Advising takes place in Roseman and other academic buildings, depending on the student's major and number of credits completed.
Each college has unique requirements that need to be met before a student can graduate.
UW-Whitewater offers opportunities to obtain pre-professional work in a number of fields, including Chiropractic, Dentistry, Engineering (Physics), Law, Medicine, Optometry, Pharmacy, and Veterinary Medicine.
To view a list of classes that will be offered the following semester, reference the Schedule of Classes online. Other useful information is provided if you have questions about registering.
Credit may be transferred to UW-Whitewater if the grade earned in the course at the previous institution is recognized as a passing grade (D or better) and the course parallels work offered at UW-Whitewater. Students can use the Transfer Information System (TIS) to determine how courses transfer between the UW Colleges and other UW System Institutions.
Find links to a variety of offices and resources on campus.