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What you have to do next

Now that you have applied and been accepted to your graduate program, we want to make sure you have what you need to officially become a Blugold. Check out your next steps below and let us know if you have any questions.

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Select your student type below to see your next steps for after admittance:

Financial aid is based on filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form found at Eligibility for need based aid is determined through completion of the FAFSA.

Consider applying for a graduate assistantship, fellowship, and/or Advanced Opportunity Program (AOP) grant (March 1 priority deadline). Learn more about the options available to you! Also, be sure to contact the department of your intended program to learn about any available scholarships.

Check in with your department to find out if your program requires an orientation and/or advising session. We recommend you meet with your advisor prior to registering each term.

  • Nursing: Late April
  • Online Communication Sciences & Disorders: Week-long in mid-June
  • Residential Communication Sciences & Disorders: Saturday in early May and mid-August
  • School Psychology: Late August

Review your letter of acceptance for the name of any institution(s) for which a final official transcript is required. After your degree has been conferred on your transcript and within 30 days of your last term, please request that an official transcript be sent to the Admissions Office.


The current reciprocity agreement between Minnesota and Wisconsin enables a Minnesota resident to attend Wisconsin public institutions of higher education at rates approximating tuition prevailing in the Minnesota State University System. You may apply online at Online Tuition Reciprocity Application or, if you have additional questions about reciprocity, contact the Minnesota Office of Higher Education at (800) 657-3866.


Lessons from Selma: What I learned from the Civil Rights Pilgrimage

History becomes reality for graduate student Dennis Beale as he walks in his ancestors’ footsteps on the Civil Rights Pilgrimage. Dennis shares his experience in Selma, Alabama, and the lessons he will carry with him throughout his life.

Read his story

100 things to do in Eau Claire

Whether you live here or you're visiting, Eau Claire is the place to be during the summer. We've compiled a list of 100 things you can do here this summer, and it barely scratches the surface.

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