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College of Business Administration (CBA)

Transfer Students

Welcome, Transfer Students!

College of Business Administration at UWL


1. Apply to UW-La Crosse. Once you are admitted the Admissions Office will complete a transfer credit evaluation.

2. After the evaluation is complete, watch for emails from the CBA Dean's office with information about registration and course suggestions (If you have not received an email yet, we may still be waiting to receive your information from admissions).

3. Use the tutorials (links listed below) to get acquainted with WINGS and your Advisement Report.

  • WINGS Help page (with many tutorials) here
  • Advisement Report (AR) Tutorial here

4. You are able to complete your registration online using WINGS and if you have questions you can reach out to the CBA Dean's office advisors.

Other Tips and Resources

  • Use your advisement report (AR) to identify courses you need to complete
  • Create your tentative class schedule:
    • Class timetable is available at /Records/registration/
    • Use Schedule Planner to pick the best possible schedule
    • Import the selected courses from the Schedule Planner into your shopping Cart
  • Register at your assigned time for the best selection of classes. View your enrollment date in your WINGS Student Center
  • Important dates and deadlines are available at /Records/Dates-and-deadlines/
  • Get to know the UWL Academic policy information
  • Patience is key in this process!
  • Check your UWL email.
  • If you are having difficulties, our staff is here to help! Please contact Nicole Vidden ( or CBA Dean's Office (

Below are links to opportunities for involvement in the CBA:

CBA Student Organizations

Signature CBA Programs

Executive in Residence

Nicole Vidden  Profile of Nicole Vidden

CBA Academic Services Director
1218 Wittich Hall

Specialty areas:

Academic policies and procedures, monitoring degree progress, probation and suspension, advising, and admission to the business program.