Below is your checklist of items to complete before becoming a Pioneer.
Be sure to also visit Dates to Remember for a calendar of important events and deadlines.
Apply and be admitted to UW-Platteville*
- Review the Application Process for steps to apply
SECURE YOUR PLACE*
Complete the Enrollment Agreement and submit the $100 deposit through your PASS account.
- For step-by instructions, visit www.uwplatt.edu/admission/enrollment-deposit.
- This deposit will be applied to your first semester tuition and is fully refundable until May 1.
RESERVE YOUR ROOM*
- New freshman and sophomore students, except for those who are planning to commute from home, married, or a veteran, are required to live on campus.
- Submit the Residence Life e-contract and $150 prepayment online at Room Reservations.
- This prepayment will be applied to your first semester bill and $100 is refundable until May 1.
TAKE THE UW SYSTEM PLACEMENT TESTS*
- Incoming freshmen are required to take the UW System placement tests in math and English. The foreign language test is optional. The results of these tests determine the appropriate level of courses.
SIGN UP FOR NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION*
- NSR is a day for new students to register for fall classes and learn more about the transition to UW-Platteville.
SEND FINAL TRANSCRIPTS TO THE OFFICE OF ADMISSION
ATTEND NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION OVER THE SUMMER
ATTEND WELCOME WEEKEND NEXT FALL
GET READY; CLASSES BEGIN ON TuesDAY, SEPT. 6, 2016
* In the event that UW-Platteville should meet enrollment goals, the only way to ensure your place in the upcoming class is to complete these steps.
Don’t forget you can also log in to your PASS account for important updates on admission, financial aid, and other required steps on your path to UW-Platteville.
Check your email for your login information and write it down for reference. If you misplaced your login information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
FINANCIAL AID and Scholarships
If you haven't already, it's time to start thinking about financial aid, scholarships, and paying for college.
- Apply for scholarships (note deadlines, as they may vary)
- File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (available after Jan. 1 at fafsa.gov)
- Consider student employment on campus.
Visit Financial Aid to learn more.