Winterim is a great time to get ahead of the upcoming semester, catch up on a class you missed, or an opportunity to stay on track and continue working toward a degree.
- Winterim begins January 4, 2021, and ends January 27, 2021
- Winterim courses are available to current students, students attending other universities during the year, or interested non-degree seeking students
- Financial aid may be available; contact Blugold Central to learn more
- Registration begins on October 5, 2020, and ends January 6, 2021 (without a Dean's approval)
- Earn up to four credits in January -- Students need approval from the Associate Dean of the College to exceed four credits
Why take classes during winterim?
Why take classes during winterim?
- Catch up on your degree requirements
- Take a class you couldn't fit into your schedule last semester
- Get ahead and stay on track
- Take advantage of small class sizes, more interaction with faculty, close collaboration with your classmates, and fewer distractions
If you are not currently attending UW-Eau Claire and would like to search the Class Schedule, information can be found here.
- AIS 101, Intro to American Indian History and Cultures, 3 crs
- BIOL 250, Microbiology, 3 crs
- CHEM 105, General Chem I Lecture, 3 crs
- CJ 202, Fundamentals of Speech, 3 crs
- CJ 203, Fundamentals of Human Communication, 3 crs
- CRMJ 303, Crime Prevention, 3 crs
- CS 146, The Big Picture in Computer Science, 1 cr
- CSD 150, Intro to Communication Sciences and Disorders, 3 crs
- ENGL 274, The Short Story, 3 crs
- ES 203, Exploring Schooling in Grades 108, 2 crs
- FLG 165, Amish in North America, 3 crs
- GEOL 470, Field Geology I, 3 crs
- HIST 125, World History Since 1500, 3 crs
- KINS 308, Exercise Physiology, 3 crs
- LANG 170, Language and Intercultural Competence, 3 crs
- MATH 113, Trigonometry, 2 crs
- MGMT 449, Strategic Mgmt in a Global Business environment, 3 crs
- MUSI 118, Introduction to Singing, 2 crs
- NRSG 389, Cross Cultural Health, 3 crs
- PHIL 101, Intro to Philosophy, 3 crs
- PHYS 315, The Mysterious Universe, 3 crs
- POLS 260, Intro to Comparative Politics, 3 crs
- PSYC 380, Intro to Behavior Modification, 3 crs
- SOC 312, Race and Ethnicity in the U.S., 3 crs
- SPED 400, Inclusive Practices for Elementary Educators, 3 crs
- THEA 320, American Musical Theatre, 3 crs
- WGSS 206, Perspectives in LGBTQ Studies, 3 crs
You must have a current FAFSA on file, be registered at UWEC, and maintain at least halftime enrollment for Spring semester to be eligible to receive winterim financial aid. To apply for Winterim financial aid, go to your Student Center in CampS and, once it is available, find the link to the application under "Financial Aid" on the left side of the screen. Please contact Blugold Central if you have questions.
Tuition + Fees
- Tuition and fees are on a "per credit" basis. For additional information, Blugold Central has a complete listing of tuition and fees. Check under Student Finances / Tuition & Fee Schedule.
- NOTE: Some courses may charge additional fees. See note at top of fee schedule.
- Newly admitted degree-seeking undergraduate students and transfer students are required to make a $100 enrollment deposit. This is refundable up until the day before the first day of classes. No PAC is required for Winterim enrollment, although students are encouraged to meet with an adviser.
- FULL PAYMENT is due on January 4, 2021, to avoid finance charges. Balances remaining after the due date are subject to a $15 administrative service fee, in addition to finances charges.
- Deadline to cancel Winterim registration and receive a full fee refund is January 3, 2021.
How to apply
Current UW-Eau Claire students
- Current students can register through MyBlugold CampS
- No PAC is required for Winterim enrollment, although students are encouraged to meet with an adviser
Students enrolled at another university or non-degree seeking students
Students who are not UW-Eau Claire degree-seeking students may come as "Special Students." Students fill out the UW System application. Click on Special Student (undergraduate or graduate) after registering as a new user. Find more information about coming as a special students at Admissions.