- Academic Clemency (Bankruptcy)
- Add/Drop Policy
- Course Repeat Policy
- Excess Credit Policy
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
- Grading System
- Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA)
- Probation and Suspension
- Remedial Courses in Math and English
- Test-out Exams, AP and Veteran Credits
Higher Education Opportunity Act
The Textbook Provision of the Higher Education Opportunity Act requires that students have access to the cost of course materials at the time they register for classes. Below is an excerpt from the law:
(a) PURPOSE AND INTENT.-The purpose of this section is to ensure that students have access to affordable course materials by decreasing costs to students and enhancing transparency and disclosure with respect to the selection, purchase, sale, and use of course materials. It is the intent of this section to encourage all of the involved parties, including faculty, students, administrators, institutions of higher education, bookstores, distributors, and publishers, to work together to identify ways to decrease the cost of college textbooks and supplemental materials for students while supporting the academic freedom of faculty members to select high quality course materials for students.
On-Campus Course Textbooks
Books for on-campus courses are available through UW-Platteville's Textbook Rental program. Effective Fall 2015, the rental fee will be $6.46 per credit (1-11 credits); $77.50 maximum (12-18 credits). Visit the Textbook Center's website for more information.
Some courses may have supplemental materials. These will be indicated in the PASS registration system under special course fees. Supplemental materials are available through the University Bookstore. Visit the UW-Platteville Bookstore for more information.
Distance Education Textbooks
Distance Education textbooks are not available through the University's textbook rental program. For information about Distance Education textbooks, visit the Textbook webpage on Distance Education's website.