The UW–Madison Transfer Contract guarantees entry upon meeting the following requirements.
General High School requirements:
Algebra (one year of high school or equivalent)
Plane geometry (one year of high school level, college track or equivalent)
College preparatory math (one year of high school or one college-level course)
Single foreign language (two high school years or two college semesters). The foreign language requirement is satisfied via proficiency in cases where one’s high school/ secondary school language of instruction was not English.
Total UW–Fox Valley College Credits: 54 college-level academic (not developmental) credits at a UW–Fox Valley within three academic years of initial enrollment.
Transfer Program Courses required for most of UW-Madison's degree programs:
Communication Part A, Literacy Proficiency (3 credits)
Quantitative Reasoning Part A (3 credits, or 3 credits of Calculus)
Quantitative Reasoning Part B (3 credits)
Literature, at least one course (3 credits)
Humanities, at least one course (3 credits)
Social Studies, at least one course (3 credits)
Physical Science, at least one course (3 credits)
Biological Science, at least one course (3 credits)