Chemistry Boot Camp Course FAQs

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Winterim & Summer 2018 Organic Chemistry Laboratory Boot Camp (CHE 352) 2 Credits

  • Tuesday, January 8, 2019 - Friday, January 18, 2019 (10 full days including Saturday, January 12, 2019; No class on Sunday, January 13, 2019)
  • Wisconsin Resident: $795
  • Non-Resident: $995

Tuition does not include books, course materials, segregated fees, housing, meals or transportation.

Winterim Tuition is due December 15, 2017. Payments must be received by the end of the day December 15 to save your spot in the class. If you are registered and can no longer attend, you please follow the drop policy in order to avoid being charged. If you do not follow the drop policy you will be charged for the class whether you attend or not. There are no refunds after December 15, 2017.


Summer Tuition is due May 1, 2018. If you are registered and can no longer attend, you please follow the drop policy in order to avoid being charged. If you do not follow the drop policy you will be charged for the class whether you attend or not. There are no refunds after May 1, 2018.

It is highly recommended that students complete both Organic Chemistry I & II lecture courses before taking Organic Chemistry Boot Camp lab course.

Check with your Continuing Education Representative at the campus you’re placed at to determine needed books and supplies.

If you have further questions, contact Rebecca Bauer.

The credits will count at your institution. UW-Colleges Organic Chemistry Boot Camp counts at CHE 344 at UW-Madison. After completing the course you will, however, have two transcripts: one from your main university and one from UW Colleges. If you apply to another school, please remember you have two transcripts to provide.

Credits earned for this class will count at your four-year UW institution, but they will not show on your transcript there. Request transcripts online or call Credentials Solutions Customer Service at 847-716-3005 once the class has been completed. You will need to have a transcript from both your four-year institution and UW Colleges.

 

Still have questions? Contact Rebecca Bauer.