The University of Wisconsin-Platteville Office of the Registrar wants you to have important forms at your fingertips.

Personal Information

  • Current students may update their address in PASS. View the knowledgebase for more details.

    Alumni who wish to update their contact information should use this form or contact Development and Alumni Engagement at 608.342.1181. 

    Former students who no longer have access to PASS should contact the Registrar’s Office at 608.342.1321 for assistance in updating their address and telephone information.

  • You can request a change of your legal name on your permanent records. View the Legal Name Change Form.

  • This form is for current students so they may file a request for a preferred name. Current students may submit preferred first and middle names only, and only once a year. View the Preferred Name Request Form.

    Changing your first and middle names is not the same as legally changing your name through the courts. If you have a legal name change, please complete the Legal Name Change Form and provide supporting legal documentation.

Course Enrollment and Change Forms

  • While PASS offers tools for building your schedule, sometimes you might want a paper form to plan and schedule future classes.

    Some advisors require this form to be completed before releasing the advising PIN to their advisees. Check with your specific advisor as to what their preference is. View the class schedule worksheet.

  • Adding

    You may add courses using PASS through the 5th day of the semester using the Electronic Add Form. Courses may be added during the 6th-10th day with approval of the instructor and department chairperson. This form is not for distance campus students; please contact your advisor from the Office of Professional Program Support on how to proceed.

    Adds after the 10th day require the completion of a separate Late Add Form. If you wish to add a class after the 10th day, you will be charged a fee of $45 per class.


    You may drop a course prior to its first meeting, or during the drop/add period at the start of each semester, without the instructor’s signature. 

    Use the Electronic Drop Form when dropping a course after the 10th day of class through the 60% point in the course (e.g. through the 10th week for a full semester course).

    Students who drop courses after the 10th day will be charged a drop fee of $45 per course. Refer to the Academic Calendar for specific deadline dates.

    Do not use this form when you wish to completely withdraw for the semester. This form may not be used to drop a course after the withdrawal deadline for the course. If it is after the last day to drop the course with “WD” (withdrawn) noted on the transcript, please contact the Office of the Registrar for further instructions.

    Late Drop Petition (after drop deadline on Academic Calendar)

    After the drop deadline (10th week on a full semester course, 5th week on 8-week sessions, 60% of all other sessions) students who wish to drop must submit a petition and document extraordinary circumstances related to the request. View the Late Drop Petition Form.

  • If you are a degree-seeking student and want to take a course for no credit, use the Course Audit Form.

    Special students and Wisconsin residents aged 60 years or older who wish to audit a course must contact the Office of the Registrar directly for instructions on how to register for an audited class. See the Cashier’s office for tuition cost.

    Additional information on auditing classes can be found on Registration.

  • This form is used when an instructor allows additional time to complete coursework beyond the end of the term. Typically, this would be used in situations where there is an incomplete grade.

    If you start the term on final probation or were reinstated by the Admissions and Academic Appeals Committee within the past year, you must obtain approval from the Assistant or Associate Dean of your college before an incomplete grade is assigned. View the Course Completion Contract.

  • Use this form when you are repeating a class for the third or more time. Sufficient justification and authorization is required from your advisor and the Dean or Dean’s designee of the college in which the course is offered. Be sure to follow the instructions on the form carefully. View the Course Repeat Form.

  • You must use the Credit Overload Form if you wish to enroll in extra units for a given term. Additional information on class overloads can be found on Registration.

  • To withdraw from all courses, complete the Term Withdrawal Form. This form is only to be used when dropping all courses in the term/semester. A separate form must be completed for each term. Refer to the Academic Calendar for specific deadline dates.

Plan Changes, Verification, Graduation

  • You can add or remove majors and minors from your declared fields of study, or change your advisor, with this form. View the Major, Minor, and Advisor Change Form.

    This form is used if you are seeking a substitution, waiver, or other changes in your academic program. You must receive a recommendation on this form from your advisor. View the Degree Program Change Form.

  • The Change of Campus Form is available for currently enrolled undergraduate students who wish to change to another UW-Platteville campus in the following semester. These changes include students who intend to complete an undergraduate degree (e.g. Associate of Arts and Science) and continue their enrollment for a Bachelor's degree. The change of campus form is an electronic form and requires a student login to complete.

  • Use this form to provide verification to employers, other universities, and other entities that may require you to prove that you attended UW-Platteville. Requests for verification beyond the standard enrollment verification may require an additional 2 business days for processing. View the Enrollment Verification Form.

  • For details on completing the Intent to Graduate Form and other graduation information, visit Graduation.

Contact Information


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