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  • Your records are protected under FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act).

    You have the right to restrict your directory information. (If you wish to restrict your information, you must file the Student Request to Restrict Directory Information form by September 15 or your name, address, phone and e-mail will be published in the campus directory.)

    The people who can access your records are those who, by virtue of their position, have a "need to know." For example, Your advisor has a need to know and so, he/she has access to your information.

    For further information, see the Registrar's website.

  • Applying to UW-Superior


    • Undergraduate Students must meet with their advisor during the advisement period prior to registering. The advisor must release the Advisor Hold before a student can enroll in classes. Students can register on, or after their scheduled registration appointment time as listed in their E-Hive.   

      Graduate Students can register from the first day of early registration through the first day of class via their E-Hive. Graduate students may also mail their registration to:

      Graduate Studies Office
      Swenson Hall 2024
      P.O. Box 2000,
      Superior, WI 54880-4500

    • Once the placement test has been taken, the course you have been placed into will be listed at the end of your unofficial transcript for UW-Superior.

      1. Logon to your E-Hive
      2. Click on "My Student Center", located in the top of the middle section of your E-Hive home page
      3. Under "Academics", in the left margin, you will see a drop down box. Select "Transcript: view unofficial" and click on the arrow to the right of the box. 
      4. In the drop down box titled "Report Type", select Unofficial Transcript" and click "go".
      5. Scroll to the bottom of your unofficial transcript and you will see English class, Math class(es), and/or Foreign Language class that you are allowed to enroll in based on the results of your placement exam(s) or your ACT English score.

      If you are having difficulty locating these locations, your advisor will be able to assist you in locating your placement and directing you to the appropriate courses.


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