Fee Information 2014-15
Spring Semester classes begin Monday, January 26, 2015. An invoice for semester tuition and fees will NOT be mailed to students. Students are strongly advised to make use of the PRISM on-line program to access and monitor information regarding tuition and account balances, financial aid, and payments. Call the Business Services Office at 920-832-2613, or stop in for information about your fees if you are not clear about the amount due. If you have questions regarding the courses for which you are registered, call the Student Affairs Office at 920-832-2620.
Registration and Financial Liability
Upon registration for classes, you are considered financially committed to UW-Fox Valley. This means if you want to withdraw from any or all of your classes you must officially withdraw by contacting Student Affairs or you will owe full tuition and fees. The balance of fees owed must be paid at the time of registration or before the end of the second week of classes. A $100 late payment fee will be assessed for failure to pay the balance by the due date, or failure to enroll in the payment plan (which requires a $200 down payment and signed Terms and Conditions agreement) by the due date, or failure to receive a financial aid deferment by the due date.
- Payment of Fees
- Adding Credits
- Fee Schedule
- Dropping Credits/Withdrawal
- Payment Plan
- Financial Aid
- Refund Policy
- Academic Polices / Regulations
- Fees And Tuition
- Administrative Staff
- Associate Degree Information
- Transfer Information System
- UW Colleges Distance Education
- Bachelor's Degrees At UW Fox
- Hours and Contact
Payment must be received on or before February 6, 2015. Payment may be made by cash, check, or money order. Make checks payable to UW-Fox Valley. Be sure to include your name and student identification number or social security number on the check. Payment by credit card (Visa, Master Card or Discover) may be made only through your PRISM account, and will include a service fee of 2.5% of the amount you are paying. You may also pay by electronic check through your PRISM account with no service fee. An installment payment plan is available; see Partial Payment Plan, below.
For checks returned because of non-sufficient funds, there is a $20 charge, plus any financial institution charges. If the check is made good after February 6, 2015, a $100 late payment fee will be assessed.
Pay your fees by mail for your convenience and to avoid lines. Address your envelope to: Business Services Office, UW-Fox Valley, 1478 Midway Road, Menasha, WI 54952-1297. To receive a receipt, include a self-addressed stamped envelope.
Payment may be made at the Business Services Office during business hours as listed at the end of this publication. A depository box at the Business Services Office is available for payments at any time during building hours. Deposits made after office hours will be credited the next business day.
Adding credits may result in additional fees. Return completed course “Add” forms to the Student Affairs Office immediately. Your course addition is official on the day it is entered in PRISM. An invoice for any additional tuition and fees will NOT be sent when adding a course.
Payment for additional credits must be made by the end of the second week of the semester. If classes are added after the second week of the semester, payment must be made immediately upon registration.
Fees for Spring Semester 2015 are:
|Credits||Resident Fees||Credits||Resident Fees|
|Credits||Non-Resident||Fees Credits||Non-Resident Fees|
The fee schedule for Minnesota residents is the same as for Wisconsin residents.
Fees for asynchronous courses (on-line classes) are: $238 per credit. Fees are assessed at all credit load levels (including 12-18) in addition to fees for standard, non-asynchronous courses. A $25 per credit online course fee is also assessed. The online course fee is not refundable after January 18, 2015.
Audit-only students must have the instructor's permission before registering. The fee schedule for audit courses is approximately 30% of fees for resident fees, and 50% of non-resident fees. If enrolled for both credit and audit courses, all credits will be assessed at the credit rate. The fee schedule for audit students is available from the Business Services Office. Wisconsin residents age 60 or over may audit courses at no charge.
If you decide to drop a class or to not attend any classes, your fees will NOT be adjusted until you officially drop the course(s). Students who do not attend the FIRST class meeting of a course MAY be dropped from that course. There is no refund for courses dropped after February 20, 2015. Classes meeting less than 12 weeks have a shorter period for refunds. Consult with the Business Services Office for details. Course drop and withdrawals can be done directly from your PRISM account. The date PRISM shows you dropped/withdrew is the official date of your action. If you drop or withdraw by mail, the postmark date is the official date. If you received financial aid and withdraw from the university, repayment of your financial aid may be required.
Withdrawal from spring classes between January 26, 2015 and February 6, 2015 requires payment of a $50 withdrawal fee. Withdrawal made on or after February 7, 2015, requires payment of 50% of class fees; withdrawal after February 20, 2015, requires payment of 100% of class fees.
