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Thank you for your interest in UW-Baraboo/Sauk County! We'd love to show you our beautiful campus and explain more about our courses and programs, Guaranteed Transfer, financial aid, campus life, and more. Contact the Office Student Affairs today for an appointment!

1. Apply for Admission

Use the online application or contact Student Affairs. If you're a high school student, please contact your school's guidance counselor. 

View details on the application process.

2. Get Academic Advising

New freshmen receive advising during their SOAR (Student Orientatation, Advising & Registration) session. Other students will meet with an advisor, who will help with academic and career planning. Learn more about advising.

3. Accept Terms and Conditions

Prior to registering for classes, you’ll need to accept the Terms and Conditions (TAC). The online form is available on your Student Center page in PRISM. For details on payment procedures, visit the Business Office page. 

Please note: Starting March 24, 2014 the Fall 2014 Advanced Tuition Deposit (ATD) is no longer required at the UW Colleges campuses.

If you have already paid your $100 ATD for the Fall 2014 registration period the $100 is automatically be applied to your tuition.

4. Register for Classes

When it's time to sign up for classes, you'll use PRISM, an online registration system. Your advisor will help you. 

Questions?

Contact the Office of Student Affairs.

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