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Are you a school counselor? We’ve compiled some special resources just for you! These resources are designed to help you as you advise students throughout their college selection process.
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View UWRF's admissions criteria by visiting the link below.
We grant credit for Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB) and College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams. Credits earned may be used towards general education or degree requirements or towards elective credit.
It's never too early to start the college planning process. Our handy timeline helps guide counselors, students and families through the process.
One of the trickiest conversations surrounding college involves finances. We've compiled resources to help guide families and get them started on the right foot.
Did you know that there are several options for students to earn college credit while still in high school? We've compiled resources for college credit programs that you can share with students and families.
Students needing to complete placement testing can register at the link below.
Click the buttons below to explore information about SAT and ACT testing.
Tons of scholarships are available for students of all backgrounds and qualifications. We've compiled resources on UWRF and external scholarships for students and families.
Click the button below to learn more about transfer student admissions at UWRF.
We offer a variety of visit options at UWRF, from traditional on-campus visits to group visits. Schedule a visit today!
The University of Wisconsin System is home to 13 comprehensive campuses, including UWRF. Learn more about the UW System and system-provided resources and guides at the link below.
Wisconsin Education Fairs offers in-person college fairs for students, families and school counselors. Attendees can chat with representatives, meet fellow students and learn more about the college admissions process.