A payment plan is available to extend tuition payment over a period of time. Participation in the plan requires a down payment of $200 by the payment deadline and completion of the “Terms and Conditions” agreement. Signing of the agreement is required every semester prior to enrolling in classes and allows continuing participation in the payment plan during your student career at UW Fox Valley. The $200 down payment (by the payment deadline) is required each semester you choose to participate in the payment plan.
The down payment deadline for Spring 2015 is February 6, 2015. This is a personal loan through this University
You are eligible for the Installment Credit Plan unless:
- You are carrying less than three credits
- You owe charges from a previous semester such as tuition, parking fines, library fines, etc.
- You were late with one or more of your payments from a previous semester
- You are younger than 18 years old and do not have a parent or guardian to co-sign your contract.
2. Down Payment/Balance Due:
Down payment = $200 on or before February 6, 2015
Remaining balance is due: 50% due by March 6, 2015
50% due by April 3, 2015
A late installment fee of $35.00 is assessed if either of the remaining payments is late ($35/late payment).
3. Installment Credit Agreement:
The “Terms and Conditions” agreement is a contract with this University. It is a legal document and therefore, you must be 18 years old at the time of the signing. If you are 18 or older, you must sign the contract; your parent may not sign for you. If you are younger than 18 years, a parent or legal guardian must co-sign the document.
4. Added Credits:
The additional tuition will be divided between the remaining payments.
5. Dropped Credits:
A reduction in tuition will be reflected in the remaining installment payments. No new contract is needed.
6. Late Installment Fee:
Tuition is due the dates indicated above. There is no grace period. The late installment fee is $35.00 for EACH payment that is late.
If you are receiving financial assistance (including federal and state financial aid, scholarships, veteran's administration support, or from other sources), you are responsible for the payment of your fees by February 6, 2015. Note that delivery of financial aid is not permitted before February 6, 2015. At the time of delivery the amount of tuition and fees owed to the university will be deducted from the aid you are to receive. Any balance will be mailed to your home address.
Financial aid awards will be based on the number of credits in which you are enrolled on Friday, February 6, 2015.
New borrowers receiving either a Direct Subsidized or Unsubsidized Loan for the first time at UW-Fox Valley must receive entrance loan counseling before a loan check may be disbursed. Entrance loan counseling is available via the Internet at www.uwc.edu (select Financial Aid, and then select Online Loan Entrance Counseling).
If you are a financial aid applicant who has received a financial aid award letter but your financial aid will not be available on or before February 6, you may be eligible for a fee deferment by contacting the Student Affairs Office. You can check your financial aid estimated disbursement date on your PRISM account. Please note: A fee deferment is not available to 1st-time borrowers/1st-year students receiving a Subsidized Direct Loan or Unsubsidized Direct Loan. Consider use of the Payment Plan to meet the February 6 payment deadline.
If you are receiving aid from another campus, you are responsible for payment of fees at UW-Fox Valley. A consortium agreement will not cause your aid to be used to make payment of fees at this campus. You are responsible for making the payment.
If you withdraw from this university or drop a course, your refund will be mailed to you, usually by the end of the semester. The amount of your refund will be based on the official date of your withdrawal or course drop. It will be calculated according to the following schedule for 12-16 week courses (shorter term courses have a different refund schedule; consult the Business Services Office):
January 26 through February 6: 100% minus a $50 withdrawal fee.
February 7 through February 20: 50%
After February 20: No refund
NOTE: Refunds for students receiving financial aid may be returned to the financial aid provider, not to the student.
A complete description of academic regulations is printed in the University of Wisconsin Colleges catalog, which is available in the Student Affairs Office or online at www.uwc.edu/academics/catalog The regulations provide information on class attendance, credit load, grading system, sophomore standing, auditing courses, incompletes, repeating courses, credit/no credit, grade point average, dropping/adding courses, complete withdrawals, probation, retention, suspension, honors, appeals, and other academic regulations. Several of the regulations are covered in the following section.
If you are receiving aid from another campus, you are responsible for payment of fees at UW-Fox Valley. A consortium agreement will not cause your aid to be used to make payment of fees at this campus. You are responsible for making the payment.
Academic honesty and integrity is expected of all students enrolled at UWFox. You have the obligation to conduct your academic work according to University standards.
