Office Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Madison, WI 53719-1277
Associate of Arts & Sciences
Candidates for the Associate of Arts and Sciences degree must have a high school diploma, GED or High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED). Students with transferable college credit should have a cumulative GPA of 2.00 or higher. Students below a 2.00 will be evaluated as part of our holistic admissions review. How to Apply.
B.S. in Business Administration
Candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration must have a cumulative GPA of 2.00 or higher and at least 10 transferable college credits. How to Apply.
- Applicants who do not meet this requirement may be considered for our Associate of Arts & Sciences (AAS) degree program. Once you have met the minimum transferable credit requirements, you may request a program change or wait to transfer after the AAS degree is earned.
B.S. in Diagnostic Imaging
Candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences Diagnostic Imaging degree must have an Associate Degree in a related field (e.g. diagnostic imaging, medical sonography, radiography), or a hospital-based diagnostic imaging training program. You must also have an electronic copy of an active ARRT, ARMRIT, ARDMS, or CCI registry card. How to Apply.
B.S. in Health Sciences
Candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences: Health Sciences degree must have an earned Associate Degree (for which a minimum of 60 credits will be awarded towards the Health Sciences degree) OR earned 60 transferable credits to UW-Milwaukee (for which equivalent course credit will be applied toward the Health Sciences degree after transcripts are reviewed). How to Apply.
B.S. in Information Science and Technology
Candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Information Science & Technology (IST) must have at least one year of professional IT experience and a cumulative GPA of 2.00 from all accredited institutions. How to Apply.
B.S. in Nursing (RN to BSN)
Candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program must have:
- Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) or nursing diploma
- Active, unencumbered state RN license
- Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher from prior coursework
- Work experience as a nurse
Note: While there are no on-campus requirements in this program, students must find their own clinical project and a qualified preceptor in their own workplace or another setting in their community for their capstone course. How to Apply.
Business & Technical Communications
To be considered for admission, candidates must have a high school diploma, GED or High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED). Students with transferable college credit should have a cumulative GPA of 2.00 or higher.
To pursue the Business & Technical Communications Certificate Program, you must have successfully completed a second-level college English composition course or satisfy this through placement exam following admission, or CLEP (College-Level Examination Program)- equivalent to English 102 or College Writing II. How to Apply.
To be considered for admission to the Project Management Certificate Program, candidates must meet at least one of the following requirements:
- Junior or senior standing at UW-Parkside or another college/university
- An undergraduate degree
- Five years of business experience, preferably at mid-level management or above or at an entrepreneurial firm
- Associate degree and two years of business experience, preferably at mid-level management or above or at an entrepreneurial firm
Students with transferable college credit should have a cumulative GPA of 2.00 or higher. How to Apply.
Substance Use Disorders
Registration Requirements: That you hold, or are actively working on, a bachelor’s degree in a behavioral health or human services field (such as counseling, social work, psychology, criminal justice, nursing, or related fields). If you have extensive human services experience, but lack a bachelor’s degree, call our advisers to discuss your options. How to Apply.
How to Apply
You will be considered for admission after completing the following action items:
- Apply online at apply.wisconsin.edu (no application fee)
- As of December 11, 2020 the application fee is waived for all applicants. The fee waiver is NOT retroactive and there are no refunds to those who paid during a prior application fee period.
- Send official high school and college transcripts to the UW Flexible Option Admissions Office
- See How to Submit Transcripts for more information
- Complete the Holistic Student Profile
NOTE: Prior college transcripts from which you may transfer credit must be accredited by a regional or national accrediting organization recognized by the CHEA (Council for Higher Education Accreditation).
Our admission review process considers many factors when assessing your application to a UW Flexible Option program. Your high school record, strength of prior college coursework, rigor of curriculum and academic readiness, test scores, grade point average, academic goals, relevant work experience and your potential for success will all be considered.
Deferring you Start Date
Applications are valid for up to 1 year after submission. If it has been more than 1 year since you last enrolled, you will need to reapply for admission. If you stopped out but were enrolled in a Flexible Option program within the last year, see returning student admissions for more details.
