Submitting Transcripts – Undergraduate Applicants

Applicants must submit original or officially-certified copies of academic records.

Undergraduate applicants must submit records for all secondary school (high school) education and must submit academic records for all post-secondary education (college or university), whether or not the program was completed.

Official records must be submitted in the native language and must be accompanied by an official English translation.

Official records must be sent directly to UWM from the institution or examination authority unless the institution or examination authority does not offer this service.

All transcripts from non-U.S. institutions should be mailed to International Admissions.

If you are sending materials via regular mail, use this address:

International Admissions Office, Garland Hall #138
UW-Milwaukee Center for International Education
P.O. Box 413
Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413

If you are sending materials via courier, use this address:

International Admissions Office, Garland Hall #138
UW-Milwaukee Center for International Education
2441 E. Hartford Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53211

For more information about which academic records to submit from a non-U.S. secondary school, please click here for a table of educational credentials by country.

For more information about which academic records to submit from a non-U.S. post-secondary institution, please click here for a table of educational credentials by country.

Please note: All documents submitted become the property of the University and will be destroyed after processing. If you do not want to lose your original documents, please send officially-certified copies. If this is not possible, you may include a pre-paid, express envelope at the time you submit your documents and they will be returned when we have processed them. We can return original transcripts, mark sheets, grade reports, diplomas, and national standardized examinations. We will not return certified copies, IELTS reports, U.S. transcripts, proof of funding, or other supporting documentation that can be easily duplicated.

We are not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged documents.