You have the right to expect that you will be graded fairly, and have the right of due process should you be accused of misconduct. It is your responsibility to become familiar with the rules of academic misconduct according to UW Administrative Code, Chapter 14. Detailed information pertaining to academic misconduct and other student rights and regulations is available on the campus web page.
Students may add courses by using on-line enrollment (PRISM) during the first two weeks of a semester, the first week of an eight-week course, and during a proportionate time for shorter courses. Adds are not allowed for on-line classes once on-line registration closes. Once the semester begins, permission from the instructor will be required to add a class. The date the add is processed in PRISM is the effective date for official records and billing. Adds after the dates listed below must be presented to the Student Affairs Office.
The last day to add courses is:
- Fall 2014 Semester: September 5, 2014
- Spring 2015 Semester: February 6, 2015
Students may drop one or more courses by using the online enrollment (PRISM) during the first 10 weeks of a semester without incurring a failing grade. A grade of "W" (Withdrawn) is recorded for courses officially dropped after the second week of classes. Students who do not meet the prerequisite for a course may be administratively dropped from that course. Courses that do not meet the full semester will have a different drop date. Check with Student Affairs regarding earlier drop dates.
The last day to drop a class with a W grade is:
- Fall 2014 Semester: November 10, 2014
- Spring 2015 Semester: April 10, 2015
No Show Policy-Dropping for Non-appearance
Students who do not appear for the first session of each class for which they are registered will be dropped from the roster unless they have given prior notice to the instructor. It is the responsibility of the student to drop or withdraw from a course to insure proper processing of records. Withdrawal as a result of non-appearance will result in assessment of a $100 withdrawal fee.
A student may change from audit to credit in a course during the first two weeks of a semester or change from credit to audit status during the first 10 weeks of a semester. Some courses cannot be taken on an audit basis. Check with the Student Affairs Office.
Students may repeat courses to improve grade point average or to improve their foundations before taking succeeding courses in a discipline. Repeated classes will be flagged in PRISM.
Withdrawal is the term used to describe the termination of registration in all courses for the semester. Simply not attending classes does not constitute a withdrawal, excluding no show for the first class meeting. Withdrawal is permitted within the first 10 weeks of classes of the semester (or within a shorter period for sessions less than 16 weeks). Withdrawal after June 30 for fall semester and November 30 for spring semester will result in assessment of a $100 withdrawal fee. Withdrawal after those periods requires partial or full payment of tuition (see Fee Information for details).
Students wishing to withdraw from all courses may complete this transaction through their PRISM account. Some students may be required to meet with an advisor prior to withdrawal. Any student who does not officially withdraw will receive a grade of "F" in every course in which the student is enrolled.
Withdrawal during a semester may result in loss of eligibility as outlined in the section of the UW Colleges catalog. Contact the Student Affairs Office for further information about withdrawing. The last date to withdraw from the university is same as the drop dates above.
Anyone who desires a university education will be considered for admission to the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley. All prospective students must complete an electronic application for admission. A $44 application fee is required of new freshmen and transfer students.
How to Apply for admission
Applicants must complete the online admissions application. The online admissions application can be found on the web page www.apply.wisconsin.edu. Additional information regarding admission requirements can be found on the campus website www.uwfox.uwc.edu.
Guaranteed Transfer Program
The University of Wisconsin System Guaranteed Transfer Program enables students to begin their education as a freshman at UWFox and be guaranteed admission to a UW System institution as a junior. After fulfilling certain credit and grade point requirements, students will transfer with the same rights and privileges as those who begin their education at the baccalaureate institution. The guarantee of admission applies to the institution and not to the specific major or program. For more information or to obtain the guaranteed transfer form, contact Student Affairs or visit www.uwc.edu/transfer/guarantee/. Enrollment in the program must be completed prior to earning 30 credits at UWFox.
Placement tests are required in English and mathematics. The results are used to determine which classes are most appropriate, given the student's competency in those areas. Students who are identified as needing developmental course work due to placement test results must successfully complete the remedial course work prior to completing 30 credits.
The English and mathematics tests are each 90 minutes long. Students may register to take one only or both tests on pending the test date available. Students wishing to enroll in a language course beyond Semester I are required to take a language placement test for that particular language. To view test date and make a reservation to take a placement test visit our website at www.uwfox.uwc.edu/admreg/placement.html. Students are to arrive promptly and bring two No. 2 pencils. The use of a nongraphing calculator is allowed during the mathematics test.
See Your Advisor Before Registration!
