Kinesiology 125 - Adapted Fitness course

Kinesiology 125 application and enrollment instructions for guest or senior guest students

Applies to

Approved participants in Kinesiology 125- Adapted Fitness course as a Guest Auditor (UGST) or Senior Guest Auditor (UGSR).

Detail

Listed are instructions for applying and enrolling in Kinesiology 125-Adapted Fitness course as a Guest (UGST) or Senior Guest Auditor (UGSR).

Eligibility

Only those who have had a formal meeting with Tim Gattenby and have been invited by Tim to apply are eligible to attend this course. If you have not met with Tim Gattenby (Adapted Physical Education Coordinator for the Department of Kinesiology) and are interested in finding out more about this course, contact him via email at gattenby@education.wisc.edu.  

For those who have been invited to apply, please follow the instructions below: 

Guest auditors (UGST) (under age 60)

  • Apply using the University Special Student online application * (preferred).  If you are not able to complete an online application, a paper application can be accessed here usgap_revised_may2013.pdf .*  Please submit the completed paper application to the Adult Career and Special Student Services Office (ACSSS) via mail, fax or scan and email to:
UW-Madison
Adult Career and Special Student Services 
21 N. Park St., Ste 7101
Madison, WI  53715
Fax: 608-265-2901
Email: advising@dcs.wisc.edu
  • * IMPORTANT - Please make sure to complete the residence for tuition purposes/record of residence portion of the application as thoroughly as possible.  This is required to be completed by all students applying to UW-Madison.  The office of the registrar will follow-up with you via email from this email address "residencefortuition@registrar.wisc.edu" if they need more information to determine your Wisconsin residency status.  The residency office will need this information before you can be admitted to UW-Madison.
  • Admission - once you complete and submit your application, you will receive a student ID number via email.  Make sure to contact Tim Gattenby and provide him with the 10 digit student/campus ID number assigned to you.  However, you will not be officially admitted as a student until you receive a confirmation email and letter of admission from our office within one to two weeks after submitting your application.
  • Tuition waiver - If you are receiving SSDI or SSI and are a Wisconsin resident you may audit tuition free.  Please submit a copy of your SSDI/SSI benefits letter to our office via mail, email or fax to our office so the fees can be waived. If you do not have a copy of your SSDI/SSI letter, you can obtain one or request one through the Social Security Administration here.
  • Enrollment into K125 - Our office will enroll you in Kinesiology 125, approximately one week before the start of the class.
  • Student ID - Once enrolled in Kinesiology 125 you can obtain a student ID at UW-Madison Union South at the Wiscard office, located near the information desk on the first floor of Union South.
Senior guest auditors (UGSR) (age 60+) 
  • Apply using the University Special Student online application*  (preferred).  If you are not able to complete an online application, a paper application can be accessed here UGSR_application_7_15.pdf * Please submit the completed paper application to the Adult Career and Special Student Services Office (ACSSS) via mail, fax or scan and email to:
  UW-Madison
Adult Career and Special Student Services 
21 N. Park St., Ste 7101
Madison, WI  53715
Fax: 608-265-2901
Email: advising@dcs.wisc.edu
  • * IMPORTANT - Residency portion of the application: Please make sure to complete the residence for tuition purposes/record of residence portion of the application as thoroughly as possible.  This is required to be completed by all students applying to UW-Madison.  The office of the registrar will follow-up with you via email from this email address "residencefortuition@registrar.wisc.edu" if they need more information to determine your Wisconsin residency status.  The residency office will need this information before you can be admitted to UW-Madison.
  • Admission - once you complete and submit your application, you will receive a student ID number via email.  Make sure to contact Tim Gattenby and provide him with the 10 digit student/campus ID number assigned to you.  However, you will not be officially admitted as a student until you receive a confirmation email and letter of admission from our office within one to two weeks after submitting your application.
  • Tuition wavier -  Senior Guest auditors (those age 60+ and a Wisconsin resident) audit for free.  After you have been admitted, no additional information is needed to waive your tuition.  Senior guest auditors tuition is automatically waived. 
  • Enrollment into K125 - Our office will enroll you in Kinesiology 125, approximately one week before the start of the class.
  • Student ID - Once you have been enrolled in Kinesiology 125 you can obtain a student ID at UW-Madison Union South at the Wiscard office, located near the information desk on the first floor.



UW Madison Continuing Studies
Adult Career & Special Student Services
21 N Park Street, Suite 7101 | Madison, WI 53715
advising@dcs.wisc.edu | 608-263-6960
 




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Created:2017-10-03 10:42 CDTUpdated:2020-04-07 10:49 CDT
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