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  • Courses with a section number beginning with A, B or M are restricted to accelerated program students or Grace Scholars.
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Enrollment Eligibility for Accelerated Courses (sections A01)

Term 5 courses are provided for accelerated program students who have been admitted to the university. Currently enrolled accelerated and evening program students are eligible to register online. (Summer Registration) beginning February 16. Other students require permission to register for accelerated courses starting February 21, 2014, on a space available basis. Students who require special permission should contact Professor Beth Vogel, (414) 258‐4810Ext.476, Room 333 Fidelis Hall prior to registration.

Summer 2016 Information and Course Schedule (.pdf, 807K)
Important registration information for current students, new students and special students including:
  • important dates
  • admission information
  • course selection and adding/dropping courses
  • tuition, fees, and financial aid
  • accelerated and graduate degree programs
Milwaukee Area Collegiate Language Consortium Registration Form (.pdf, 56K)
Students from the four colleges in the MACLC (Milwaukee Area Collegiate Language Consortium) may take courses in world languages not taught at their institution through an agreement among Alverno College (offering Mandarin Chinese), Carroll University (German), Mount Mary College (American Sign Language and Italian) or Wisconsin Lutheran College (Mandarin and German).  The student puts such a course on her/his schedule as if it were taught at the home campus (no transfer credit paperwork).  It counts in the student’s total credit load as if it were a course taught there (no extra tuition paid to the other college).  Students can find language course schedules on the websites of the four institutions.
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