All students with less than 30 credits (including current semester) must meet with an advisor prior to registering for classes. It is suggested that all students meet with an advisor. Students are further encouraged to develop a meaningful relationship with their advisor by discussing concerns and goals in selecting courses to meet requirements for their chosen major. Advisors are assigned based on the sub-plan (major). To determine who your advisor is, check your PRISM account. A listing of advisors with office numbers and e-mail addresses can also be found at www.uwfox.uwc.edu. If your advisor is in the Student Affairs Office, an appointment can be made by contacting the Student Affairs office at 832-2620. If your advisor is a faculty member or instructional academic staff, contact the professor by e-mail or during their posted office hours.
Every continuing student will be assigned a specific start time for registration. These registration times are assigned during early registration (see below) by the number of credits a student has completed. Check your PRISM account for your enrollment appointment (registration date and time). Once registered, a student wanting to withdraw must complete the withdrawal process as explained in this course schedule under the Academic Information Section.
Registration for new students
All students new to UWFox with less than 30 earned credits will be required to register for and attend a new student orientation and registration session called FOCUS (Fox Orientation Creates Understanding for Success). Detailed information regarding orientation sessions and registration and fees will be provided with admission materials.
Registration for continuing students
Students currently attending UWFox, or re-entering, may register for Fall 2013 Semester classes as follows:
Registration Dates for Fall 2014
April 11 Open Registration
Students currently attending UWFox, or re-entering, may register for Spring 2013 Semester classes as follows:
Registration Dates for Spring 2015
Early Registration for continuing students: November 2014
Registration: November 2014
Students should check their PRISM account for their registration date and time, which is the earliest time students can register.
Registration for classes creates a financial liability. Upon registration for classes, you are considered financially committed to UWFox. This means if you want to withdraw from any or all of your classes you must officially withdraw via your PRISM account or by contacting Student Affairs or you will owe full tuition and fees (Students will not be withdrawn for not paying the balance of tuition owed). The balance of fees owed must be paid at the time of registration or before the end of the second week of classes. A $100 late payment fee will be assessed for failure to pay the balance by the due date, or failure to enroll in the payment plan (which requires a $200 down payment) by the due date, or failure to receive a financial aid deferment by the due date.
The tuition deposit is intended to verify and ensure your intent to take classes at UWFox. Students who enroll for classes and later decide to not attend the campus unnecessarily occupy limited class enrollment spaces to the detriment of other interested students. The tuition deposit requirement is in place at most UW campuses and has been effective in reducing the number of unfulfilled enrollments at these campuses. If you have any questions about the tuition deposit, please contact the business services office.
Fees for the 2014-2015 academic year were not determined at the time of publication. The schedule below is an estimate of what costs will be. The official fee schedule is expected to be available in mid-July.
The payment deadlines for classes meeting 12 or more weeks are: Fall Semester – September 15, 2014; Spring Semester – February 6, 2015. Classes meeting less than 12 weeks have a shorter period for fee payment. Consult with the Business Services Office for details. Non-resident fees are approximately three times the amount of resident fees. Questions about residence status should be referred to the Student Affairs Office before registration.
An invoice for semester tuition and fees will NOT be mailed to students. Students are strongly advised to make use of the PRISM on-line program to access and monitor information regarding tuition and account balances, financial aid, and payments.
Audit-only students must have the instructor's permission before registering. The fee schedule for audit courses is approximately 30% of fees for resident fees, and 50% of non-resident fees. Wisconsin residents age 60 or over may audit courses at no charge. If enrolled for both credit and audit courses, all credits will be assessed at the credit rate. The fee schedule for audit students is available from the Business Services Office.
Payment may be made with cash or check at the business services office, or by check through the mail. Payment may be made on-line through PRISM by web check ($0 service fee) or by credit card (Master Card and Discover cards accepted, 2.5% service fee). A payment plan is available to extend tuition payment over a period of time. Participation in the plan requires payment of an enrollment fee ($25), down payment of $200 by the payment deadline ($100 in addition to the $100 tuition deposit), and completion of an installment payment agreement. Signing of the agreement and payment of the enrollment fee are required only once, and allow continuing participation in the plan during your student career at UW-Fox Valley. The down payment (by the payment deadline) is required each semester you choose to participate in the payment plan.
If payment is not received by the payment due date, a late payment fee of $100 will be assessed and full tuition will be owed unless withdrawal is made by the student during a refund period. Students will not be withdrawn for not paying the balance of tuition owed by the payment due date.
