Registration begins March 7, 2022! The best part? You don’t have to be a current UW-Whitewater student to enroll. Learn more below and apply today. Summer will be here before you know it. Grab a friend and take a course this summer!
Admitted students should register for summer courses using WINS. Priority enrollment dates will be posted in WINS Student Centers in mid-February.
Students not currently admitted to UW-Whitewater should apply as a special student for summer at https://apply.wisconsin.edu. Once admitted, students will receive a letter with their UW-W login information and instructions for registering via the WINS system.
To drop a class visit the Registrar's Office website by clicking here.
View add, drop, withdrawal and refund deadlines by clicking here.
You will receive information regarding your UW-Whitewater email, Net ID and password in a letter from the Admissions office after your admission has been processed. Before logging into your UW-W email account or WINS (UW-Whitewater's web-based self-service student information system) for the first time go to WINS click here to set up your password.
You can access the WINS system to make changes to your schedule, pay your tuition using a credit card, and view your unofficial transcript. After setting up your password according to the instructions above, return to the UW-Whitewater home page and choose WINS (upper right), then log in using your Net ID and new password or click here for WINS.
Contact the Help Desk if you need assistance: email@example.com or (262) 472-HELP.
Online courses are accessed from the Canvas link on the home page using the same Net ID and password used for WINS or you can click here to access Canvas. Students should check their UW-Whitewater email regularly as some instructors may send information prior to the start of the course.
Grade reports are available via WINS or the Registrar's Office; they are not automatically mailed. Grades are generally available to students one or two days after the official ending date of each term. Information about requesting grade reports or transcripts can be found at the Registrar's Office website.
Yes, graduate students may enroll in undergraduate courses and be charged undergraduate tuition without changing their admission status.
No. Students will receive undergraduate credit and a grade for these courses, but cannot request a change to graduate credit at a later date. Grades earned will not be computed into the student's term or cumulative grade point average.
Transcripts will indicate: "Undergraduate credit earned, no graduate credit awarded." Students taking a combination of undergraduate and graduate courses in one term will be charged graduate fees for all courses. Courses numbered 500-799 may be taken at the graduate level only.
You can view the outside state complaint process related to distrance learning by clicking here.
Stay on track: Students who take summer courses are 21% more likely to graduate in four years. Click here for more information.
Graduate Sooner: You can take up to 12 credits during the summer, that's almost a full semester.
Improve your GPA: Have a bad grade in a class? Re-take it during the summer.
Short Sessions: Most summer courses are 3 or 6 weeks.
Flexible: Summer courses will fit any schedule.
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