Part of the Center for the First-Year Experience, the Transfer Transition Program was created in 2010 to support and improve the experience of transfer students at UW–Madison. We want every transfer student to have access to the resources they need for personal and academic success, to feel a sense of belonging, and to create their own unique Wisconsin Experience. We work towards this goal by shaping a campus environment that encourages and supports positive academic and social engagement. Whether you are preparing to transfer or have already enrolled at UW–Madison, the Transfer Transition Program can assist you in making the transition to becoming a UW student.
We are located at 155 William S Middleton Building, in the Center for the First-Year Experience office. You can reach us by phone at 608-890-4690, or via email at email@example.com
View of Middleton Building from Linden Drive
Transfer Engagement Center
The Transfer Engagement Center also known as the TEC (pronounced: “tech”) is a dedicated space to transfer students at UW-Madison. If you have a question or need help but don’t know where to go, we’re the place for you. Stop in and we will help you get wherever you need to go or come and meet other transfers, study, or take a moment to rest.
- Always have coffee, tea, snacks, and GoPrint Stations
- Greater University Tutoring Services (GUTS) will be in our space everyday to support a variety of courses (more details to come).
- Monthly lunches for specific communities such as Returning Adult Student Lunches
- Home to many events and our BadgerCETE Leadership Program
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Student Professional Opportunities
Every year the Transfer Transition Program hires a number of students to help us offer great programming and services to our incoming transfer students. We’re looking for a diverse group of transfer students from a variety of institutions who are enthusiastic, creative, and eager to help new students. Keep an eye on the student job board and in our newsletter for hiring updates.
TTP Undergraduate Interns
Applications for the Transfer Transition Program Intern typically open in early-October, and the interview process concludes in mid-November. Interns start in January and work through three semesters until May of the following year. Interns average about 15 hours a week during the summer and Fall & Spring semesters.
TTP Transfer Student Coordinators
The application period for Transfer Student Coordinators is typically late-November through late-January, and the interview process concludes in late-February. Coordinators start in August and work through the academic year. Coordinators average about 12 hours a week during the Fall & Spring semesters, and must be able to work some weekends & evenings.