Financial aid information is available in Student Affairs. Students should check the UW Colleges catalog for complete descriptions of student financial aid policies and regulations.
Generally, a student must be registered for a minimum of 6 credits to be eligible for financial aid. Students who apply or are classified as Special Students by the university are not eligible to receive federal or state financial aid funds. Students must maintain satisfactory academic progress to be eligible to receive financial aid.
Information about financial aid programs and application is available through the Student Affairs office.
If you are receiving financial assistance (including federal and state financial aid, scholarships, veteran's administration support, or from other sources), you are responsible for the timely payment of your fees including the $100 tuition deposit, and full payment of fees each semester. Note that delivery of financial aid will begin approximately two weeks into the semester.
Financial aid awards will be based on the number of credits in which you are enrolled on September 15, 2014 for the fall semester and February 6, 2015 for the spring semester.
If you are not able to pay your fees on or before the end of the second week of classes, you may be eligible for a fee deferment if you have a complete financial aid file. You must apply for and receive a fee deferment at the Student Affairs Office before the end of the second week of classes. At the time of disbursement of your financial aid, the amount of fees owed to the university will be deducted from the aid you are to receive. Aid cannot be delivered to you until after your fees are paid. Any balance will be mailed to your home address.
Withdrawal: If you decide not to attend any classes for a semester, you are still responsible for the amount of your fees due based on the date you officially withdraw from the university. You may withdraw from your classes via your PRISM account, or withdrawal forms are available at the Student Affairs Office. The withdrawal date in PRISM, or the date the office receives the form is the official date of withdrawal. If you withdraw by mail, the post-mark date is the official date. Withdrawal is subject to a withdrawal fee of $100, or payment of all or part of your tuition and fees. Financial aid recipients who withdraw from classes may need to repay all or portions of the aid received and/or forfeit their financial aid eligibility.
If a student withdraws from the university or drops a course, the amount of a fee refund will be prorated based on the official date of withdrawal or course drop and financial aid status. If eligible for a refund, the refund will be mailed, usually before the end of the semester. Listed below is the refund schedule. Refunds for students receiving financial aid may be returned to the financial provider, not the student.
Refund Schedule for Withdrawals or Course Drops Class Length Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Thereafter
|Class Length||Week 1||Week 2||Week 3||Week 4||Thereafter|
|12 weeks and over||100%*||100%*||50%||50%||None|
|8 through 11 weeks||100%*||50%||25%||None||None|
|5 through 7 weeks||100%*||50%||None||None||None|
Please contact the Business Services Office with any questions about fees or financial deadlines.
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
Federal regulations require all institutions to establish academic standards that ensure students are progressing toward the completion of a degree. Students who receive financial aid are required to meet the UW Colleges SAP standards. To remain eligible to receive financial aid, students are required to meet the following three conditions:
- Maintain a minimum cum. GPA of 2.0 after completing 48 or more credits. (There is a graduated scale for less than 48 cr.)
- Successfully complete two-thirds of the total or cumulative credits attempted.
- Attempt a maximum of 90 crs. Including transfer credits and non-degree/remedial credits.
|Campus Dean||Dr. Martin Rudd||832-2610|
|Associate Dean||Dr. Bill Bultman||832-2696|
|Assistant Campus Dean for Administration and Finance||Jim Eagon||832-2613|
|Assistant Campus Dean for Student Affairs||Carla Rabe||832-2685|
|Assistant Director for Student Affairs||Tina Koch||832-2661|
|Collaborative Bachelor's Degree Programs|
|American Studies||Tammy Brunette||832-2633|
|Electrical Engineering||Brenda Rickert||832-2623|
|Leadership Development||Beth Richards||832-2896|
|Mechanical Engineering||Brenda Rickert||832-2623|
|Organizational Administration||Beth Richards||832-2896|
|Continuing Education||Cathy Paynter||832-2636|
|Marketing & Communications||Meagan Hardwick||832-2624|
|Student Activities||Jeff Kuepper||832-2671|
|Student Affairs (Advisors)|
Affirmative Action and Notices
The University of Wisconsin does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, creed, color, handicap, gender, sexual orientation, developmental disability, national origin, ancestry, marital status, arrest record, or conviction record in employment or in admission to and treatment in its educational programs and activities as required by state and federal laws and regulations. Inquiries concerning application of AA/EEO procedures may be directed to the Affirmative Action Office, 780 Regent Street, PO Box 8680, Madison, WI 53708-8680, (608) 262-2578. The information, policies and rules contained herein are subject to change. No part of this publication is intended to be nor shall be construed as a contract or offer to contract.
General building hours are as follows:
Monday through Thursday: 7 a.m.-10 p.m.
Friday: 7 a.m.-9 p.m.
Saturday: 8:30 a.m.-9 p.m.
Sunday: 1 p.m.-5 p.m.
Change of Address
It is very important that your official record reflects your current address. If your address changes, you must go into your PRISM account and edit this information. To do this: Login to PRISM-->Student Center-->Demographic Data-->Addresses-->Edit-->Save.
If you have problems with this process, please contact the Student Affairs Office for assistance.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Students have the right to inspect and review most education records maintained by the University of Wisconsin, and in many cases decide if a third person can obtain information from them. A student may challenge information in his/her records, which he/she believes to be inaccurate, misleading, or inappropriate. The University has adopted a policy statement implementing all provisions of the Act. A copy of this statement appears in the University of Wisconsin Colleges catalog.
The UW, in accord with this Act, has designated the following as "directory information" which is available to anyone unless a student asks to have it withheld: name, address, telephone number, month and day of birth, dates of attendance, degrees and awards received, sex, marital status, major field of study including current classifications, year-in-school, credit load, and number of credits earned toward a degree, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of members of athletic teams, most recent previous educational agency or institution attended, and parents/spouse/guardian name and address. If you choose to have directory information restricted you should file the appropriate request form in the Student Affairs Office. A student has the right to file complaints alleging University non-compliance with the Act with the federal agency which enforces the Act: The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act Office, Department of Education, 330 Independence Avenue SW, Washington D.C. 20201.
Learning Resource Center
The LRC is a place where students can go to receive free tutoring. Tutoring is a supplemental service outside of the classroom that can assist students with their course work. Both individual and group sessions are available. The LRC is located in Room 1819. For further assistance contact an advisor in the Student Affairs Office.
The LRC also provides an array of transfer and career materials. Information is available on all UW System baccalaureate campuses and private colleges/universities. In addition, information on various careers can be found in the center. Student computers are available to access the Transfer Information System (TIS) and WISCareers. These programs will assist students with transfer plans and career direction. Students can also apply for financial aid on-line.
Religious Holiday Accommodation
It is the University's policy that students' sincerely held religious beliefs shall be reasonably accommodated with respect to all examinations and other academic requirements. In order to meet this policy, faculty have been encouraged not to schedule such events on commonly recognized holidays such as Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kipper, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day, Passover Eve, and the first day of Passover, Easter, and the first day of Ramadan.
Students requiring religious accommodations must notify the instructor of a conflict within the first three weeks of class. Instructors are not obliged to schedule make-ups before the regularly scheduled requirements. Students who believe they have been treated unfairly may file complaints in accordance with the complaint and grievance procedures adopted pursuant to Chapter 6 and 9 of the UW Colleges constitution.
Safety and Health Policy
The University of Wisconsin System will provide and maintain adequate facilities for a safe and healthy learning environment. It is the University's responsibility to work with faculty and staff so that they are equipped to educate their students on practices and procedures that ensure safety for all members of the university. Employees with instructional responsibilities are expected to comply with state and federal safety laws and regulations in their institutional areas. Certain course and research projects require that the student work with hazardous materials while engaging in academic studies. Instructors of these courses and research projects shall inform and train students on procedures that will maintain the students' personal health and safety and provide them with information on the hazards of specific chemicals that will be used during their course study. Furthermore, instructors will enforce and follow safety policies. Prior to use of hazardous materials and equipment, the student shall review the procedures and information and discuss any associated concerns with the instructor.
Student Identification Cards
UWFox photo ID cards are usually issued at new student orientation. If you do not receive an ID, one can be issued in the Student Affairs Office. Your ID card must be presented when checking out library materials or borrowing equipment from the Instructional Technology Department. It may also be requested at other campus activities. Your ID must be validated with a new sticker each semester. Stickers may be obtained in the Student Affairs Office. Replacement cards and IDs for special students will be issued for a fee of $10.00.
Textbooks are available at the University Bookstore which is located at the intersection of the main hallway and the 1300 wing. For information about ordering or business hours, call (920) 832-2665 or visit the following campus website http://www.neebo.com/university-of-wisconsin-fox-valley. Refunds with original receipts are available one week after the first day of classes.
