If you attended another college before applying for admission to UW-BC, you must complete the UW System Application for Undergraduate Admission and submit official transcripts from all colleges you attended. The following is a complete list of necessary materials:
If you maintained a C average or higher (2.00 on a 4.00 scale) at your previous college(s), you are likely to be admitted. If you are admitted and had less than a 2.0 semester or cumulative GPA, the UW Colleges academic regulations (probation, suspended standards) will be used to determine your probation status. If you are admitted as a transfer student with lower than a C average, particularly during your last semester of attendance, you may be asked to meet the conditions of our Academic Success program.
A transfer student’s application is not complete until official transcripts of all prior college work have been received and evaluated. In the event of temporary unavailability of transcripts, other materials, such as grade reports, may be submitted. However, admission based on such data is tentative and may be revoked. Students suspended from another institution will not be admitted to UW-BC until the period of suspension elapses. Exceptions to this policy may be sought by submitting an appeal to the campus Academic Actions Committee.