(Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies)
New Freshmen Application Requirements
Priority Deadline: March 1 (fall admission), December 1 (spring admission)
After these dates applications are considered on a space available basis.
Complete the UW System Application on-line at: http://apply.wisconsin.edu.
The Office of Undergraduate Admission processes all undergraduate applications.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (Pre-Architecture):
H.S. Diploma or equivalent
4 English (including at least 3 years literature and composition)
3 Math (college prep courses at or above algebra level)
3 Science (including at least 1 year lab science)
3 History/Social Science
2 Additional academic courses (at least 2 years of a foreign language strongly recommended)
2 Other (from above, computer science, fine arts or other appropriate courses)
Typically, students who are admitted as pre-architecture students meet the following academic credentials:
Most students admitted to the School will have a high school cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 unweighted scale and have a composite ACT score of at least 23 (SAT 1070).
PERFORMANCE on ACT or SAT and CLASS RANK
Performance on standardized tests and class rank is only a portion of the admission decision. Other factors include your applicant statements, rigor of high school curriculum, letters of recommendations and extra-curricular activities.
The application form includes two applicant statements intended to help us learn more about you beyond your test results and high school record. The first asks about your life experiences and the impact you will have at UWM. The second asks for a more general personal statement, or the opportunity to explain circumstances that might have affected your academic performance in high school. It is important that you respond to both. While letters of recommendation are not required, if you choose to submit one or two for consideration, please be sure that the letter addresses your academic ability and potential for success at UWM.
COLLEGE CREDITS EARNED IN HIGH SCHOOL