WHITEWATER (WKOW) -- Admissions for UW-Whitewater freshmen will close April 1st.
The campus is closing admissions a month earlier than planned, due to an increase in applications.
"Interest in UW-Whitewater is really high," said Jeff Blahnik, director of admissions. "The number of new freshman applications is up more than five percent this year. Students and their families see UW-Whitewater as a high-quality and affordable place to earn a university degree."
Students interested in applying must have all application materials, including high school transcripts and ACT scores, postmarked by April 1.
The early closing date is only for new freshmen. Transfer student applications will be accepted until July 1.
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