Posting of tuition and fee charges to student accounts started Aug. 1, 2020. (Note: For students living on campus, housing charges will be posted to student accounts by Aug. 11.) Billing statements will be mailed after Aug. 14, 2020. Students… Read More
The UWM Libraries will reopen on all three campuses on Monday, August 24, though access will be limited at the Golda Meir Library on the main campus. The Golda Meir Library is reopening in phases, starting with most public spaces… Read More
UWM’s tuition and fees are set annually by the Board of Regents. UWM tuition and fees consist of several components: tuition, which pays for teaching and instruction; segregated or mandatory fees, which pay for services such as Norris Health Center… Read More
First, please log into PAWS to review your fall schedule. Class formats were finalized on July 20. If you want to change a class or move to an online section, please contact your advisor. Advisors will shift students who want… Read More
All individual student meetings with faculty, teaching assistants, peer mentors, advisors, coaches, coordinators and tutors will happen online in the fall. Instructors and student support offices and centers will post clear information about availability and scheduling.
Students will be asked to stagger their arrivals to and exits from classrooms, including filling seats from front to back and leaving the classroom in reverse order. Some seats will be unfilled. Plexiglass will be installed at lecterns as needed. In… Read More
Students who drop individual courses but do not withdraw from all fall 2020 courses should review the UWM Interactive Add/Drop Calendar to determine the deadlines and corresponding fee assessments for their course. Students will not be refunded for courses if their enrollment remains in… Read More
Yes. The City of Milwaukee Health Department has approved UWM’s fall reopening plan. The Health Department recently enacted more restrictive guidelines for when in-person classes may resume. UWM is the first college or university in Milwaukee to receive permission from… Read More
The deadline to withdraw (drop all classes) from Fall 2020 courses without being charged any tuition or fees is Sept. 1, 2020. Students who withdraw from all Fall 2020 courses between Sept. 2 and Sept. 8, 2020 will not be… Read More
Because of social distancing requirements, all classes of more than 100 students will be held online. Many smaller classes will use a hybrid approach that will reduce the number of students present in a classroom at one specific time. Read… Read More
UWM will be open this fall with both in-person and online classes. The university will follow its original academic calendar, with classes beginning Sept. 2. Many classes will be offered with a hybrid approach that involves a mix of face-to-face… Read More
UWM has comprehensive professional development for instructors and a wide array of resources to maintain and improve quality in teaching and learning. Classroom observation and online course review opportunities conducted by The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning are… Read More
Currently, roughly one-third of UWM’s approximately 6,000 classes will involve some face-to-face instruction this fall.
Yes. Students can choose “mode of instruction” in the PAWS search function. They also can search in the online schedule of classes using “Instruction Method” in the search function.
Computer labs in SARUP will be run remotely, using technology that allows students to access software and computing power from their work stations at home. The woodshop and the rapid prototyping labs will be operational with COVID-protective strategies in place… Read More
In PAWS, online courses that have regularly scheduled meetings will list a campus location of “ONLINE WEB,” but will also include a day and time (for example, “Tuesday/Thursday 1-2:30 p.m.”). For online courses that are more self-paced, the listing box for “Days and… Read More
Given ongoing public health advisories against international travel, UWM has decided to cancel all faculty-led study abroad and exchange programs for the Fall 2020 semester. Individual students may apply for an exemption through UWM’s International Travel Policy by filling out… Read More
The announcement to reopen for the Fall 2020 semester is the result of months of work by 14 planning teams involving 140 faculty, staff and students that addressed issues related to instruction, building preparations, student services, housing, human resources, IT,… Read More
Lab, studio and other classes that involve hands-on learning or rely on student-teacher interaction will meet face to face. However, faculty members will be prepared to move online should the need arise. In general, in-person classes will be smaller to… Read More
No. UWM plans to follow its original academic calendar for the 2020-21 school year, with fall classes beginning Sept. 2. UWM is aware that some other campuses have decided to move to remote instruction after Thanksgiving, while others plan to… Read More
You might have opted out of emails from the chancellor (or others) without realizing it. The good news is that you can opt back in. The easiest way to do this is by finding an old email from the chancellor… Read More
Wēpa print stations will be available this fall in the most commonly-used campus locations. Visit this Campus Technology page for more details and information on active print stations.
Campus computer labs at the UWM Student Union, Golda Meir library, and Northwest Quad will be open this fall, with capacity limited to allow for social distancing. Visit the UWM technology page for Campus Computer Labs for more information, including… Read More
No dates or deadlines for summer or fall enrollment have been adjusted at this time. Visit the Office of Undergraduate Admissions pages for new freshmen or transfers for more information. Graduate School Applications and admissions continue as usual without interruptions…. Read More
To ensure the health and safety of the campus community, orientation will be offered in a virtual format for new undergraduate students who are starting at UWM’s three campuses in the Summer 2020 semester or Fall 2020 semester. The experience… Read More
Domestic undergraduate students thinking about deferring enrollment to the spring or summer terms can complete the Term Change Request form. Students interested in deferring enrollment to the Fall 2021 semester should work with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions to discuss… Read More
Placement testing sessions for the Fall 2020 semester have been cancelled, and alternate means of placement will be used. Students who feel they have not been placed accurately will have the opportunity to take a placement test when they arrive… Read More