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How to apply to UW-Eau Claire and register to take CSD Post-Baccalaureate online courses

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Things to know before you begin:

Application options:

Option A: Applying as a Post-Baccalaureate/Second Degree

Notes on post-baccalaureate/second degree admission status:

Option B: Applying as a Special (non-degree seeking) Undergraduate Student

Notes on special student admission status:

How to apply for admission as a Post-Baccalaureate/Second Undergraduate Degree Student

  1. Go to https://apply.wisconsin.edu.
  2. If you have never attended a University of Wisconsin school, follow the instructions to create your account.
  3. Select: UW-Eau Claire from the list of Wisconsin institutions, then provide all information requested.

How to Apply for Admission as a Special/Non-degree Student

How to Request Permission to Register for CSD Online Courses

Each course offered online through our program requires departmental permission. For permissions, submit this electronic form.

Note: To open the form, you’ll need to have been admitted and made eligible to register (matriculated) at UW-Eau Claire. New Post-baccalaureate students must submit all transcripts and pay the $100 registration deposit before being matriculated.

Permission forms submitted before the following dates will not be considered: 

Permissions decisions are considered based on the following first-come-first-served order of priority:

Permission to Register is determined by the CSD Department. You will be notified when permission has been entered into the CampS registration system.

Please do not submit your form more than once. If you have questions, please contact the Communication Sciences and Disorders Second Degree Program

Additional information: 

Online Program Applicants: State of Residency

Wisconsin is a SARA state (State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement) and the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire is a SARA-approved institution. "The State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement is an agreement among member states, districts and territories that establishes comparable national standards for interstate offering of postsecondary distance education courses and programs. It is intended to make it easier for students to take online courses offered by postsecondary institutions based in another state." (http://nc-sara.org/) Although CA and MA are not SARA-approved states at this time, UW-Eau Claire may currently accept students from these states as well.