If you would like to change your desired start term, please submit the Term Change Form by the 1st of the month prior to your desired start date. For example, if you wish to enroll (start) in July, submit the from no later than June 1. If you have any questions, please contact UW Flexible Option Office of Admissions at email@example.com.
|UW Flexible Option is only admitting domestic students at this time. A domestic student is someone who is either a U.S. Citizen, a U.S. Permanent Resident, or holds Refugee, Asylee, or Jay Treaty status. All applicants whose native language is not English are required to submit Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) scores or similar proof of English proficiency.|
Questions? — Contact one of our Enrollment Advisers at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 608-262-2011.
Congratulations, you’ve been admitted to the UW Flexible Option!
Here is what you need to do next:
1. Complete Orientation Part 2
- You are required to complete Orientation Part 2 prior to your first meeting with your Academic Success Coach (ASC). The priority deadline for this meeting is the 25th of the month preceding your first subscription period. Failure to do so may result in deferred start time.
- Orientation Part 2 will take 1-2 hours to complete. You can complete Orientation in one session, or break it up into multiple sessions by logging back in to pick up where you left off.
- At the end of Orientation Part 2, submit your “My Flex Orientation Reference Sheet” – see module 1 in Orientation for more information.
- After you submit your Orientation Reference Sheet, you will receive a confirmation email with your UW Flexible Option Student Welcome Guide. Save and review this document closely, and bring any questions you have to your first meeting with your ASC.
2. Activate your University Account and Email
- Within a few business days of being admitted, you will receive an email from your home campus with your campus ID number, user name, and instructions on how to activate your university student account and email.
- Activate your account right away, as these systems are where you will pay your bill, register for courses, and track your degree progress. Your university email is the primary account for all program communication, so remember to check your university email on a regular basis.
- UW-Milwaukee Account Activation Set-up
- Overview of Panther Account Activation
- PAWS Account Login page
- How to check UW-Milwaukee Email
- Students enrolled at UWM are required to sign-up for Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) to deliver an additional level of protection for their accounts. You will be prompted to enroll in MFA when you first login to Office 365. Learn more about MFA cybersecurity at UWM. If you are unable to successfully login, please call the UWM Help Desk at 414-229-4040 or visit uwm.edu/helpdesk.
- Remember to complete the UWM University Credit Agreement
- Account Resource Documents – PAWS KnowledgeBase
- UW-Milwaukee Account Activation Set-up
- UW-Parkside Account Activation Set-up
- Overview of Solar Account Set-up and Password Management
- SOLAR Account Login page
- After activating your SOLAR account, you should immediately enroll in the DUO Device Management Portal. You will not be able to access SOLAR or RangerMail until you enroll in DUO. Learn more about the security of DUO Two-Step Authentication. If you are having any difficulty enrolling in DUO, please contact the Tech Bar at 262-595-2444.
- How to check UW-Parkside Email (RangerMail)
- Account Resource Documents Soar KnowledgeBase
- UW-Parkside Account Activation Set-up
|If you have any trouble activating your account, contact your home campus help desk for assistance:|
3. Apply for Financial Aid
- If your program qualifies for financial aid, and you wish to apply, please complete the online FAFSA.
- UW-Milwaukee school code is 003896
- UW-Parkside school code is 005015
- Review financial aid section in Orientation 2 for more information.
- If you have any questions about financial aid, contact email@example.com or 877-895-3276.
4. Review Veterans’ Benefits
- If you, your parent, or spouse is a veteran, you may be eligible for veterans’ benefits.
- Refer to the veteran information on our website for more information or contact:
- Veterans’ benefits may take four or more weeks to process, so begin the process early.
5. If you Need to Change your Start Date?
- If you would like to change your desired start term, please submit the Term Change Request form by the 1st of the month prior to when you’d like to start. For instance, if you wish to enroll in September, submit the form by August 1.
- If you have any questions, contact Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Transfer Credit Evaluations
Your home campus will review your transcripts for transfer credit shortly after you are admitted to the program; this process may take up to two weeks. Transfer credit must be from a regional or national accrediting organization recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
You can review how your credit may transfer by using the following databases:
Students attending UW-Milwaukee can use the Internal Transfer Lookup to determine how coursework completed in one undergraduate career (Associate Degree Programs, UW Flex Programs, Bachelor’s Degree Programs) will internally transfer to another. Official results will be determined by the Registrar’s Office upon acceptance to the student’s desired program.
Most University of Wisconsin System campuses require students to complete a specific number of credits “in residence” to earn a degree or certificate. “Resident credits” are credits earned from the campus granting the degree or certificate. Transfer students are responsible for fulfilling residency requirements of their home campus.