process.
RESIDENCY INSTRUCTIONS
Wisconsin Statutes, Section 36.27(2), govern resident status for
tuition purposes. If you do not qualify as a Wisconsin resident, in most
cases your tuition will be assessed at the significantly higher out-of-state
rate. In determining resident status for tuition purposes, different stan-
dards are used than those which may be used for voting, paying taxes,
etc. Individuals who come to Wisconsin primarily for educational pur-
poses do not automatically qualify as Wisconsin residents for tuition pur-
poses even after living in Wisconsin a year or more. You may be asked to
provide further information related to a determination of resident status
for tuition purposes.
In general, you must be a bona fide resident of Wisconsin for at least
12 months prior to enrollment to be eligible for in-state tuition, but there
are some exceptions:
1. If you graduated from a Wisconsin high school and your parent(s)
lived continuously and only in Wisconsin for the 12 months prior to enroll-
ment, you may qualify as a Wisconsin resident. Complete all parts of
Section 7 of the application form and your status will be determined.
2. If one of your parents lives in Wisconsin and you are a tax depen-
dent of your parents, or if you are a refugee who came to Wisconsin
immediately upon entering the United States, you may be able to pay
fees and tuition at the resident rate. You may also qualify for the resident
rate if you are a member of the Armed Forces stationed in Wisconsin,
a migrant worker who has worked in Wisconsin annually, or the spouse
or child of a person in one of these categories. If you believe you qualify
under one of these categories, contact the campus to which you are
applying for information about Wisconsin Statutes 36.27(2).
3. If you, your spouse, or someone who claims you as a tax depen-
dent has relocated to Wisconsin for full-time continuous employment
with a current employer, or has accepted new full-time employment with
current employer before moving to Wisconsin and before applying for
admission to a UW System institution, if that employment has begun
before your term of enrollment and continues full-time with the same
employer, you may qualify as a resident for tuition purposes if you intend
to establish and maintain a permanent home in Wisconsin. You will be
contacted for additional information.
4. If you are unsure whether you qualify for resident tuition under
any of these provisions, contact the institution to which you are applying
for more information.
Minnesota Residents: You may be eligible to participate in the
Wisconsin/Minnesota tuition reciprocity program. Contact the Office
of Higher Education, 1450 Energy Park Drive, Suite 350, St. Paul,
MN 55108-5227 (651-642-0567 or 1-800-657-3866); or visit their
website at www.getreadyforcollege.org for more information. On this
application, you should not claim legal Wisconsin residence. You
will be classified as a nonresident at the institution where you enroll.
To expedite verification please provide your Social Security Number or
Tax Payer Identification Number.
ADDITIONAL UW SYSTEM INFORMATION
Financial Aid: You may submit an application for financial aid after
January 1 of the year in which you wish to enroll (for fall semester appli-
cants). Most institutions have financial aid priority dates or deadlines,
so it is generally to your advantage to apply as soon as possible after
January 1. A financial aid application form and information concerning
the application process may be obtained from your high school coun-
selor or from the financial aid office of the institution(s) to which you are
applying. To access the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA),
visit www.fafsa.gov. If applying for spring or summer semester enroll-
ment, consult the individual institution for information about appropri-
ate deadlines. Note that you must provide your Social Security Number
or Tax Payer Identification Number on your application if you intend to
apply for financial aid. Applying for financial aid will have no bearing on
an admission decision.
On-Campus Housing: Since demand for student housing exceeds
availability at many institutions, it is important to apply for housing as
early as possible. Most UW System institutions automatically furnish
housing information and materials to each applicant admitted. UW-Mad-
ison sends a housing contract to admitted students for the fall semester
as long as space remains available; however, students interested in living
on campus beginning in the spring semester must submit a separate
housing application available by writing or calling the University Housing
Office. Students wishing to live on campus at UW-Barron, UW-Fox Valley,
UW-Marathon, UW-Marinette, or UW-Richland should request an applica-
tion from the Student Services Office.
Equal Opportunity: The UW System is committed to equal oppor-
tunity for all. No student may be denied admission to, participation in
or the benefits of, or be discriminated against in any service, program,
course or facility of the system or its institutions because of the student's
race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, disability, ancestry, age,
sexual orientation, pregnancy, marital status or parental status.
Inquiries concerning compliance with the requirements of Title IX,
referring to equal opportunity regardless of sex may be directed to the
UW System Office of Human Resources and Workforce Diversity, 1570
Van Hise Hall, 1220 Linden Dr., Madison, WI 53706 (608-262-5504).
Inquiries pertaining to nondiscrimination on the basis of disability may be
addressed to the Office of the Chancellor of any UW System institution.
Use and Disclosure of Racial/Ethnic Information: The U.S. Depart-
ment of Education requires the University to report the number of stu-
dents in various racial/ethnic categories. Your cooperation in furnishing
accurate information will be appreciated.
Racial/ethnic heritage information will be treated as confidential
and will not appear on academic records, grade reports, class lists or
transcripts. Individual student racial/ethnic information will be released
only with the student’s consent or as otherwise required or permitted
by law.
Use and Disclosure of Social Security or Other Taxpayer Identifica-
tion Number: Federal law allows the University to request and use your
Social Security or other Taxpayer Identification Number (SSN or TIN) for
routine record keeping, institutional statistics and research, and compli-
ance with Federal and State reporting requirements. Although provid-
ing the SSN or TIN is not required for admission to the University, it is
required for financial aid and ensures that you will be able to claim the
new educational tax benefits, if eligible, on your federal tax return. The
University may use the SSN or TIN for billing and collection efforts, finan-
cial aid, internal verification and administrative purposes.
