College of Letters & Sciences Forms

Bachelor of Arts Requirements

  • Foreign language waiver based on high school courses
    Students who graduated from high school before 2012 may waive the requirement with 2 high school years of the same foreign language.
  • Request for personalization: 300/400 level coursework
    6 units of upper division course work (300/400 level) from the arts, humanities or social science fields of study. These courses may not be from the department of the student's major or minor. They may not be used in a student's University Requirements. All 6 units may be from the same subject.

Retroactive Credits in Foreign Language

  • Request For Retroactive Credits in Foreign Language Form
    To apply for retroactive credits, students must earn a grade of B or better in their first college level language course (numbered 142 or above, or Japanese 102 or above). They are then eligible to apply for retroactive credits for the courses below the course completed. UW-system transfer students are also able to be awarded retroactive credits based on their transfer coursework.

Request for Overload of Credits

Graduation

(see the University Forms section for application information)

  • Graduation Checklist
    This is not an official graduation check, rather it is an advising tool to review a student's record for graduation. The form should be kept in the student's advising file.

University Forms

Academic Standards

Registration

Graduation

FERPA

Other

  • Undergraduate Degree/Major/Minor Change Form
    Students should complete the form and take it to their current major office. That office will release the advising file to the student to take with the change form to the office of the new department.

Location

College of Letters & Sciences
Laurentide Hall 4100
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
800 W. Main Street
Whitewater, WI 53190-1790

Resources For

Contact

Office of the Dean
Rebecca Reichert
Phone: (262) 472-1621
E-mail: reicherr@uww.edu

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