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Founded in 1868 as a teacher's college, the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater joined the University of Wisconsin system in 1971. The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater is comprised of two campuses, one in Whitewater and one in Rock County. UW-Whitewater offers 50 undergraduate majors , 119 minors, and 15 graduate majors. The university's academic programs are supported by a 20-to-1 student / faculty ratio, and fields in accounting, marketing, finance, and elementary education are among the most popular with undergraduates. While most students are from Wisconsin, the university is home to students from 45 states and 36 countries. Campus life is active with a wide range of student organizations, performances, and athletic events. The UW-Whitewater Warhawks compete in the NCAA Division III Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC). Considering applying to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater? Here are the admissions statistics you should know, including average SAT/ACT scores and GPAs of admitted students. Acceptance Rate During the 2017-18 admissions cycle, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater had an acceptance rate of 87%. This means that for every 100 students who applied, 87 students were accepted, making UW-Whitewater's admissions process less competitive. Admissions Statistics (2017-18) Number of Applicants 4,960 Percent Admitted 87% Percent Admitted Who Enrolled (Yield) 42% SAT and ACT Scores and Requirements University of Wisconsin-Whitewater requires that all applicants submit either SAT or ACT scores. The majority of students submit ACT scores and UW-Whitewater does not report statistics on the SAT. During the 2017-18 admissions cycle, 92% of admitted students submitted ACT scores. ACT Range (Admitted Students) Section 25th Percentile 75th Percentile English 18 24 Math 18 25 Composite 20 25 This admissions data tells us that most of University of Wisconsin-Whitewater's admitted students fall within the top 48% nationally on the ACT. The middle 50% of students admitted to UW-Whitewater received a composite ACT score between 20 and 25, while 25% scored above 25 and 25% scored below 20. Requirements UW-Whitewater does not require the SAT or ACT writing section. Note that UW-Whitewater does not superscore SAT or ACT results; your highest composite SAT or ACT score from a single test date will be considered. GPA In 2018, the average high school GPA of University of Wisconsin-Whitewater's incoming freshmen class was 3.29, and over 34% of incoming students had average GPAs of 3.5 and above. These results suggest that most successful applicants to UW-Whitewater have primarily B grades. Admissions Chances The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, which accepts more than three-quarters of applicants, has a less selective admissions process. If your SAT/ACT scores and GPA fall within the school's average ranges, you have a strong chance of being accepted. Keep in mind that UW-Whitewater has a holistic admissions process involving other factors beyond your grades and test scores. A strong application essay and participation in meaningful extracurricular activities can strengthen your application, as can a rigorous course schedule. The university looks for applicants with four units of English, three units of math, three units of social science, three units of natural science, and four units of academic electives including foreign language, art, music, computer science, or business. Students with particularly compelling stories or achievements can still receive serious consideration even if their grades and test scores are outside University of Wisconsin-Whitewater's average range. If You Like University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, You May Also Like These Schools Beloit CollegeMarquette UniversityLawrence UniversityUW-MadisonUniversity of IowaUniversity of WashingtonIllinois State UniversityNorthwestern UniversityMichigan State University All admissions data has been sourced from the National Center for Education Statistics and University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Undergraduate Admissions Office. How Competitive Is University of Wisconsin's Admissions Process? How Competitive Is Marshall University's Admissions Process? How Competitive Is University of Detroit Mercy's Admissions Process? How Competitive Is Southeast Missouri State University's Admissions Process? How Competitive Is University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's Admissions Process? 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