The Center for Academic Advising will be open and available to assist all J-Term students. Faculty advising may be limited during this time so please connect with your faculty advisor before the end of the fall semester for assistance.
Learn more about the Center for Academic Advising, including contact information.
Educational Success Center
The Educational Success Center will be open and available to assist all J-Term students. Services include: disability support, tutoring (both online and in-person, by advance request), testing services, advising, and other support as needed.
Learn more about Educational Success Center, including contact information.
Final Exam Schedule for J-Term
The final exam period is built into the J-Term schedule. Students should refer to their course syllabus for details as it will vary from course to course.
Students with a Fall and Spring semester housing contract may continue living in the residence halls during J-Term.
Students wishing to rent a room in the residence hall during J-Term should contact the Residence Life by the second week of December to inquire about availability.
Students only enrolled in J-Term (i.e. guest students to UW-Superior) taking an on-campus course are required to obtain a parking permit.
Students who have a full-year parking permit can use that permit for on-campus J-Term courses.
Students who only purchased a fall semester only parking permit have parking privileges through the end of J-Term.
Tuition and Fees
J-Term tuition is not part of the plateau and is billed separately from Fall or Spring semesters.
Please see the Academic Calendar for J-Term Tuition and Fees Due Date. Students receiving additional financial aid for J-Term which does not cover the full cost of tuition and fees must make payment in full. Failure to make payment by January 8, 2018 will result in a late payment fee of $6.25 per credit and a registration hold will be placed on the account. Students will not be deregistered from their classes.