The purpose of the transfer agreement (1+3 Consortium Agreement) is to provide a seamless transfer process for Gateway Technical College students who desire to continue their education at UW-Parkside.
By completing all of the 1+3 Consortium Agreement requirements (outlined below), participating students will be admitted to Gateway’s General Studies Transfer Certificate and will be conditionally admitted to UW-Parkside. Students must complete of the General Studies Transfer Certificate with a 2.0 cumulative GPA prior to being fully admitted to UW-Parkside. It is the student’s responsibility to demonstrate fulfillment of formal requirements for full admission to UW-Parkside.
All * items submitted to Gateway Technical College
- Complete Gateway Application for Admission (program code 90-800-2Z)*
- Take the COMPASS Placement Test (test fee is $15) or submit ACT/SAT test scores*
- Submit an official high school or GED/HSED transcript, verifying receipt of credential*
- Submit official transcripts from all previously attended colleges/universities*
- Post-secondary 2.0 cumulative GPA or Advisor Consent
- Submit Gateway & UW-Parkside 1+3 Consortium Agreement Form*
- Submit Gateway & UW-Parkside 1+3 Statement of Educational Intent Form*
- Apply for Financial Aid by completing the FAFSA (use UW-Parkside School Code – 005015)
- Complete and submit to UW-Parkside the UW-Parkside Advance Approval for Proposed Transfer Credits Form
- Meet with a Gateway Academic Advisor to develop an academic plan
|Gateway Technical College Courses||UW-Parkside Equivalents|
|Courses Fulfilling Degree Requirements|
|I. Composition (3 credits)*|
|English Composition I (801-136)||3||ENGLS 101 Composition and Reading|
|II. Mathematics (3-5 credits)*|
|College Technical Math 1A (804-113)
College Technical Math (804-115)
|MATH 111 College Algebra I
MATH 112 College Algebra II
|Ill. Natural Science (8-12- Credits) NOTE: 12 credits required for graduation at UW-Parkside|
|General Biology (806-114)||4||BIOS 100 Nature of Life|
|General Chemistry (806-134)||4||CHEM 100 The World of Chemistry|
|General Physics (806-154)||4||PHYS 105 College Physics I|
|IV. Humanities (6-9 Credits) NOTE: 12 credits required for graduation at UW-Parkside|
|Introduction to Ethics (809-166)||3||PHIL 206 Intro to Ethics|
|Speech (801-198)||3||SPCH 105 Public Speaking|
|Art History (304-118)||3||1HUA General Education Requirement|
|V .Social Science (6-12 Credits) (NOTE: 12 credits required for graduation at UW-Parkside)|
|Intro to Diversity Studies (809-172)||3||Ethnic Studies Elective, satisfies diversity requirement|
|Introduction to Psychology (809-198)||3||PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychological Science|
|Introduction to Sociology (809-196)||3||SOCA Intro to Sociology|
|Microeconomics (809-143)||3||ECON 120 Principles of Microeconomics|
|Macroeconomics (809-144)||3||ECON 121 Principles of Macroeconomics|
|Economics (809-195)||3||ECON 101 The American Economy|
|Intro to Criminal Justice System (504-121)||3||CRMJ 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice|
|Marriage and Family (809-128)||3||SOCA 207 Marriage and Family|
|VI. Foreign Language|
|Spanish I (802-111) & Spanish II (802-112)||6||SPAN 103 Intro to Spanish|
|Total Credits Required: 30||Total Credits Accepted: 30|
*Students who place into developmental English, Reading and Math courses must complete additional courses at Gateway to satisfy the agreement. Developmental courses taken to aid in completing this certificate are financial aid eligible, but the credits do not fulfill graduation requirements. Students must maintain a cumulative 2.0 GPA to maintain participation in the program.
The Gateway and UW-P 1+3 Consortium Agreement is valid while the student is active in the Gateway certificate program. The Gateway and UW-P 1+3 Consortium Agreement allows students to receive financial aid from UW-P for their Gateway portion of the 1+3 program.
In certain circumstances federal regulations allow a degree-seeking student to receive Federal Student Financial Aid from the home institution* while studying at a ‘visiting’ institution; this is referred to as a consortium agreement.
In this case, UW-P is the ‘home institution’, since the degree will be earned at UW-P and Gateway is the ‘visiting institution.’
It is illegal to receive financial aid from more than one institution for the same period of attendance.
To be considered for the 1+3 consortium agreement, the student must complete the following:
- Consortium agreement. Student should complete the 1+3 Consortium Agreement Form and forward to Gateway’s Admissions office.
- Advance Approval of Proposed Transfer Credits form. Transfer credits must apply to the student’s UW-P degree. Student should complete the Advance Approval of Proposed Credits form and forward to UW-Parkside, Office of Admissions-New Student Services.
What happens after my consortium documents are received?
- Once the consortium documents have been received the UW-P Office of Admissions-New Student Services will conditionally admit you to UW-P and, if you are a financial aid student, the UW-P Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid will be able to complete your financial aid award.
- Your financial aid refund will be disbursed once Gateway sends UW-P verification of enrollment. Enrollment verification will happen after Gateway’s Census Date, which is the 10th calendar day of the semester. You must be registered and attending classes prior to Gateway’s census date to be considered eligible for financial aid. Census date information can be found at www.gtc.edu/student-services/financial-aid/census-date
- Your financial aid refund will go on your Ranger Choice Card. Your Ranger Choice card will need to be activated in order for you to receive the refund. For instructions on how to activate your Ranger Choice card visit: www.uwp.edu/departments/student.center/rangercard/activate.cfm If you wish to have your refund forwarded to another bank account, you may do so online once you activate your card.
- UW-P does not pay any tuition and/or fees to Gateway. All Gateway charges are your responsibility. You can pay Gateway via WebAdvisor or at any Student Services Center. Students with debts will be unable to access future services including transcripts or future enrollment.
- UW-P’s Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid will frequently verify with Gateway your current credit hours. If there is any change in your enrollment, your financial aid might be adjusted to reflect the change and you might owe aid back to UW-P.