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  • Books| UW Independent Learning
    online or traditional retail bookstores Purchasing your books through Follett will ensure that you get the right editions of the right books for your classes Buy Books through Follett When purchasing textbooks please be sure to verify the title edition author ISBN number etc that are listed for each required text in your class es and plan ahead to have your textbooks available by the start date of your course s Materials may also be purchased from Follett via phone fax or mail Follett 918 S Park Lane Suite 105 Tempe AZ 85281 5126 Phone 866 243 0077 Fax 480 829 9497 When ordering textbooks from Follett by phone identify yourself as a UW Extension student and specify your program of study Independent Learning along with the course number and title to identify your courses and texts New or Used Textbooks In most cases you have the option to purchase a new or used textbook When purchasing a used textbook please note that some textbooks require students to have a special code to access required supplemental materials These codes are often not available with used textbooks but they can be purchased separately If you purchase a used textbook refer to your course syllabus and then purchase the code if you need it You will need to purchase the code through the book s publisher What Is the Follett Return Policy Read about the Follett return policy here May I Purchase Texts from Other Vendors You are welcome to buy your books anywhere However it is your responsibility to obtain the correct book and appropriate edition for your class Be careful to use the exact ISBN numbers to ensure you have the correct edition of the text Allow enough time for delivery to ensure your books arrive by the start of

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  • Technical Suppport | UW Independent Learning
    724 7883 Email Technical Support Hours Monday Thursday 8 00 a m to 9 00 p m Friday 8 00 a m to 4 30 p m Sunday 1 00 p m to 9 00 p m Telephone Technical Support Hours Seven days per week 6 00 a m to 1 00 a m Note All times are U S Central time and do not include legal holidays When requesting

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  • Veterans | UW Independent Learning
    a variety of educational benefits offered through your military branch Federal Benefits Veterans Post 9 11 GI Bill or Montgomery GI Bill Veterans wishing to use education benefits under either the Post 9 11 GI Bill or the Montgomery GI Bill for an Independent Learning course must be concurrently registered at a degree granting institution Written permission from that institution indicating that the Independent Learning course will be applied toward degree requirements must be submitted to the Independent Learning veterans certifying official Only undergraduate credit Independent Learning courses are approved by the Department of Veterans Affairs Vocational Rehabilitation Veterans receiving benefits under the Vocational Rehabilitation program Chapter 31 may receive approval for Independent Learning courses For more information contact your Vocational Rehabilitation counselor who is assigned by your county VA office For more information about veterans educational benefits go online to http www gibill va gov or call 888 GIBill 1 442 4551 State Benefits Wisconsin educational benefits may be obtained by veterans who meet military service and state residency requirements set by the state legislature Some benefits for which veterans may be eligible include those specified in the Wisconsin GI Bill and the Veterans Education Grant VetEd This bill underwent a few significant changes effective January 2010 Please view the following Web site for more information on using this benefit with UW Independent Learning http gibill wisconsin edu Note If you are using the Wisconsin GI Bill benefit you are NOT eligible to use VetEd with the Independent Learning program For more information on either of these benefits call the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs toll free at 800 WIS VETS 947 8387 or visit the Web site at http dva state wi us Veterans living in other states should contact their state s Department of Veterans Affairs To

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  • Disabilities | UW Independent Learning
    might impact your studies We have academic accommodations to help you make the most of your Independent Learning experience Contact Student Services for assistance and information on qualifying disabilities Students who are planning to visit the Independent Learning Student Services office and have access issues please call us at 1 877 UW LEARN 895 3276 We will be happy to assist you You may ask your questions through online chat

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  • Course Delivery Method | UW Independent Learning
    Independent Learning courses in two ways online or print with an email option Choose the delivery method that works best for you and your schedule Online Many Independent Learning courses are offered online Get your assignments submit your work and request exams all online Print Email This option allows you to receive assignments and request exams for print courses via email You may ask your questions through online chat Monday

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  • College Credit & Transfer Credits | UW Independent Learning
    Exams Books Materials Policies Transcripts Instructors Resources College Credit and Transfer Credits Visit the Independent Learning catalog for courses in everything from mathematics business foreign languages English education biology sociology history and more we currently offer nearly one hundred different classes for 1 to 5 undergraduate credits If you are already a college student Independent Learning course credits may be applied toward an associate s or bachelor s degree but you should work with an adviser at your home campus to make sure the course will transfer Students attending a University of Wisconsin System institution can check the Transfer Information System for more information Qualified high school age students may take undergraduate courses for college credit Registration must be approved by our advising staff and students attending high school should discuss their plans with a high school counselor or principal prior to registration For questions contact us at il uwex edu or 1 877 UW LEARN 895 3276 See how the UW Transfer Informaton System can help you check how Independent Learning courses transfer to your UW campus You may ask your questions through online chat Monday through Friday 8 00 a m 4 30 p m U S Central

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  • Prerequisites | UW Independent Learning
    you must fulfill before you can register and take a specific Independent Learning course Some courses must be taken in sequence requiring you to complete one course before registering for the next For example you must successfully complete First Semester Italian before you can take Second Semester Italian You must meet all prerequisites before registering for Independent Learning courses If you have questions regarding prerequisites contact Student Services or consult

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  • Policies | UW Independent Learning
    or directory information This information will be routinely released to any inquirer unless you specifically request that all of the items on the following list be withheld Student name Address Email address Telephone number Date of birth Designation of school college year in school Enrollment status part full time Major field of study Participation in officially recognized activities and sports Height and weight of members of athletic teams Dates of attendance Degrees and dates of graduation including anticipated graduation dates Awards received including academic awards Previous institutions attended Non Directory Information Private Records Many categories of information are considered private or protected by the University of Wisconsin Independent Learning program For example information such as social security number campus identification number place of birth marital status or academic actions is restricted unless you grant permission to release Who Can Request Access Under FERPA prior written consent must be obtained before your educational record may be disclosed to a third party unless they are exempted from this provision If you need us to disclose information from your records to a third party please submit a consent to disclose form by email to il uwex edu fax to 608 262 4096 or mail to Student Services 5602 Research Park Blvd Suite 300 Madison WI 53719 You may also request this form from our office by calling 1 877 UW LEARN 1 877 895 3276 or by emailing il uwex edu Information will be released without your prior written consent to certain groups or individual Instances in which prior written consent is not required may include Requests in connection with an emergency if such information is necessary to protect the health or safety of you or another person Requests in accordance with a lawful subpoena or court order Requests for public records information see above if not restricted by you You May Choose to Restrict Information To request that items be restricted you must submit a written request by email to il uwex edu fax to 608 262 4096 or mail to Student Services 5602 Research Park Blvd Suite 300 Madison WI 53719 Finally students have the right to notify the U S Department of Education concerning an academic institution s failure to comply with FERPA regulations The name and address of the office that administers FERPA is Family Policy Compliance Office U S Department of Education 600 Independence Ave SW Washington DC 20202 5901 Notification of Rights Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act All institutions of higher education are required to notify our enrolled students at least annually of their rights under FERPA Back to top Concurrent Enrollment If you are currently enrolled as a full time student at any UW System institution other than UW Stout you may be eligible for enrollment in an Independent Learning course without paying additional tuition To enroll in an Independent Learning course without paying additional tuition Ask your adviser how to verify your eligibility for concurrent enrollment in a UW Independent Learning course

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