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Conditional Admission

A student with insufficient English proficiency may apply and be conditionally admitted to a degree program at UW-Eau Claire. Students must apply to both IEP and a degree program to be considered for conditional admission. After successful completion of IEP and with recommendation from the ESL Coordinator, the student will be able to matriculate to a degree program at UW-Eau Claire.

Some degree programs have competitive admission.  Students will need to go through an additional application process to be considered for admission to these programs.

How to Apply for Conditional Admission


Step 1:
Complete the Intensive English Program
online application
.

For help, download the application guide:
English - IEP Application Guide
Chinese - IEP Application Guide
Step 2:
Complete a separate Degree Program application.

Visit the International Admissions page for information about degree admission.
Step 4:
Submit application fee of $44.00.
Step 3:
Complete the undergraduate Financial Statement Form.
Step 4:
Send:

  • Original signed financial statement form
  • Original bank statement or letter from the bank of your sponsor
  • Copy of passport photo page (including dependents)
  • Original transcripts or records from secondary school, college, and university studies (showing at least 2 years of English study)
  • Evidence of English proficiency. A TOEFL score of 48 ibt or an IELTS score of 4.0 meets this requirement.  If you do not have a test score, contact the program coordinator at esl@uwec.edu.

To:

Admissions Office
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
105 Garfield Avenue
Eau Claire, WI, 54702
USA
Step 5:
Application will be evaluated by IEP Coordinator and Admissions Office (additional materials may be requested).
Step 6:
The acceptance letter and I-20 will be sent via courier.
Step 7:
$150 deposit due July 15th (fall semester) or December 15th (spring semester)  Payments are accepted through Flywire.
Step 8:
Remaining balance is due on August 15th (fall semester) or January 1st (spring semester)