UW-Green Bay's College Credit in High School program is expanding to include a hybrid online and in-person course for eligible high school students!
This course will be taught by UW-Green Bay faculty in coordination with approved high school art teachers.
Benefits to Students
- Get a head start on college with introductory courses that have a high degree of transferability
- Experience college rigor while in high school, and develop skills for college success
- Explore new areas of interest
- Engage in hybrid learning, and interact with peers from other schools
- AVD 102 - History of the Visual Arts (3 undergraduate credits)
Prospective High School Instructor Information
Entrance Criteria for Hybrid Courses
- Open to Juniors and Seniors
- Prospective students must have at least a 3.2 GPA
- Permission/Recommendation form must be signed by student, parent/guardian, and high school principal
Hybrid Course Tuition
- Hybrid course tuition equals 50% of the on-campus tuition rate.
- Segregated Fees are waived unless a student is also registered for an on-campus course during the same term.
- Students are limited to taking a maximum of 12 credits per semester; this includes courses taken through the traditional CCIHS program.
All registered students at UW-Green Bay are given a campus network account that they can use to access campus resources such as the Student Information System, campus email, Desire2Learn (D2L), and various library resources.
Students will receive a letter with network account information after their applications have been processed. A network account is set up at the time of application in preparation for registration. Please keep this account information and bring it with you on the day the CCIHS coordinator visits the high school; more information regarding this account will be shared at that time.
For full details including initial username/password information, account expiration policies, and account reset, please click here.
However, an official transcript of grades can only be obtained from the University Registrar. Upon completion of the course and once grades are posted in the UW-Green Bay Student Information System, you will need to request an official transcript. For details on how to request an official transcript, please visit the following website: http://www.uwgb.edu/registrar/transcripts
Transfer Information System (External Link)
Each university reserves the right to evaluate transfer courses according to its own criteria. In the University of Wisconsin System, for example, the decision to accept or deny the courses and credits may involve the content and level of the course, the quality of the student’s achievement or the appropriateness of the course to the student’s college program.
A bit of advice: Keep the syllabus and examples of your work in all courses. If other universities need information on the course, send them copies of your work and the syllabus to prove your competence.
The Transfer Information System (TIS), maintained by the UW System, offers UW and Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) students the ability to see immediately if/how UW-Green Bay credits will transfer to any UW campus. Click here to enter the Transfer Information System and follow these steps:
- Click on: CREDIT TRANSFER WIZARDS
- Click on: COURSE WIZARD
- Enter UW-Green Bay and the Institution you would like to transfer to
- Select the department of the course you are taking
- Click on Match all Courses
- Look for your specific course number and title and review transfer information
*Suggestion: Print the page to keep as a reference
Transcripts (External Link)
Upon completion of the course and once grades are posted in the UW-Green Bay Student Information System, you will need to request an official transcript. For details on how to request an official transcript, please visit the following website: http://www.uwgb.edu/registrar/transcripts
Click here for information regarding UW Green Bay 1098T Forms.