The SSN or TIN is protected under the Federal Privacy Act of 1974 (5
U.S.C. 552a) and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
(20 U.S.C. 1232g) and will only be disclosed as provided above or with
the student’s consent or as otherwise required or permitted by law.
Requesting Disability-Related Accommodations and Services: To
receive information about disability-related services, including accom-
modations and academic adjustments, contact the Office of Services
for Students with Disabilities at the institution to which you are applying.
It is recommended that requests for disability-related services be made
as soon as possible.
Services for Veterans: For the purpose of this application only, a
veteran is a former or current member of the United States Military. Vet-
erans no longer serving need to have been discharged in good standing.
Eligibility for benefits or services will vary based upon the individual's
specific level of service. Please note that other agencies or applications
may use a different definition to establish veteran status.
UW System institutions are approved to offer veterans’ educational
benefits under programs provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans
Affairs and the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs. There are also
programs and benefits that provide services to spouses and children of
those who have or are currently serving in the U.S. Military.
For information on veterans’ educational benefits, contact the U.S.
Department of Veterans Affairs Education Service at 800-827-1000 or
visit their website at www.gibill.va.gov. Information on Wisconsin state
benefits is available from the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs:
call 800-947-8387 or visit their website at dva.state.wi.us/Ben-educa-
tion.asp. The names and phone numbers of veterans affairs coordinators
for each UW System institution can be found in the UW HELP website at
uwhelp.wisconsin.edu/paying/veterans.aspx.
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UW-Eau Claire P.O. Box 4004
(715) 836-5415 Eau Claire, WI
www.uwec.edu
ADMISSIONS OFFICES — CONTACT INFORMATION
Send your completed application addressed to the ADMISSIONS OFFICE of the institution to which you are applying.
UW-Green Bay 2420 Nicolet Drive
(920) 465-2111 Green Bay, WI
[email protected]gb.edu 54311-7001
www.uwgb.edu
UW-La Crosse 1725 State Street
(608) 785-8939 La Crosse, WI
www.uwlax.edu
UW-Madison 702 West Johnson Street
(608) 262-3961 Suite 1101
Madison, WI
www.wisc.edu 53715-1007
UW-Milwaukee P.O. 2174
(414) 229-2222 Milwaukee, WI
www.uwm.edu
UW-Oshkosh P.O. Box 2423
(920) 424-3164 Oshkosh, WI
www.uwosh.edu
UW-Parkside P.O. Box 2000
(262) 595-2355 Kenosha, WI
www.uwp.edu
UW-Platteville 1 University Plaza
(608) 342-1125 Platteville, WI
www.uwplatt.edu
UW-River Falls 410 S. 3rd Street
(715) 425-3500 River Falls, WI
[email protected]f.edu 54022-5001
www.uwrf.edu
UW-Stevens Point 1108 Fremont Street
(715) 346-2441 Stevens Point, WI
www.uwsp.edu
UW-Stout 212 Millenium Hall
(715) 232-1232 Menomonie, WI
www.uwstout.edu
UW-Superior P.O. Box 2000
(715) 394-8230 Belknap & Catlin
[email protected].edu Superior, WI
www.uwsuper.edu 54880-4500
UW-Whitewater 800 W. Main Street
(262) 472-1440 Whitewater, WI
[email protected].edu 53190-1791
www.uww.edu
UW-Barron County 1800 College Drive
(715) 234-8024 Rice Lake, WI
uwbcinf[email protected] 54868-2497
www.barron.uwc.edu
UW-Baraboo/Sauk County 1006 Connie Road
(608) 355-5230 Baraboo, WI
boouinf[email protected] 53913-1098
www.baraboo.uwc.edu
UW-Fond du Lac 400 University Drive
(920) 929-1122 Fond du Lac, WI
fdlinf[email protected] 54935-2998
www.fdl.uwc.edu
UW-Fox Valley 1478 Midway Road
(920) 832-2620 Menasha, WI
foxinf[email protected] 54952-1297
www.uwfox.uwc.edu
UW-Manitowoc 705 Viebahn Street
(920) 683-4707 Manitowoc, WI
www.manitowoc.uwc.edu
UW-Marathon County 518 S. 7th Avenue
(715) 261-6235 Wausau, WI
www.uwmc.edu
UW-Marinette 750 W. Bay Shore Street
(715) 735-4301 Marinette, WI
ssinf[email protected] 54143-4253
www.marinette.uwc.edu
UW-Marshfield/Wood County 2000 W. 5th Street
(715) 389-6530 Marshfield, WI
[email protected]c.edu 54449-3310
www.marshfield.uwc.edu
UW-Richland 1200 Highway 14 West
(608) 647-6186 Richland Center, WI
rlninf[email protected] 53581-1399
www.richland.uwc.edu
UW-Rock County 2909 Kellogg Avenue
(608) 758-6565 ext. 200 Janesville, WI
rckinf[email protected]c.edu 53546-5699
www.rock.uwc.edu
UW-Sheboygan One University Drive
(920) 459-6633 Sheboygan, WI
www.sheboygan.uwc.edu
UW-Washington County 400 University Drive
(262) 335-5201 West Bend, WI
student-inf[email protected] 53095-3699
www.washington.uwc.edu
UW-Waukesha 1500 N. University Drive
(262) 521-5040 Waukesha, WI
wak[email protected] 53188-2799
www.waukesha.uwc.edu
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