Textbooks for UWC Online courses are not available through the UWFox bookstore site. Students will be required to purchase their books for online courses via the UWC Online bookstore site linked on their website.
Veteran’s Education Benefits
Students who plan to use benefits must complete a Veterans Registration Form. This form is available from the Student Affairs Office or on the Veterans & Armed Services page. Please contact the School Certifying Official regarding enrollment status for various sessions.
Eligible veterans may qualify for textbook and tuition reimbursement. If this is the first time using education benefits, please contact your County Veterans Services Officer to determine benefit eligibility. Those who are eligible need to submit the appropriate paperwork to the School Certifying Official as soon as possible.
Associate of Arts & Science
The Associate of Arts and Science Degree will fulfill university-wide, college and school general requirements at all UW institutions. Completing the requirements of this degree will demonstrate proficiency in math and English and knowledge from a wide variety of courses including humanities, social sciences and natural sciences.
The skills and abilities gained will prepare students for baccalaureate and professional programs, lifelong learning, leadership and responsibility. Students should plan carefully with their advisor to ensure smooth transfer into the major area of study.
University of Wisconsin Colleges Associate of Arts and Science Degree Requirements
- A minimum of 60 credits.
- UW Colleges General Education Requirements must be fulfilled.
- At least 24 of 60 credits must be completed within the UW Colleges, or at least 12 of the last 24 credits must be earned within the UW Colleges.
- A student must have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher earned at the UW Colleges and 2.0 overall GPA in credits applied to the Associate of Arts and Science Degree.
- Students must be enrolled at a UW College during the semester in which the degree requirements are completed or have earned 36 degree credits prior to transferring from a UW College to a baccalaureate degree granting institution.
General Education Requirements
I. Core requirements.
These courses and their prerequisites may not be used to satisfy a breadth requirement when used to satisfy a core requirement. A grade of C or better in or exemption is required in the following: Writing – ENG 102, Math – MAT 108 or MAT 110.
II. Breadth Categories
Fine Arts and Humanities: A student must earn a minimum of 9 credits with at least one course designated as a Fine Arts (FA) and at least one course designated as Humanities (HU).
Mathematical and Natural Science: A student must earn a minimum of 11 credits in this category. A minimum of 8 of these credits must be in at least two disciplines of the Natural Sciences and must include one laboratory science course (LS). Refer to list of disciplines.
Social Sciences: A student must earn a minimum of 9 credits designated as a Social Science (SS). These courses must be selected from at least two disciplines. Refer to list of disciplines.
Application and Performance: A student must earn a minimum of 3 credits in courses designated as Application and Performance (AP).
Ethnic Studies: A student must earn a minimum of 3 credits in courses designated as Ethnic Studies (ES). These courses may also be counted toward another breadth category.
Interdisciplinary Studies: A student must earn a minimum of 3 credits in courses designated as Interdisciplinary Studies (IS). These courses may also be counted toward another breadth category.
|Astronomy||Economics||Health, Exercise Science and Athletics||Political Science|
Associate Degree with Emphasis
UWFox offers students an opportunity to earn an AA&S Degree with a specific Emphasis. An Emphasis is a concentration of coursework in a given discipline, or area of study. Completing your AA&S Degree with an area of Emphasis is not a requirement; rather, it is an option for you to enhance your overall associate degree. Specific requirements for a Degree with Emphasis are determined by individual departments. Details regarding specific Associate Degree Emphasis can be found at www.uwfox.uwc/edu/admreg/emphasis/.
For information on transferring courses to or from another UW Campus or for information on pre-major courses offered at UWFox, visit the TIS website www.uwsa.edu/tis.
Everything you need to know regarding UW Colleges on-line courses is available at www.online.uwc.edu. This resource is updated regularly. It is the student’s responsibility to access this website for specific information including all on-line course schedules, deadlines, and payment information.
Compressed Video (CV): CV utilizes audio, computer, and video connections simultaneously. This enables faculty and students to converse and interact with each other’s coursework while viewing each other in a real time classroom setting. Note: There is a per credit technology fee for all CV courses.
Computer Based Training (CBT): CBT courses are delivered to students on a course website in modules from CD-ROMS. Students complete the modules, submit their homework and correspond with the instructor via email.
