As a UW Flexible Option student, there are many policies and processes that are important for you to know. We’ve included a number of key topics in the list below. Please click on these links for further information. If you don’t find something you are looking for, your Academic Success Coach can steer you in the right direction. And do check back often … we’ll continue to update this page.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration offered through UW-Extension has a different set of policies. Additionally, non-credit offerings, such as the Substance Use Disorders Counselor Certificate program, have a separate set of policies and can be found here.
It is important that you have a good understanding of what the world of academic actions is all about for your campus, so that you can enjoy success and remain in good standing.
Learn how the Family Educational Rights to Privacy Act governs and protects your rights to your individual educational records and of certain categories of public information.
Each competency set identifies a set of competencies that must be successfully completed for full demonstration of mastery and a resulting grade. Click here for more information on mastery, grades, and how your grade point average (GPA) is determined.
You’ve made it! Find out how to apply for graduation and when you will receive your diploma.
Learn the basics about registration and enrollment, definitions and processes.
The UW Flexible Option recognizes that students may require more time to demonstrate mastery than one subscription period allows. Learn your options for multiple attempts at mastering a competency, or continuing your competency set into a new subscription period.
Find out how to request your transcript online, by mail or in person.
Because the Substance Use Disorders Counselor Certificate is a non-credit program, its policies and procedures differ from the other UW Flexible Option programs. See the Substance Use Disorders Counselor Certificate program policies here.