For the 2023-2024 school year, the partnership between the high school and UW-Green Bay CCIHS allows us to offer courses at $105 per credit. UW-Green Bay Student Billing office will bill high schools for these credits. The high school will provide communication to students and parents on how to make the payment for the cost of these course credits.
|CCIHS Tuition Cost
*Including fees. Segregated fees are waived for all CCIHS courses unless students are enrolled, or will enroll, in an on-campus course during the same term they take a CCIHS course.
Enrolling in a CCIHS Course
A CCIHS representative from UW-Green Bay will visit in-person or virtually to walk students through the registration process. After the registration visit, students are given a due date to have both the application and registration form submitted. If the student does not complete by the requested date, we will not be able to enroll the student in a course.
The date a student can drop their course will be provided during the registration visit. The drop deadline date varies as it depends on the length of the course. Students should first talk to their teacher if they are struggling to determine if they can work out a solution. If dropping the course is best, the student needs to, notify their teacher and UW-Green Bay CCIHS at firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no tuition reimbursement. Student transcript will reflect the dropped course.
Student Academic Disciplinary Procedures
Chapter UWS 14
If there is any academic dishonesty in your academic work, there may be consequences that can become part of your permanent college record.
As stated from the UWS 14.01 Statement of Principles:
The Board of Regents, administrators, faculty, academic staff and students of the University of Wisconsin System believe that academic honesty and integrity are fundamental to the mission of higher education and of the University of Wisconsin System. The university has a responsibility to promote academic honesty and integrity and to develop procedures to deal effectively with instances of academic dishonesty. Students are responsible for the honest completion and representation of their work, for the appropriate citation of sources, and for respect of others' academic endeavors. Students who violate these standards must be confronted and must accept the consequences of their actions.
The complete Student Academic Disciplinary Procedures can be found on the Wisconsin State Legislature website.
Earn retroactive credits at no cost for completing a college level course.
If you successfully complete a 202 world language course with a grade of C or higher in French, German or Spanish, you are eligible to receive up to 11 retroactive credits for college 101, 102 and 201 level classes at no additional cost.