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UAS / UADS
Undergraduate Academic Services, or Undergraduate Academic Deans Services. Services provided by L&S Student Academic Affairs; please see L&S Undergraduate Student Academic Services & Support
Special student classification: Senior Guest auditors
Wisconsin residents age 60+ by the first day of class are eligible to audit lecture courses with instructor approval on a space available basis tuition-free. Some exceptions do apply. Learn More.
Special student classification: Guest auditors
Individuals not currently enrolled in a degree program or don't plan to pursue a degree, but want to attend a credit class without earning credits, grades or take exams, or complete assignments. Learn More.
Special student classification: Visiting international students from the dissertation level
Dissertation level visiting international student. Learn More.
Special student classification: Visiting international students from the graduate level
Graduate level visiting international student. Learn More.
Special student classification: Visiting international students from the undergraduate level
Undergraduate level visiting international student. Learn More.
Special student classification: Capstone certificate students
Capstone Certificates are typically a one-year collection of courses, a record of coherent academic accomplishment in a given discipline or set of related disciplines. Learn More.
Special student classification: Professional or personal development
Non-degree seeking students, who wish to pursue coursework for professional development or personal enrichment (for those who have already earned an undergraduate degree). Visiting graduate students should use this classification . Learn More.
Special student classification: Intensive English as a Second Language students
Studying English as a second language full time at UW-Madison. Learn More.
Special student classification: High school students
Qualified high school juniors or seniors may apply to take one course each term through the Traditional, Youth Options, or Course Options Programs. Learn More.
A special index key typically used as one of the five customizable document keys. If used, this key will generate a unique string that will belong only to a single document. This field exists to ensure that individual documents stay separate from others and to easily locate/communicate information about a specific document.
Special student classification: International students on formal exchange program
Currently a student at a university abroad (that has a formal exchange agreement with UW-Madison), and you wish to attend UW-Madison for one or more terms. Learn More.
University staff positions focus primarily on supporting education, research, and
the campus infrastructure. If a position involves functions that are
similar in nature to other positions in Wisconsin state government, the
position is university staff. These positions include accountants,
administrative support associates, nurses, microbiologists, and
SOURCE: Office of Human Resources
University Staff hold positions in virtually every unit on campus. The University Staff positions are quite varied and duties include, but are not limited to, administrative support, information technology, accounting, engineering, in addition to custodial, food service, and craftsworkers and contribute daily to the quality and reputation of a University recognized and respected around the world.
Special student classification: Online only
The online-only University Special (nondegree) student classification
(UNOL) is for students who are non-Wisconsin residents (classified as
such for tuition purposes),
not currently in a degree program at UW–Madison, and planning to enroll
in stand-alone online courses for which they meet the prerequisites.
For more information and further restrictions please see our UNOL webpage.
Undergraduates who are applying in the UNOL classification are required to submit official
transcripts from all other colleges and universities to confirm good
standing and a minimum GPA of 2.0 cumulative and in the most recent
Qualified high school juniors and seniors who are
applying in the UNOL classification are required to submit a high school
transcript with a minimum high school GPA of 3.0 overall and in the
most recent semester.
Special student classification: Others, one term only
Non-degree seeking students, one term as designated by ACSSS*
academic advisor. Learn More.
Special student classification: Pre-selected by a department or program
Non-degree seeking students, pre-selected groups designated by ACSSS*
Special student classification: Admission requirements for graduate or professional school
Students completing courses and/or other admission requirements for graduate or professional school.
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