Cross-campus students are students who are currently enrolled in another school or college at UW-Madison who wish to transfer into the College of Engineering.
Students must meet a set of minimum requirements to be considered for admission to a degree program in the College of Engineering. Admission is competitive and dependent on program capacity. The admissions committee considers applicants’ grades and grade trends, academic rigor, and personal statement. Meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to an engineering degree program.
Students can email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions and may also seek advising through the Cross-College Advising Service (CCAS).
The College of Engineering currently has two application periods – one for fall semester and one for spring semester. If you have satisfied all of the requirements, you can apply by submitting the Application to Transfer into a Degree-granting Engineering Program (TIED).