About the Catalog
A Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
The Undergraduate Catalog is available on the UW-Eau Claire website and is supplemented by the following official publications of the University.
The class schedule, course catalog, and information about fees, is available prior to each term on the Registrar's website and CampS.
The Your Right to Know publication, from the Student Affairs and Dean of Students Office contains additional information about campus life, activities, services, policies and regulations, safety, student rights, and the various offices through which they are administered.
The Graduate Catalog contains information about graduate programs including admission and degree requirements.
The provisions of this catalog do not constitute a contract between a student at UW-Eau Claire and the University. The sole purpose of the catalog is to provide regulations, course listings, degree programs, and fee schedules which are in effect at the time of publication. UW-Eau Claire reserves the right to change the regulations in this catalog at any time during the period for which it is in effect and to add, modify, or withdraw courses at any time. UW-Eau Claire, with the concurrence of the System Administration and the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System, also reserves the right to change fees and to add, modify, or withdraw degree programs at any time. Effective dates of changes will be determined by the proper University authorities and published through class schedules or other official publications of the University.
The University further reserves the right to ask the student to withdraw for cause at any time.
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire is committed to a policy of providing equal educational and employment opportunity for all persons in accordance with Board of Regents Policy and applicable law. Discrimination or harassment based on any protected category that has the purpose and effect of adversely affecting any aspect or condition of a person’s education, employment, housing, or participation in a university activity or program is prohibited.
As a part of its continuing commitment to eliminate discrimination and harassment, the university has established procedures for providing prompt and fair resolution of complaints. All complaints, questions, or requests for information should be referred to the Affirmative Action Office, Schofield 217, 715-836-2387, email@example.com.
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire makes available to the public, upon request, all consumer information required by Office of Education Rules and Regulations 178.1 through 178.8. Consumer information about the University includes, but is not necessarily limited to, the following: academic programs, educational costs, financial aid, academic progress requirements, student retention rates, career development, and employment data. Inquiries regarding this information may be made to the Student Affairs and Dean of Students Office, Schofield 240.
The University ensures students access to their official University records and maintains the confidentiality of personally identifiable information in accord with federal law. A Notice of Student Rights Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act is available in the Your Right to Know publication.