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Globe Students Transitioning to Broadview University:

Broadview University (BVU) is preparing for the teach-out of all Wisconsin and South Dakota Globe University students who were actively enrolled in fall quarter and want to continue their program. It is the school’s goal to ensure the smoothest transition for all continuing students by utilizing existing staff and faculty. Physical academic records will be maintained at the students’ current campus location and electronic files are accessible through Campus Connect.

Transfer Process

  1. Students must opt-in to transfer by meeting with campus staff and completing the Teach-Out Acknowledgement and Plan.
  2. Students using financial aid need to add the BVU School Code to your FAFSA (BVU School Code is 011166).

Schedules for Winter quarter are being finalized based on the numbers of continuing students at each location. Once student teach-out agreements are signed, staff will transfer academic records over to Broadview University. Students will continue to access their records through Campus Connect with their same login information.

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