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How to Apply
These are the steps to follow when submitting an application to UW-Green Bay. Early application is strongly encouraged. Applications for admission may be submitted beginning September 1 for the following summer or fall (August 1 for spring semester).
Steps to Apply
- 1. Complete the UW System online application.
- 2. You can pay the application fee of $44 with a credit card when you complete the application online. Otherwise you can mail a personal check made out to UWGB for $44. (Please include the name of the applicant on the “memo” line of the check.) For our mailing address check out our request info page. NOTE: If the last school you attended was one of the University of Wisconsin 2-year Colleges, you may be exempt from the application fee. Feel free to call 920.465.2111 to see if this applies to you.
- 3. Request official copies of all transcripts from each college you attended to be sent directly to the UW-Green Bay Admissions Office. For our mailing address check out our request info page.
Transfer students often apply shortly before the start of the semester they want to attend. Earlier application is strongly encouraged so that you can take advantage of priority registration and greater course availability.
To ensure that you are getting your best pick of classes for the semester you start at UWGB, the Admissions Office recommends the following:
- - If you want to transfer to UWGB for the summer or fall semester, apply for admission by late February/early March.
- - If you want to transfer to UWGB for the spring semester, apply for admission by late September/early October.
If you apply during these times you will likely have an admissions decision and be able to register along with our continuing students. Registration appointments are based on transferable college credits completed. If you delay, it will become much more likely that you will be registering for classes after the continuing UWGB students have already registered, and you can expect more limited course availability. There will be classes available if you apply after these timelines, but the options will be more limited.