Welcome College of Integraded Studies students! This page contains specific resources for you to help navigate your educational journey. Check out information on each of our departments, get involved in a student organization, or find other campus resources below.
Student organizations help you integrate yourself into the campus community. The College of Integrated Studies has many offerings to choose from to suit your interests.
Students at UW-Whitewater at Rock County are able to participate in a number of intramural and club sports both on the main campus and at U-Rock.
The UW Whitewater at Rock Student Government Association (SGA) is an organization on campus that has the ability to affect changes on campus. The purpose of SGA is to represent the students attending the Rock Campus.
The Rockin' Grill is located in the Hyatt Smith Hall Commons area and is open on class days for meals and snacks. A variety of soups and hot entrees are available, as well as prepared salads and sandwiches. A made-to-order menu is also available most days with a tasty selection of hot sandwiches, quesadillas and more.
Soda, juices, milk, snacks and other items are available from vending machines located in lower level lobbies of Williams Hall, Hyatt Smith Hall and Wells Cultural Center.
Public Spaces & EventsPlease be advised that images and videos taken in public spaces and/or at public events do not require authorization for publication. Your presence in or around college facilities and/or properties, as well as at off-campus university-sponsored events, constitutes your consent to the capture and/or use of your image and/or voice by UWW Rock County and waives any claims or rights, whether in law or in equity.
Please contact UW-Whitewater University Marketing and Communications with any questions regarding photo usage and photo opt-out options.
If you choose not to attend class due to weather conditions, please e-mail your instructor. Please keep in mind that if you miss class, you are responsible for making up the work. The campus can only be closed by order of the chancellor or governor.
Students have the opportunity to work on campus for several departments at the UWW Rock campus. Many students benefit from working part-time while going to college. Student employment is a great way to assist with paying for the cost to attend college and helps students develop skills and gain work experience for future success in the career world. Many of these positions require Federal Work Study acceptance through financial aid. Contact the UWW Rock Solution Center at 608-758-6541 for more information about student employment and work study.
Current positions at the UWW Rock campus include...
Solution Center Assistant
Dean's Office/Academic Affairs/Administrative Affairs Office Assistant
TRiO/LSC Resource Assistant
Learning Support Center (LSC) Tutor
Biology Lab Assistant
Chemistry Lab Assistant
Placement Test Proctor
Student Life and Events Assistant
Hello Future Warhawk! Thank you for logging on to sign up for the UW-Whitewater at Rock County Placement Test. Due to COVID-19 policies, we are no longer requiring placement testing. We will be using ACT scores and other measures to place you in to Math, English and Foreign Language courses, so no sign up for Placement Test is required.
At this time, please go to your WINS account, sign in and complete the SOAR Orientation Registration process. If you have questions, please contact our Warhawk Solution Center at 608.758.6541. Have a great day!
What is WINS?
How do I set up my WINS account as a first-time user?
I can't log in to WINS, what now?
How do I view my grades?
Can I take a class over for a better grade?
Can I take a course on a pass/fail basis?
How do I calculate my GPA?
What is the "W" grade?
What is a HawkCard and what can I do with it?
How do I get my HawkCard?
I am done with my courses at UW-Whitewater at Rock County and want to go to UW-Whitewater main campus-what do I do?
I am done with my courses at UW-Whitewater at Rock County and want to go to another UW-System School?
Can I participate in UW System Guaranteed Transfer?
Where can I find transfer guides for UW System 4-year campuses?
Below are some transfer guides to get you started on your transfer journey. It is always best to check with each four-year campus for their specific admissions dates and requirements when transferring.
Is textbook rental free?
Are all of my books in Textbook Rental?
Can I have my books shipped to me?
How do I use Textbook Rental?
Connect with the UW-W Rock County Bookstore for more info, 608-758-6540.
How do I view my student bill?
Be sure to keep adequate space in your UWW email inbox.
Failure to receive an e-billing statement will not relieve you from your obligation to make a timely payment.
You can set up Parents, Grandparents etc. as “Authorized Users” in your TouchNet account.
How do I authorize another person to ask questions about my account?
There are two options for a student to allow a parent, spouse or guardian (or any other person) access to billing information or access to contact Student Accounts with questions regarding their account. "Authorized Users" - allows access to view/pay bills. "Authorization for release of information" - allows specified individuals to contact the student accounts office with questions regarding the students account.
Authorized users are set up through the billing site. Login to WINS click on "Student Financial Account" tile, click on "Make a Payment" tile - this will launch you into TouchNet (net ID and password are the same as on WINS). Once logged in, click on the "Authorized Users" tab on the right side of the page and follow the prompts. You will simply enter the email address of those you wish to receive notifications. The user will receive an email with a login and temporary password that they will need to change. After the authorized user is set up, that person will receive future e-Bill notifications when there is a new bill to review. Only the student can reset a users password if it is lost, or forgotten or they get locked out. They need to take the authorized users email address out, save the record, and put the email address back in. This will send a new messge to the authorized user and a new temporary password, which the user can then reset themselves.
Authorization for release of information
The Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1976, as amended, is a federal law that affords students certain rights and protects their privacy and confidentiality with respect to their educational records. If you would like to allow specified individuals access to your financial records, complete an Release of Information form for Student Accounts and Financial Aid form. This form is completed online:
This will allow the person authorized to contact Student Accounts or Financial aid to ask questions about your account. This form does not authorize access to receive an E-Bill or access to your the WINS Account.
What charges will be on my bill?
UW-Whitewater undergraduate students are required to pay a one-time $100 enrollment deposit. This deposit remains on the student account during enrollment at the university. The deposit will roll forward to the next term as a deposit for that term, and is refundable when the student leaves UW Whitewater. Enrollment deposits should be paid at the time of your registration to attend a Warhawks SOAR session. Questions regarding the Enrollment deposit can be directed to Student Accounts at email@example.com or 262-472-1373.
Enrollment Deposit Refund
At separation from the University, the student may be entitled to a refund of the $100 enrollment deposit. The deposit must be requested, and the student must have paid all obligations owed to the university. If the deposit is requested, but the student has a balance on his/her account, the refund will be applied to the balance. To request a refund of the deposit, download the Enrollment Deposit Refund Request Form found at http://www.uww.edu/adminaffairs/finance/cashiers-office/forms and submit to Student Accounts. The request will not be processed until approximately 8 weeks after the end of the term to allow for any remaining charges to be processed. The refund will be sent via direct deposit to the bank account in the TouchNet system, or paper check will be mailed to the address on file with the University. The student has one year (12 months after the final day of classes) to request and qualify for the refund. Unclaimed enrollment deposits are deposited into a UW-Whitewater scholarship fund. Questions regarding the Enrollment Deposit refund can be directed to Student Accounts at firstname.lastname@example.org or 262-472-1373.
What are my Payment Options?
Can I use scholarships to help pay for tuition?
What happens if I don't pay my bill?
Additional information about student accounts and billing can be found on the UW-Whitewater Financial Services website.
UW-Whitewater at Rock County students enjoy access to nearly all of campus resources available to students attending classes at the Whitewater campus. Select a category below, or see the full list of campus resources »