We have received your request for more information about degree programs and will contact you shortly. Stay in touch by connecting with us on social media. We seek future graduates with diverse interests, experiences and perspectives, ready to capture academic opportunities with creativity and enthusiasm. Although GCU seeks to integrate Christian faith and practice into all aspects of campus life, no statement of faith or religious affiliation is required of prospective students, with the exception of majors in the College of Theology.
We are happy you are considering transferring to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. We are proud of our campus and look forward to the opportunity to assist you.
To apply, please complete and submit the University of Wisconsin System application at https: Priority Deadline December 1 Fall Semester: Admission Eligibility Criteria The university's core values are used as a guide to interpreting the contents of each application presented for admission, and a comprehensive review of all materials is performed for each applicant before making an admission decision.
Both the academic and nonacademic factors present in an application are used to make an admission decision.
Academic records are reviewed based on a minimum 2. Requirements may be higher if you are planning to enroll in certain academic programs or during periods of enrollment limitation. Non-academic factors include, but are not limited to, leadership, community service, creativity, special talents, and personal characteristics that contribute to the strengths and diversity of the university.
The most competitive candidates for admission to UW-Whitewater typically possess positive factors in their application that are both academic and nonacademic in nature. Transfer Credit Evaluation Once your application is complete, we will prepare a transfer credit evaluation for you.
This means that we will convert your prior courses to the UW-Whitewater course numbering system. When a transfer course is determined to be equivalent to a Whitewater class, a specific Whitewater course number will appear on the evaluation.
If the course s you completed are not directly equivalent to UW-Whitewater classes, you will be awarded elective credit. Courses that are considered non-transferable to UW-Whitewater will not appear on this evaluation.
All credits will be reviewed for transfer to UW-Whitewater if the courses were completed at a regionally accredited college or university. Login to Transferology to see how your courses will transfer prior to an admission decision.
Transfer Grade Point Average Requirements Certain courses and majors require appropriate prerequisites and cumulative grade point averages higher than 2. If you do not see a specific major below, the necessary GPA to transfer with that intended major is 2. If you are a student transferring from a college or university that does not use a 4.
Depending on the number of credits you have completed, the following may pertain to you: Less than 24 transferable credits - 2. Health, Human Performance - Less than 24 transferable credits - 2. This program guarantees your admission to UW-Whitewater with junior status.
Certain criteria apply, so check with a Student Services advisor for details. Please note this program guarantees admission to the university; it does not guarantee admission to specific majors or programs.Haverford College at a Glance. Haverford students are admitted to medical school, law school, and other professional schools at rates that are significantly higher than the national average, and that are comparable to those of other highly selective liberal arts colleges and universities.
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