Check out our Transfer Checklist page for basic transfer information and a helpful checklist to help manage your transfer process.
Use the Credit Transfer Wizards to see how individual classes or courses in entire departments transfer from the Wisconsin Technical College to your intended UW campus.
If you are transferring to a four-year UW campus and know your intended major, check out the articulation agreements. Articulation agreements guarantee credit transfer from the completion of a Wisconsin Technical College degree or certificate program to a specific UW major.
If you are unsure of your intended major or unsure of the UW you will transfer to, check out the Universal Credit Transfer Agreement (UCTA). This agreement provides a set of courses that are transferable between all Wisconsin Technical Colleges and UW campuses. Courses within the UCTA satisfy the general education requirements for any UW major.
Are you transferring to a four-year UW campus, know your intended major, but plan to transfer without completing an associates degree? There may be a transfer guide of use to you.
A transfer guide shows the required courses for a UW major and the equivalent courses that transfer from a Wisconsin Technical College. This is NOT a guaranteed transfer agreement and not all programs have transfer guides.
UW HELP provides assistance with the application process through the University of Wisconsin online application, including what transcripts you will need to send, the application fee, and more! The online application is for all University of Wisconsin institutions.
If you are transferring to a Wisconsin Technical College (WTC), visit the home page of the WTC you are planning to attend for application information. If you are ready to apply, go directly to the application site for the WTC you plan to attend.
You may be required to take a placement test before you can enroll at your new school. It will depend on where you are applying, and how many credits you are transferring. If you are required to take placement tests, plan to take them as soon as possible to ensure you can register on time and for the appropriate classes. If you are required to take them and do not, you may not be able to register for your classes!
For information about placement testing locations and registration, go to the Regional Placement Testing website.