Maybe you needed to take some time for you, you decided to pursue a different path or you just needed to figure out what you really want to do with your life and have decided that now’s the time to finish your degree. If you attended UW-Platteville in the past and would like to re-enroll to finish your undergraduate degree, we encourage you to complete the re-entry application.
Re-entry students have attended UW-Platteville as degree-seeking students in the past and wish to take classes again at the university.
Students who voluntarily interrupt university work while in good standing may be granted admission upon completion and submission of the UW System Application for Undergraduate Admission.
Students granted re-entry status who were on scholastic probation or other conditional status at the same time of last attendance at UW-Platteville retain such status as a condition of re-entry unless attendance at another recognized institution has altered the status.
Eligibility for re-admission is based upon previous work at UW-Platteville; however, to be re-admitted to the university, each student must be eligible to return to the institution last attended. Students desiring re-admission, after having been declared ineligible to continue for scholastic or other reasons, may file an appeal with the Admission and Academic Appeals Committee. The initial appeals process is conducted through the Admission and Academic Appeals Committee.