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               Fall 2014 SOE Catalog of Programs & Offerings

               APPLICATION & REGISTRATION GUIDELINES

Off-Campus Admission Application & Course Registration:


ARE YOU NEW AND WANT TO REGISTER FOR OFF-CAMPUS/ONLINE COURSES?

1) Please complete the Off-Campus Course Application Form and submit online for admission to the University.

2) Then complete, print and sign the Off-Campus Course Registration Form ; or one of the following pre-filled forms for enrollment in the Supervision of Student Teaching sections appropriate to the credit level you've applied for admission to the University:

Fall 2014 Currins 593-101 #51982 (1 Undergraduate Credit)
Fall 2014 Currins 593-102 #54429 (1 Graduate Credit)

3) Return your form by using one of the following options for enrollment in the course(s):

1) Fax to 414-229-3633 - Attn: Robin Pagan (Please include your phone and/or email on the fax cover sheet); or

2) Scan and attach it to an email to rpagan@uwm.edu (Please include course and semester in the 'Subject' line ( i.e. CURRINS 525-101 Spring 2014)

Feel free to call Robin Pagan to confirm receipt of your fax/email at 414-229-5255. You will be notified with the status of your registration.


CONTINUING STUDENTS


Register through PAWS at www.paws.uwm.edu


NEW - ONLINE APPLICANTS


A two-step process: (1) Admission (2) Registration

(1) Admission - Go to: www.apply.wisconsin.edu

  • Graduate credit: Click on "Graduate School Apply online" (Graduate Credit)

  • Undergraduate credit: Click on "Special Student Apply online" (Undergraduate Credit)

  • Select: UW-Milwaukee

  • Then click "web application". After New User, click "Register". Follow the online instruction

  • Fill out the application, then click "Register"

Within one week after applying for admission online, you will receive through the U.S. Postal welcome letters from UWM providing you with your campus ID# and PIN under separate cover along with registration/enrollment instructions.

To view the selection of classes, go to: Schedule of Classes, select the appropriate semester/term. When you find a class in which you want to enroll, make a note of the 5-digit class number.

(2) Registration: Go to PAWS to register, using your ePanther ID, password and the 5-digit class number(s) for the course(s) you want.

                                      Registration Resources

For Assistance

Call the HELP DESK: 414-229-4040, Toll Free: 877-381-3459 or GetTechHelp.uwm.edu

Undergraduate Assistance

Contact the Department of Admissions & Recruitment at 414-229-2222

Graduate Assistance

Shane Haensgen, hasensgen@uwm.edu or 414-229-4495

The Graduate School receptionist 414-229-6569 or email gradschool@uwm.edu

Office of Academic Affairs: Teaching & Learning - Outreach Office

Please call 414-229-5255 if the above process does not result in your online registration.

                        Graduate Credit versus Undergraduate

To register for GRADUATE credit, you must have at least a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution and should be registering in a course approved for graduate credit. Courses taken for graduate credit may, with proper approvals; be counted toward an advanced degree at UW-Milwaukee. No more than nine graduate credits earned in UWM off-campus graduate courses prior to admission to a UWM graduate program may be considered for transfer toward the UWM graduate degree program.

To register for UNDERGRADUATE credit, you must at least hold a high school diploma or the equivalent. When taking a course as part of a job requirement or for advancement on a salary schedule, you should be certain whether graduate or undergraduate credit will be accepted.


CAREER (CREDIT LEVEL) CHANGES:


A career (credit level) change is considered a drop of the original course. To avoid an assessment for dropped courses, you must request a change in career (credit level) in writing to UWM Enrollment Services no later than the second week of classes for full-semester courses, and during the first week of classes for courses of less than a full semester's duration. Level change applies to all courses in which you are enrolled for that term.

                           Student Accessibility Center (SAC)

The Student Accessibility Center offers support, information and referral services to all UWM students with disabilities. To receive services from SAC, you must register with the Center and provide early notification of any class, workshop or other activity. For information or details, call the Student Accessibility Center at 414-229-6287 (Voice/TTY), or visit 112 Mitchell Hall, 3203 N. Downer Ave., or log on at www.uwm.edu/Dept/DSAD/SAC/index.html

                                                     Tuition

A student who is enrolled in courses located "off-campus" (Lec 1## series) will  be assessed a reduced tuition. The on-campus (Lec 3## Series) tuition rate includes segregated fees, which offers access to the UWM Union, Norris Health Center, bus passes and other campus services. Tuition payment is due on the date specified on the fee statement invoice. A $50 late registration fee may be assessed for registrations submitted after the Friday before the course begins. Fees are assessed at either all undergraduate credit or all graduate credit within a given semester as determined by the student's classification. A student cannot take both undergraduate and graduate credits during the same semester.

                                        Tuition Rate Schedules

   Need to Renew Teaching License? or Got DPI Stipulations?

 

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A COURSE FOR YOUR 5-YEAR LICENSE RENEWAL OR COURSES THAT MEET DPI STIPULATIONS; OR ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT A NEW CAREER PATH? 

Currently, educators who were licensed before 2004 can opt to renew their licenses by completing 6 credits every five years. 

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Rob Longwell-Grice (School of Education, Office of Student Services), is here to assist you.  Rob will help you find courses that will meet the requirements for your license renewal; as well as those that meet Wisconsin's Department of Public Instruction (DPI) stipulations.  As the Graduate recruitment coordinator, he can also talk with you about the different graduate degrees we offer.  Feel free to call him at 414-229-3059 or send email to: robert@uwm.edu.          

For a list of courses that satisfy DPI Stipulations

 

 

 

Contact Us


For courses listed in the catalog or other requests, please contact SOE Office of Academic Affairs: Teaching & Learning - Outreach Office

Phone: 414-229-5255
FAX: 414-229-3633
E-Mail: rpagan@uwm.edu

Mailing Address
:
UW-Milwaukee
School of Education-Outreach Office
579 Enderis Hall
P.O. Box 413
Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413

Campus Location
: (For Campus Map, Click here)
Enderis Hall, Room 579
2400 E. Hartford Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53211