On-line (ONL): In UW Colleges on-line courses, students and faculty interact with each other as class members totally over the Internet. Instructional courseware utilizes web pages, discussion groups, and UW Colleges e-mail. On-line courses do not meet at a particular time or place, but they are structured within the academic semester time frame and require class participation several times each week. These courses have different tuition, fees, and payment requirements; they are listed separately at www.online.uwc.edu. You will register for UW Colleges on-line courses through UW Colleges PRISM self-service system just as you would for any on campus courses. Note: UW Colleges on-line has different registration dates and requirements than UW Colleges campuses. Check for accurate information. Text books for on-line are available through NEEBO. To order textbooks for distance education courses link to http://online.uwc.edu/student-services/textbooks or call toll free 1-800-325-3252.
Streaming Video (SV): SV courses feature recorded, multimedia lectures which are accessed via the web using streaming video technology. Courses may not meet on campus and lectures can be viewed asynchronously via the web. Additional course content and interaction with instructor and classmates takes place in D2L, the UW Colleges Course Management System. A personal computer (minimum technical specifications apply) and broadband internet connection are required for SV courses.
Wisline Web (WLW): WLW links an audio connection with common web-based courseware. This enables faculty and students to converse while interacting with each other’s documents and graphics in a real time classroom setting. Note: There is a per credit technology fee for all WLW courses.
Textbooks: Text books for all distance education (DE) courses (including all modes above) are available through NEEBO. To order textbooks for distance education courses link to http://online.uwc.edu/student-services/textbooks or call toll free 1-800-325-3252.
Bachelor of Liberal Studies in Organizational Administration: Students can complete a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies at the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley with an emphasis in Organizational Administration. This degree is being offered by the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in collaboration with University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley. Classes are taught in the evenings, in fall, spring and summer, and will be offered both in person and via distance education. For more information, contact the collaborative degree advisor at 920-832-2896.
Bachelor of Liberal Studies in Leadership Development: Students can complete a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies at the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley with an emphasis in Leadership Development. This degree is being offered by the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in collaboration with University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley. Classes are taught in the evenings, in fall, spring and summer, and will be offered both in person and via distance education. For more information, contact the collaborative degree advisor at 920-832-2896.
Bachelor of Science in Management: This University of Wisconsin-Stout Degree partners with UW Colleges and the Wisconsin Technical College System to offer students who have completed an A.A. or A.A.S in a technical field the opportunity to continue studies toward a bachelor’s degree here in the Fox Valley. This degree is offered in four areas of concentration:
- Business Management
- Human Resource Management
- Industrial Management
- Quality Management
For more information, contact the Student Affairs Office at 832-2633.
Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering/Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering: The University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley and University of Wisconsin-Platteville have collaborated to offer a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering* on the UW-Fox Valley campus in Menasha, WI. For more information, visit UW-Platteville Fox Valley Engineering Program web site www.uwfox.uwc.edu/uwplatteville/.
- ABET accredited UW-Platteville degree
- World class University of Wisconsin education
- Professional Engineering Program offered completely in the evening
- Pre-engineering classes may be completed full or part time, day or evening
- Excellent continuing education opportunity for: technicians who would like to earn a bachelor’s degree, engineering professionals looking to add or refresh skills, bachelor’s degree holders desiring a career change, cooperative education students placed at area companies, and students desiring a bachelor’s degree in the Fox Valley area.
Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in American Studies: This University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point partners with University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley to offer students who have completed all UWSP general degree requirements the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree in American Studies. Two options are available: A - American Studies or B-Working in a Global Economy. Classes are taught during the day, evenings, and in the fall, spring, and summer semesters. Instruction occurs both in person and via distance education. For more information check out the UWSP web site www.uwsp.edu/cls/cdp/index.htm or contact the collaborative degree advisor at 715-295-8900. Fees for Summer Session classes are shown below and must be paid at the time of registration or on or before the dates indicated in the table below. Access to student account information is available through PRISM.
Business Services Office Office Hours
The regular office hours for the UW-Fox Valley Business Services Office are:
Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The office will be open until 6:00 p.m. Monday, January 26; and until 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 5.
A Depository drop box is located at the business services office and is available to receive payments during campus building hours.
Student Affairs Office Office Hours
The regular office hours for the UW-Fox Valley Student Affairs Office are:
Monday and Tuesday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday thru Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
If you have any questions about your schedule or account status, check your PRISM account. If you have additional questions, call:
Student Affairs Office: 920-832-2620
Business Services Office: 920-832-2613
Parking Permit Required
A parking permit is required to use university parking lots. A permit is available at no cost from the Business Services Office.