Undergraduate

First-Time Students

If you have never attended a college or university before or it is your first time attending after high school concurrent enrollment.

Required Items

  • $35 application fee
  • High School Transcripts

Recommended Items

  • ACT/SAT (required for merit based scholarship purposes only)
  • Drivers License or State ID
  • Social Security Number (if applicable)
  • English Placement Score (after being admitted)

Returning Students

You have attended UVU previously but it has been longer than 7 semesters since you last took a class at UVU.

Required Items

  • $15 application fee
  • College Transcripts (if completed courses at another college or university since you last attended UVU an official transcript from each institution attended is required before acceptance back into UVU)

Recommended Items

  • Drivers License or State ID
  • Social Security Number (if applicable)

Students who have previously been admitted to UVU as a Concurrent Enrollment student, AND are currently in high school or have graduated within the last year, have automatically been readmitted as a Freshman and do not need to submit an application. Check your myUVU email for more info.

Transfer Students

If you have attended another college or university prior to applying to UVU.

Required Items

  • $35 application fee
  • College Transcripts- an official transcript from each institution attended is required before acceptance into UVU.

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Recommended Items

  • Drivers License or State ID
  • Social Security Number (if applicable)
  • English Placement Score (after being admitted)

Application Deadlines

Aug 1

Fall Semester

Dec 1

Spring Semester



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Aug 15

Late Deadline For Fall

 

During the late application window, students will be required to pay a $40 late fee in addition to the regular application fee.
The Office of Admissions will continue to receive and process documentation for admission purposes until 1 week before a semester begins.

Scholarship Deadlines

Mar. 1

First-time Students

Mar. 1

Transfer Student

Age Exception Policy

Students who wish to be considered for admission must have graduated from high school; and/or received an equivalent of a high school diploma; and/or are beyond compulsory high school age. New freshmen under the age of 17 and who have not graduated high school seeking admission must apply for exception through the Admissions Office. The student must submit all required documents for admission and demonstrate through assessment testing the ability to succeed. After meeting with the student and at least one parent or guardian in person, the Director or Associate Director of Admissions will make the final determination for admittance. Students are required to be in the non-degree seeking status High School Concurrent Enrollment (HSCE) until they graduate from high school, receive a GED or are beyond compulsory high school age. Students are required to take ACT/ACT-R or SAT testing and at a minimum must qualify to enter English and Math at a college level (1010 or above.) Students that do not meet testing minimums, are under the age of 15, or are otherwise found to not be college ready will not be granted an exception to policy.