Center for Academic Advising
University of Wisconsin-Superior
Old Main 134
Belknap and Catlin
P.O. Box 2000
Superior, WI 54880
Center for Academic Advising
Special Adult Advisement and Registration for Summer College begins April 2, 2012
Special Adult students must apply to the University and be officially admitted in order to be eligible to enroll for summer classes. If you plan to register for summer and fall semester classes, you will be required to pay the $100 enrollment fee.
If you plan to take only a course or two for personal enrichment or to transfer to another institution, make sure you check the course description for prerequisite requirements in the university catalog . Course prerequisites are entered into our registration system for all courses offered at UWS and our registration system will not allow enrollment if a course prerequisite is not met. Although Special Adult students are not required to submit an official college transcript for Admission purposes, you may need to provide this information in order to verify that you have met a prerequisite requirement to allow enrollment.
If you believe you have completed a prerequisite requirement at another institution, provide an unofficial transcript to the Center Office, Old Main 134, so we can verify that the prerequisite has been met. Providing this information will expedite your ability to register. Students who do not submit an unofficial transcript for prerequisite verification will be referred to the course instructor to officially obtain consent from the instructor in the form of a permission number or in writting (on a course request form or a drop/add slip) in order to register. Note: After spring semester has ended, some instructors may not be available until right before the class begins.
How do I register for summer classes?
Fill out the Summer Intent to Register Form and submit it. Once the form is received, Center Office staff will activate your record and assist you with registration. Clarification of prerequisite requirements and/or questions about desired classes will take place via UWS email.
Special Adult students, in most instances, do not qualify for financial aid. Special Adult students who are planning to complete a degree at UWS must change to degree seeking status by the time they have earned 29 credits. See change to degree seeking status in the university catalog.
We hope this information has been helpful. If you have further questions, please contact the Center Office via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: It is the student's responsibility to be knowledgeable of policies and procedures regarding to academic requirements, dates, and deadlines as indicated in the on-line UWS catalog and academic calendar.
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