Anyone who desires a University education will be considered for admission to The University of Wisconsin-Marathon County. Prospective students should apply early.
Priority Application Dates:
Applications received by the following dates will be given first priority. Applications received after these dates will be admitted on a space-available basis.
Fall Admission: April 1
Spring Admission: December 1
They are available to assist with academic advising, career development, financial aid, childcare aid and the development of services to meet the needs of returning adult students.
|Type of Student||Definition|
|New Freshman Students||Degree-seeking students who have not earned any college degree credits after graduation from high school. Students who have earned Advanced Placement credits or college credits while still enrolled in high school are considered new freshmen. New freshmen can attend full-time or part-time and can be traditional students (less than age 22) or adult students (ages 22 and older).|
|Transfer Students||Students who have attended another college or university after graduating from high school and before applying to UW-Marathon County.|
|Returning Students||Students who have attended UW-Marathon County in the past, but were not enrolled at UW-Marathon County in the semester immediately preceding their application for re-entry.|
|Special Students||Non degree seeking; enrolled for six credits or less|
|High School Special Students||High school students who have exhausted the offerings of their schools may enroll in University courses prior to graduation. More information.|
|International Students||Degree-seeking students who are permitted to enter this country on a student visa for the purpose of studying at a college or university. They are admitted on the basis of superior scholastic ability and must prove the ability to finance their education and living expenses. International students are not eligible to receive financial aid.|
|Auditors||Students enrolling in courses on a non-graded basis, without credit.|
Applicants who have special needs should contact the campus Student Affairs Office.
Students who fail to meet these requirements may appeal to the director of Student Affairs for an exemption. Particular consideration will be given to applicants on the basis of minority group status, physical or learning disability, U.S. Armed Forces veteran status, age group, incarceration, or economic or educational disadvantage.
For further information: www.uwc.edu/admissions/