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Apply as a Transfer & re-entry Student

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As a student with more than 15 credits from another college or university, you will be applying as a transfer student. This means there are certain items you need in your application. Take a look below to learn more about applying as a transfer student. Did you previously attend UW-Green Bay? Take a look at the note below.

See our Transfer Credit Guide for how your credits will easily transfer to any of UW-Green Bay campuses.

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Applying is Easy as 1-2-3

There are a few pieces in a completed application. Here's what to send.


Complete the UW System Application.


Send in the $25 application fee. Is the fee an obstacle? Request a waiver in your application.


Send your official high school transcripts to or by mail.

Have questions or need help with any of these steps? Just contact us.

Transfer student application guide

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Did you previously attend UW-Green Bay?

​If you haven’t attended anywhere since UW-Green Bay, you will apply as a re-entry student. You are not required to provide an official transcript of pay the application fee.

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What do I need to send?

Let’s talk about what materials are needed to complete your application. See what required for transfer students.

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Admissions Guidelines

Take a look at what you can expect for admissions guidelines for transfer students.

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Transfer policies and agreement

UW-Green Bay has agreements with many institutions to create a smooth path for you to complete your degree. Explore the transfer guides and agreement.

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How do I change campuses?

You don't need to complete a new application to change between any of the UW-Green Bay campuses. Talk to your academic advisor about planning your change of campus.

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Hints for submitting the online application

Let’s avoid technical problems. Take a look at a few hints about keeping your application process moving forward.

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