UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Maximize your previous credits and degrees at UW-River Falls...
Where faculty and college advisers, department chairs, and academic deans work with transfer students individually to help them best apply their credits:
See how credits transfer from many different schools and from AP Exams. Run an interactive degree-audit projection showing what you've completed and what you have left to take in your UWRF degree! Quickly import courses from MnScu campuses. Use the "Request Information" button to share your course profile. If you don't see UW-RF matches for your courses, contact the UW-RF Transfer Coordinator at 715-425-3500 or firstname.lastname@example.org (not all campuses or courses are included yet in Transferology).
The UW Transfer Information System (TIS) provides information on course-to-course transfer within the UW System.
View campus specific guides for how classes transfer.
Articulation Agreements typically link the completion of technical college degrees to specific majors at UW-River Falls with enhanced transfer of credit. For complete details of any of these agreements, contact your adviser at your college or the UW-River Falls Transfer Coordinator.
Credit can be earned based on a variety of exams, including Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, and the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP). UWRF does not award credit for these exams that have been recorded on a previous institution's transcript. The student should have the scores sent directly from the testing agency to River Falls.
Military Credit is typically accepted for General Education requirements (Personal Health and Wellness area is often waived for Basic Training completion & Global Perspectives area may be waived for service overseas) and other baccalaureate courses. In order to award credit we must have an official transcript sent using the links below:
The Veteran Services Office at UW-River Falls provides proactive and individualized support for incoming veterans and family members.
Credit from non-accredited institutions may be reviewed by the appropriate department to determine appropriate application of transfer credits. A maximum of 72 credits can be accepted from two-year colleges. A minimum of 30 credits must be complete at UW-River Falls (with 6 credits in the major and 3 credits in the minor).