How do I apply to UW-Madison?

How do I apply to UW-Madison?

How do I apply to UW-Madison?

Any student interested in applying as an undergraduate to the University of Wisconsin–Madison must submit an online application. Additionally, each type of applicant will be required to submit additional required materials by our deadlines in order to complete the application and be reviewed for admission.

How many years of Spanish do you need for Madison?

(Two years of a single foreign language are required for admission to UW-Madison, and are encouraged at other UW System campuses.)

How do I check my application status for Wisconsin?


  1. Check to make sure we’ve received all your application materials.
  2. View your admission decision.
  3. Check the details we have on file about you, including residency status and term of entry.
  4. Update your mailing address, phone number, and email address.

Does UW-Madison look at senior year grades?

GRADES AND COURSEWORK We look for you to be earning top grades—mostly As—in challenging courses, including honors, IB, and/or AP, when available. While we don’t specifically base a decision on your GPA or your class rank, we do consider your academic performance in the context of the available offerings at your school.

Does Madison require a language?

The minimum foreign language requirement for admission to UW-Madison is two sequential units of a foreign language (other than English) but most successful applicants have three or four (or more) units. A unit of language is defined as: One semester of college OR. One year of high school OR.

What SAT score is required for Wisconsin?

You need to have at least 1280 as your SAT score to get into University Of Wisconsin-Madison. SAT score lower than 1280 still can get you in but your application need to stand out. Typical SAT scores for University Of Wisconsin Madison are from 650 to 770 for math and from 630 to 710 for reading and writing.

Is 28 a good ACT score?

Is 28 ACT Score Good? With a score of 28, you are in the 91st percentile of all test takers. More likely than not, with a score of 28, you’ll often be in or near the commonly accepted range at highly selective colleges. The exception may be the Ivy League where the score required may be higher than 30 on average.

Can I get into UW-Madison with a 26 ACT?

There’s no absolute ACT requirement at University of Wisconsin – Madison, but they really want to see at least a 27 to have a chance at being considered.

What is University of Wisconsin known for?

Since its founding in 1848, this campus has been a catalyst for the extraordinary. As a public land-grant university and prolific research institution, our students, staff, and faculty members partake in a world-class education and solve real-world problems.