Congratulations on your acceptance to UW-Eau Claire – Barron County. Here are your next steps to start your academic journey:
1. Activate your account
Activate your account by visiting myusername.uwec.edu. You will need your username and campus ID, which are found in your admit letter or application acknowledgement email.
2. Accept your admission
After being admitted and activating your account (step 1 above), sign into CampS to accept your admission offer.
3. Apply for financial aid
To be considered for financial assistance, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), available at fafsa.gov. You may begin completing the FAFSA for the next academic year on Oct. 1. Submit your FAFSA using the UW-Eau Claire FAFSA code (003917) by March 15 to receive a financial aid package prior to May 1. For those who apply for financial aid earlier, we will begin sending out financial aid packages in January. For questions, contact the Solution Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-788-6244.
Note: If you filed your FAFSA incorrectly using UW-Barron County’s FAFSA code, please contact the Solution Center to resolve the issue at email@example.com or 715-788-6244.
4. Apply for scholarships
Feb. 1 priority; April 1 deadline
Admitted first-year and transfer students should visit the scholarship website for the scholarship application, descriptions, criteria and amounts. Students who are accepted by the April 1 application deadline must fill out the separate Admissions scholarship application to apply. Eligible students who are admitted and have a scholarship application submitted by the Feb. 1 priority application deadline may be considered for early awards.
*Note: Students in the Launch Program or the Associate of Arts and Science Online Collaborative program are not eligible for scholarships.
5. Register for placement exams
Regional placement testing is required of all new incoming students and can be taken at any UW System campus. Select testing dates are offered at UW-Eau Claire – Barron County. Students must take placement tests before attending orientation. Details are mailed in February.
Transfer students will work with their advisor to determine if placement tests need to be taken.
Note: If there are no longer available test dates, please contact the Solution Center at 715-788-6244 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about your options.
6. Register for orientation or classes
First-year students: New student orientation (one-day session) will take place April – August. Students who accept their admission will receive detailed information about orientation in March. Before you attend orientation, be sure to send an official transcript for any college work in progress or completed so you can get the best advice on what courses to select.
Transfer students/Associate of Arts and Sciences Online Collaborative students: Once you accept your admission, our Solution Center staff will connect you with an academic advisor. Your academic advisor will contact you via email to set up a time to discuss your transfer credits and registering for classes. Questions about orientation, advising and registration can be sent to email@example.com.
7. Submit test credit
If you have taken Advanced Placement (AP) exams, College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams or International Baccalaureate (IB) exams, send the official scores to UW-Eau Claire. If you have questions, contact the Solution Center staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-788-6244.
8. Submit final transcript(s)
First-year students: After graduation submit an official high school transcript for a review of your senior grades and proof of graduation.
First-year and transfer students: To gain college credit for any college coursework taken, send a final official transcript from the college/university you took the course(s) through. All transcripts should be sent to the Admissions Office prior to orientation for best advising. Altering or failing high school or college coursework could result in cancellation of your admission.
9. Apply for housing (optional)
Glenwood Commons, within walking distance to UW-Eau Claire – Barron County, provides optional housing that adds to the college experience. Housing for students is limited and on a first-come-first-serve basis. To learn more, click here.
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If you have any questions about the steps after you've been admitted, feel free to contact us.