University of Wisconsin-Superior
Old Main 139
Belknap and Catlin
P.O. Box 2000
Superior, WI 54880
J-Term Policies and Fees
New Student Admissions for J-Term: Students should contact the Office of Admissions, Old Main 136, 715-394-8230 or the Graduate Studies Office, Swenson Hall 2024, 715-394-8295 for information regarding admission. Only special/non-degree or re-entry applications will be processed for J-Term. Priority application deadline for J-Term is December 1. Applications are available online.
Registration for J-Term: Students may register online or with a course request form in the Registrar's Office, Old Main 139, starting on the first day of the usual registration period in November and continuing to the first day of J-Term. Registrations after the first day of J-Term must be done in person through the Registrar's Office.
Payment Policy: Questions regarding tuition should be directed to the Cashier's Office, Old Main 208, 715-394-8505.
Financial Aid for J-Term: Costs associated with J-Term will be added to the preceding fall semester and aid eligibility determined accordingly. When participating in a study abroad experience, a Financial Aid Revision Form, available at www.uwsuper.edu/finaid/forms must be completed and submitted to the Financial Aid Office. If attending on-campus coursework, an e-mail may be sent to email@example.com stating the number of credits you plan to enroll in for J-Term.
Withdrawal from the University for J-Term: Students who register and decide not to attend before classes start must drop all courses prior to the first day of J-Term. Students withdrawing from courses after the beginning day of J-Term, must complete an official withdrawal card. The $50 withdrawal fee will apply for students who withdraw after the start of J-Term.
Probation/Dismissal: Because grades for J-Term are due after the spring term begins, students will not be placed on probation or suspension as a result of grades from J-Term.
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