Policies: Academic Distinction
At the conclusion of each term, after grades have been recorded, the Provost/Vice Chancellor awards Academic Distinction, which is reflected on the unofficial transcript. View Full Policy ...
Policies: Academic Forgiveness
Returning adult students who have completed university-level course work at UW-Eau Claire or elsewhere five or more years prior to seeking admission or readmission to UW-Eau Claire may be eligible for forgiveness of the earlier academic record. Forg...
Policies: Academic Standing
The University expects each undergraduate (freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, or special student) to maintain a level of academic achievement consistent with University standards and to make reasonable progress toward the completion of a chosen cu...
Policies: Auditing Class
Registering to audit a course permits a student to participate in the class without earning credit. This privilege is helpful to students who wish to review introductory work, especially after a considerable period of absence from the campus. ...
Policies: Educational Credit Acquired While in Service
Veteran Services - Credit for educational preparation acquired while in service Special Training Program: Veterans will be asked to submit official transcripts of their records. In granting credit, the University will follow the recom...
Policies: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
We understand the tremendous importance of the role parents and other supportive family members play in the lives and success of our students. Our students tell us that parents and family are one of the biggest influencers on both their decisi...
Policies: Grading System
A system of letter grades is used except when the course is offered only on the Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory basis or when the student has elected that option. View Full Policy ...
All degree candidates must meet the minimum requirements published in the catalog. View Full Policy
An incomplete (IN) is a temporary mark which may be granted when, for reasons acceptable to the instructor, a student has been unable to complete a portion of a course in the normal time period. View Full Policy ...
Policies: Registration Changes (Add, Drop, Withdraw)
Students may choose to add, drop, or withdraw from classes. Please read more about registration changes in the full policy for more information. View Full Undergraduate Policy View Full Graduate Policy ...
Policies: Repeating Courses
The privilege of repeating course work allows students to attain a satisfactory level of achievement in courses in which they initially encountered difficulties. View Full Undergraduate Policy View Full Graduate Policy ...
Policies: Residency for Tuition Purposes
If you have questions about Wisconsin residency for tuition purposes, contact the Admissions Office at 715-836-5415. In order to be considered a resident for tuition purposes -an individual must have been a bona fide resident of the state for ...
Policies: Transfer Credits
Credit is awarded for college-level course work completed at institutions accredited by a regional or national accrediting organization recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). Courses must be similar in nature, lev...
Policies: Wisconsin G.I. Bill
Last updated Friday, Dec. 21, 2018 The Wisconsin GI Bill provides a waiver ("remission") of tuition and certain fees for eligible veterans and their dependents for up to 8 semesters or 128 credits, whichever is the greater of ...