WHY TAKE A PIE COURSE?
What is PIE?
PIE is a University of Wisconsin Whitewater concurrent enrollment program which allows you to take a University course during the regular school day. You receive both high school and college credit for your work.
What courses does PIE offer?
PIE currently offers courses in Communication, English, Math, Political Science, and Spanish.
Check to see if your current school offers PIE, then fill out the student registration form below.
Online Admissions Process
After registering through your school for a PIE course; begin your online application process to be admitted as a special student at the University of Wisconsin Whitewater.
Credit Overload Form
Dual enrollment students are normally restricted to taking up to seven credits of UW-Whitewater courses per semester. If you plan to exceed this limit in any one semester, you will need to submit a Credit Overload Form to the the UW-Whitewater Admissions Office. Please find the request form below.
Terms & Conditions
After you have applied and received a letter stating that you have been admitted as a special student at UW- Whitewater, you need to complete the remaining steps in order to enroll in your PIE course.
YOUR PIE COURSE
What to expect:
When you are enrolled into a PIE course and attend the class, you are in a University of Wisconsin Whitewater class. Your PIE teachers will be using the same rules, guidelines, and method of teaching as UWW campus faculty. The PIE course will require greater personal responsibility and standards than your current high school courses. This fast paced course with outstanding teachers and highly motivated students will make a bright learning experience for you.
A syllabus is a course outline that will include important information on instructor contact and office hours, course expectations, course work key dates, responsibility as a student, and grading. It is important that you keep and read through the course syllabus as a guideline to help keep you organized from the beginning to the end of the semester.
UWW Grading System:
Withdrawal from PIE course:
Download Drop and Refund Policy 2013-2014
Your University of Wisconsin Whitewater Transcript
Obtaining or viewing your transcript:
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act Forms
FERPA is the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act that sets forth requirements regarding the privacy of student records. FERPA governs the release of student education records maintained by the University and access to these records.
Students are afforded certain rights concerning their education records, including:
- the right to inspect and review the education records
- the right to seek to have the records amended
- the right to have some control over the disclosure of the information from the records
If you would like to allow your P.I.E. High School instructor to discuss your PIE class grades and performance with a parent, guardian or other individual, please complete this form and provide it to your High School instructor.
If you would like to allow your student records to be disclosed to any other individual or for any other purpose, please complete this form: