High School Special Students

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High School Special Students are currently enrolled in high school and apply to UW-Platteville for concurrent coursework.

In order to be considered as high school special, students must comply with the following:

  • Must be in the top 50 percent of their class or have an ACT composite of 22 (SAT I of 1030) as a senior
  • Must be in the upper 10 percent of the class or have scored in the top 10 percent in one or more of the nationally recognized admission examinations (ACT, SAT I) as a junior
  • Must have the sanction of the high school principal or counselor (in writing to the Office of Admission and Enrollment Services)

Each high school student aspiring to attend university classes may take three semester credits per semester. Certain students may elect to take up to, but no more than, six semester credits per semester upon the approval of the Office of Admission and Enrollment Services. It is to be understood that each high school student wishing to attend classes at UW-Platteville must reapply each semester.

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How to Enroll as a Special Student

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