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Complete the checklist below to become the newest Cardinal in the Nest!

Click here for the next steps for admitted transfer students.

  • Step 1 - Apply for Financial Aid

    Applying for financial aid beginning Oct. 1 each year to qualify for state, federal and university grants. UIW's FAFSA code is 003578. Visit the financial aid page to learn more.

  • Step 2 - Confirm Your Attendance

    Meet with your admissions counselor to review your financial aid. When ready, confirm your attendance to begin the enrollment process. This step does not apply to part-time or non-degree seeking students.

  • Step 3 - Submit Meningitis Record

    Send us your proof of Bacterial Meningitis vaccination. This requirement only applies to students who are under the age of 22. Read the instructions here.

  • Step 4 - Apply for On-Campus Housing

    Planning to live on campus? Residence hall assignments are on a first come first served basis, so apply today. (Confirmation fee must be paid in order to apply). A $225 housing deposit must be on file to process your application.

  • Step 5 - Take the Accuplacer or TSI Exam (If Needed)

    Students who scored below 550 on the math portion of the SAT or 22 on the math portion of the ACT are required to take the Accuplacer or TSI to test into college-level math. UIW offers the Accuplacer at no charge for UIW students. Sign up for a test date here.
  • Step 6 - Sign Up for Orientation

    Choose a summer orientation date and sign up here.

    Transfer students, go here.

  • Step 7 - Complete Your Pre-Scheduling Questionnaire

    First-time freshmen must complete a questionnaire to be pre-scheduled for classes. The questionnaire opens on April 1st and can be completed online here. Students will receive their schedule via e-mail prior to their selected orientation date. Confirmation fee must be paid before pre-scheduling.

  • Step 8 - Submit Final Official Documents

    Students must submit a final official copy of their high school transcript that reflects their graduation date and final GPA. Students enrolled in dual credit courses must also submit an official college transcript. Students should also submit official ACT, SAT, AP or IB scores, if applicable.

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Notes and Reminders

  1. Academic merit scholarships are renewable for up to four years of undergraduate coursework so long as students maintain a 3.0 GPA and continuous full-time enrollment.
  2. Admission to the university does not guarantee admission to a specific program. Contact the Office of Admissions with any questions.
  3. Admission to UIW is provisional upon receipt of an official final high school transcript, which includes the date of graduation. This transcript is required prior to the start of the term.
  4. It is recommended that UIW students have a laptop for their coursework. Students may purchase a laptop from outside the university, use an existing laptop, or purchase one from the UIW bookstore.

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