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University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan

Get ahead on your degree this summer
Summer 2011 registration now open at UW-Sheboygan


Summer may seem so far away right now, but now is the time to start thinking about what you will do this summer.

Sunshine, swimming and vacations may all be possibilities, but how about getting closer to that college degree you’ve always wanted?

Registration for Summer 2011 courses at the University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan is now underway. First session classes begin May 26, so early registration is advised for the best class selection.

A variety of sessions will be offered this summer, including a three sessions: May 26-June 16, June 17-July 29 and June 17-August 5. Classes to be offered cut across a wide variety of disciplines and will meet many degree program requirements, including classes in Religion, Geography, Zoology, Art, Astronomy, Communication, English, History, Math and Business.


First session classes begin May 26, while other sessions begin June 17, with the last ending August 5, allowing students to complete classes well before the end of the summer.


UW-Sheboygan has the lowest tuition rate within the UW System making it an ideal place to fulfill a requirement at any UW System campus or even a private college or university. No Advance Tuition Deposit (ATD) is required to register for classes.

In addition to saving money, students at UW-Sheboygan will enjoy smaller class sizes and, therefore, more personalized attention from the campus’ skilled faculty. Students also find the summer an opportune time to take classes that they find challenging, since most students focus on only one or two subjects during each session.

New students planning to start for the first time at UW-Sheboygan for the Fall 2011 semester are also encouraged to consider getting a jumpstart on their coursework by registering for a summer course. If you have already been admitted to UW-Sheboygan for the fall, be sure to contact Student Services at (920) 459-6633 to have your application updated.

Prospective students who have not yet applied can still be admitted and start on their coursework this summer once they have submitted a UW application (, required transcripts and ACT scores and paid all fees.

To learn more about UW-Sheboygan, visit the campus website at There, one can find a link to the online application and valuable information about our community’s very own University of Wisconsin campus.

To schedule a campus tour or personal advising session with a Student Services advisor, please call (920) 459-6633 or email

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