-- Campus Catalog --Registration Priority
- According to class standing
Athletic Training, Clinical Laboratory Science, Education, Fitness, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Physical Education, Radiation Therapy, Sport ManagementLimitations
College of Business Administration:
•Upper division business courses are in high demand, and enrollment may be limited.
College of Liberal Studies:
•Access to many courses is competitive and cannot be guaranteed. Some music and theatre arts courses require an audition.
College of Science & Allied Health:
•Must be a declared major in Recreation Management or Therapeutic Recreation to take most of the 200, 300, and 400 level RMTR courses.
•Therapeutic Recreation may consider additional admission requirements.
•Community Health Education may consider additional admission requirements/course enrollment restrictions.Notable Academic Programs
- Archaeology - The Archaeological Studies Major at UW-L is one of the few comprehensive undergraduate degree programs in archaeology in the United States and the only one in the Midwest. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that it is a comprehensive, interdisciplinary major that integrates the sub-disciplines of Anthropology with an emphasis on the most advanced archaeological methodologies and a wide array of area studies (e.g., North America, Mexico and Central America, Caribbean, South America, Egypt, Sub-Saharan Africa, etc.), and exposure to the rich cultural diversity of contemporary societies around the world.
Undergraduate Majors Open to NSE Students
Anthropology: Anthropology, Archaeology, Ethnic Studies
Area Studies: Gender, Ethnicity and Multicultural Studies, Gerontology, International Studies
Art/Design/Fine Art: Art, Theater Art
Athletics: Athletic Training, Coaching, Exercise Science, Fitness and Sports Science, Fitness Management, Sports Management/Administration
Biological Sciences: Aquatic Biology, Biology/Life Science, Cell Biology, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Radiation Biology
Business: Accounting, Business Administration, Finance and Operation Management, Human Resource Management, Insurance, International Business, Management, Marketing, Public Administration
Chemistry: Biochemistry, Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry
Communications: Broadcasting, Communication, Interpersonal and Public Communication, Organizational Communication, Telecommunications
Computer Science: System Administration
Earth Sciences: Earth Science, Physical Sciences
Engineering: Engineering Physics
English: English, Literature, Rhetoric, Writing
Environmental Studies: Environmental Biology, Environmental Studies
Foreign Language: Arabic (some courses), Chinese (some courses), English as a Foreign Language, French, German, Hmong, Japanese (some courses), Russian, Spanish
General Studies: Gender Studies, Natural Sciences, Social Studies
Geography and Urban Studies: Applied Geography, Environmental Planning, Geography
Health and Safety Sciences: Community Health, Exercise Science, Gerontology, Health Education, Medical Laboratory Technology, Nuclear Medical Technology, Occupational Therapy, Physician Assistant, Radiologic Science, School Health, Therapeutic Recreation
Information Studies: Computer Science, Information Systems
International Studies: International Studies
Performing Arts: Choral Music, Music, Music Education, Music History, Music Performance, Music Theater, Music Theory and Composition, Music/Jazz Studies, Performance, Piano Pedagogy, Theater Arts/Drama, Theater Design Technology
Philosophy/Religious Studies: Philosophy
Political Science: Political Science, Public Administration/Affairs
Pre-Professional : Engineering Pre-Professional, Law Pre-Professional, Medicine Pre-Professional, Optometry Pre-Professional, Pharmacy Pre-Professional, Veterinary Medicine Pre-Professional
Psychology: Child Psychology, Psychology
Recreation: Commercial Recreation Management, Recreation, Recreation Therapy, Sports Management
Sociology/Social Work: Sociology, Womens Studies
Theater: Performance and Directing
Tuition / Fees
-- Campus Budget --
Tuition and Fees - Home Payment (Plan B) Students
- Fees are subject to change without notice.
- Two semesters = one academic year
- Three quarters = one academic year
Maximum Credit Hours Per Semester
- No tuition/fees are paid to the host campus.
- Figures do not include costs you will incur for course specific enrollment (e.g., laboratory courses, student teaching, studio art)
- See below for credit hour restrictions and/or miscellaneous fees applicable to Home Payment (Plan B) students.
Miscellaneous Fees - Per Semester
- Home Payment (Plan B): 18 ($400 per additional hour)
Figures are current as of 06/09/17.
|NSE Program Fee
|Career Services Fee
Important Notes: Actual costs may vary slightly. Estimate for textbook rental is higher than usual to compensate for unforeseen rental fee increases in the future.
Students ride the local MTU bus for free with their UWL Student ID card as costs are covered within segregated fees that students on campus pay. Transportation costs within the city should be very minimal as MTU bus services runs to many relevant locations within the city.
All students are assessed a $25 registration fee, $6.50 Career Services Fee, and $2/per credit D2L fee in addition to regular tuition costs. Students coming in on Plan B will not incur any tuition fees from UWL, but may be assessed these additional fees. D2L (Desire 2 Learn is the online course management system used by UWL faculty and students and allows for "anytime, anywhere" access to course-related files, electronic drop-boxes for assignments, online quizzes and tests, e-mail, and grades. As the maximum credit load is 18 credits for undergraduate students, students can expect to see a cost between $24-36 for full-time study.
Initial Student ID Card is free for all UWL students. Replacement charge is $20 per card. Students will need their student ID to access their dormitories.
Parking Permit fee will vary based on availability. Students are encouraged to purchase a parking permit if they will be bringing a car to campus for their exchange term. The $168/term price is for students living on-campus or wishing to park in the resident parking ramp. As parking is limited around campus, we do not encourage students to bring a car to campus unless necessary since students are able to ride the local MTU bus system for free with their UWL Student ID.
Meal Plans total will vary based on the meal plans that students choose.
Exchange with Canada - Health Insurance
Students must purchase campus health insurance at $1,486 per year.
Room / Meals
Figures are current as of 06/09/17
On-Campus Housing Per Semester
- 40% living on campus
- Double: $2866
- Per semester unless otherwise noted
- Students must live on campus
- Maximum unrestricted housing reserved: 5
Notes About Housing
- Appoximate monthly cost: $600
- Proximity to campus: 1-5
- Local Public Transportation Available to Campus
Students have the choice of living in Reuter Hall or Eagle Hall. When applying for your accommodations, please indicate that you are an incoming student on the National Student Exchange Program. Students living in Reuter Hall can opt for a shorter, flexible meal plan since the hall includes shared kitchen and cooking facilities within the residence.
Meal Plans Per Semester
Notes About Meal Plans
- Meal purchase is required for on campus living.
- $1391 per semester for 19 meals per week.
All students required to purchase meal plan if staying on-campus. Meal plans will vary based on student preference and/or accommodation placement. Price shown is for the "Big Eagle" plan which is the average plan which includes:
Unlimited entries into Whitney Center main dining room
2 meals per day can be used in the Chars dining area
2 meals per day can be used in On The Go option
2 meals per day can be used in Mondo Subs at Whitney
1 meal per day can be used in the Student Union designated area (TBD for fall 2017)
4 guests meal per week to use at Chars or Badger Street Station
50 blocks meals included for more dining options
There are no Maroon Dollars with this plan