How to Apply/Enroll for J-Term

Current UW-Superior Students

If you are a currently enrolled UW-Superior student, you can register for J-Term courses through eHive. Current students do not need to see their advisor for a PIN to register for J-Term, but all holds will need to be cleared before registration.

It is always recommended that current students see their advisor prior to enrolling for J-Term to ensure the appropriate course is selected as part of a student’s academic plan.

Students Transferring to UW-Superior

New students should apply as a degree seeking student for J-Term and then continue on full-time in the Spring semester. To apply, visit the UW System's online application site.

Upon admission, you will work with your academic advisor to register for J-Term.

For transfer students already admitted for Spring 2018 who want to enroll in J-Term, they should contact the Admissions Office to request a change in the start term.

Incoming Freshmen to UW-Superior

New incoming freshman students should apply as a degree seeking student for J-Term and then continue on full-time in the Spring semester. Apply Online.

Upon admission, you will work with your academic advisor to register for J-Term.

For freshman students already admitted for Spring 2018 who want to enroll in J-Term, they should contact the Admissions Office to request a change in the start term.

Students Enrolled at Other Institutions (Guest Students)

Students from other institutions who want to take courses only during J-Term session should apply as a non-degree seeking student using the University of Wisconsin online non-degree seeking application. Those students seeking to transfer credits to their college or university can do so by providing a transcript from UW-Superior upon completion of the J-Term course.

Guest students must select “J-Term” on the online admissions application. Guest students do not pay an admissions application fee nor provide transcripts.

The $100 admission deposit is not required for non-degree seeking/guest students.

Upon admission, guest students will receive an acceptance letter.

Upon admission, a guest student should contact the Center for Academic Advising to connect with an academic advisor and to register for the J-Term course.