Why pick UW-La Crosse?
We offer pre-College Advising, Small classes, individual attention, variety of programs, support services, team dedicated to assisting student veterans and their dependents.
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Using your benefits at UW- La Crosse
Many of our students are returning to the classroom after spending years in the work force or the military, and others are entering school for the first time after raising families or exploring other interests. These nontraditional students have a unique set of needs, concerns, and questions. First among these might be, "Is college right for me?" If you have ever wondered this, you are not alone!
As you consider whether to attend UW-La Crosse, you may have questions about which educational path you should take. A pre-admission planning session with our specially trained veterans counselors will provide you with the opportunity to discuss prior academic and work experience, interests, and the many options available to you at UW-La Crosse.
Many veterans have attended UW-La Crosse and gone on to have very successful careers. We are committed to helping you do the same. There are currently over 250 registered veteran students earning their undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees at UW-La Crosse.
Schedule an Appointment today:
To schedule a pre-college advising session with our veterans advisor, please contact Frank Tierney via email email@example.com or call 608-785-6950.
Steps to enroll at UW-La Crosse
applying: All the steps you need to follow regarding either undergraduate or graduate admissions to the University can be found on the Office of Admissions page.
Transfer Credits: may accept credit for work done at another approved institution. Credit is granted to each admitted student on an individual basis after official transcripts have been evaluated.
The following are taken into consideration when evaluating transfer credits:
* Completed at an accredited institution
* Substantially similar to courses offered at Pitt
* Completed with a grade of C or better
* Does not duplicate previous coursework