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Admission Requirements in Wisconsin Vary: What are the Key High School Courses Colleges Look for at Admission?

High school students in Wisconsin have a better idea of their future today than they ever have in the past. Planning for college takes place as early as elementary school, but just because you know the career you’re pursuing at 16 doesn’t mean you know the top high school classes needed for college admission. Years separate you from today and the application deadline when you’re entering a University. If you’re switching to an online high school, being aware of what colleges look for will help keep you on track for a smooth transition between graduation and your post-secondary education. Think ahead when you enroll at eAchieve Academy!

List of Wisconsin Colleges and Universities

List of United States Colleges

Colleges in the State of Wisconsin: What Requirements Must Your High School Courses Meet? 

Studying far from home doesn't mean having to uproot from Wisconsin to attend college in the east, south, or west. You may only be planning on moving from Milwaukee to Madison, Waukesha to Green Bay, or Fond du Lac to Manitowoc, but without knowing your future college's admission requirements, you may be setting yourself up for failure. Find the colleges you're deciding between in our list below to see what requirements their admissions offices set for applicants. If you need any additional information or help finding exact high school classes needed for college in Wisconsin, contact our online school today!

University of Wisconsin System

Public & Private in the State


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Private, Public, & Community College Admission Requirements in the USA

eAchieve Academy students are all at different points in their education. While some of our students have a semester left until they're done with high school, others have years of time to prepare for the college of their dreams. Wisconsin universities have impressive reputations, but even with some of the best colleges in the country, not all of our online high school students want to stay in the state. If you're goal is to move far away and keep college affordable with an out of state community college or you're ambitiously chasing an Ivy League school like Harvard across the country, tomorrow is not the day to start planning! Check out our map below of the best colleges in the U.S. by state to see what high school classes you should be enrolling in to be fully prepared for admissions.

Colleges & Universities in the U.S. List

Rhode Island
Brown University
New Hampshire
Dartmouth College
North Carolina
Duke University
Massachusetts
Harvard University
Connecticut
Yale University

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Located on a beautiful hilltop campus along the Kokosing River in Gambier, Ohio, Kenyon College is a highly regarded private liberal arts college. Undergraduate enrollment hovers around 1,700, and the school boasts such illustrious alumni as Paul Newman, comedian Jonathan Winters, as well as a President and other luminaries in government and the sc...

 

Ranked #11 in national universities, Northwestern is a highly respected private research university in the Chicago suburb of Evanston. The school offers more than 100 majors and minors and is well known for its pre-professional schools, including the highly-regarded Medill School of Journalism. The school’s average freshman retention rate of ...

 

Founded in 1898, DePaul University is a private Catholic university in Chicago. The school has five campuses in and around downtown Chicago and is home to just under 13,000 undergraduate students. Ranked 119 in National Universities by US News and World Reports’ 2019 “Best Colleges,” DePaul is a respected school with moderately se...

 

Iowa State University of Science and Technology, known as Iowa State, is the largest university in Iowa. Founded in 1858, the school today consists of eight colleges offering over 100 bachelor’s degree programs, 112 master’s degree programs and 83 Ph.D. level programs, as well as a Veterinary Medicine school.  There are just over 3...

 

Founded in 1859, “Valpo” is a private Lutheran institution with just over 3,000 undergraduate students. Located in northwest Indiana, about an hour east of Chicago, the school was ranked 5th in the “Regional Universities Midwest” category of U.S. News and World Reports’ 2019 edition of “Best Colleges.” The...

 

Founded in 1870 as St. Ignatius College, Loyola University is one of the largest Jesuit universities in the country. Loyola is a private, nonprofit research university with six campuses in and around Chicago (including the main campus right on the lakefront). There are students of all faiths and backgrounds, and the successes of their alumni is tes...

 

Established in 1857, Illinois State University is the oldest public university in Illinois. It was founded as a teacher’s college, and has a reputation for producing some of the best teachers in the country. Besides programs for aspiring teachers, the school has over 40 degree programs at the undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels. ...

 

Macalester is a small, private liberal arts college in St. Paul Minnesota with a little over 2,000 undergraduate students. The school has a robust academic program and prides itself on academic excellence. They look for students who show promise to benefit from and contribute to the intellectual life of the college. With an admissions rate of 41%, ...

 

Founded in 1874 by Norwegian Lutheran immigrants, St. Olaf is a highly rated liberal arts college located in Northfield, Minnesota, about 45 minutes from the Twin Cities. With an enrollment of just over 3,000 undergraduate students, it is a fairly small school. St. Olaf offers majors in the fine arts, humanities, natural sciences and mathematics,...

 

Located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is a world-renowned private research university. Founded in 1861 to accelerate America’s industrial revolution,  the university is committed to making a better world through education, research and innovation. If your goal is to join MIT students and al...

 

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