We look forward to having you as a student at UW-Barron County!
To be considered for admission, you must submit a University of Wisconsin System Application for Undergraduate Admission. You can obtain this application form from a high school guidance office, from the UW-Barron County Student Services Office or you can apply online at apply.wisconsin.edu. The completed form and any required materials should be sent to the Student Services Office at the address below.
A $44 fee must accompany the application of prospective freshmen and transfer students from schools outside the University of Wisconsin System. Special students do not pay the application fee unless they become degree candidates.
Applications are accepted after September 15 for the following fall or spring semester or summer term.
High school students are encouraged to apply early in their senior year. Early applicants have an advantage in obtaining academic counseling, financial aid and their preferred schedule of courses.
For more information contact our Student Services Office at (715) 234-8024.
High School Students: Submit your completed application and the $44 fee to your high school guidance office. Your counselor will see that your transcript is sent to us. A final transcript will be required after graduation.
High School Graduates: Contact your high school and have your final transcript forwarded to us; it should be sent directly from the school.
Students who have attended other colleges/universities: Submit your final high school transcript along with a transcript from any other post-secondary schools. Contact the Registrar’s Office at former institutions; normally the request must be written and may require a small fee.
Individuals who have completed or are completing the GED or HSED will need to provide official scores from the institution that administered the testing.
Take either the ACT or SAT and include UW-Barron County as one of the institutions to receive score reports. This is a required part of the admission process for new freshmen. Persons who are 21 years old and older will have this requirement waived. These tests are given at most high schools on special dates and must be registered for well in advance.
Students are notified of an admission decision once all of the above items have been received.