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Undergraduate Admission Requirements
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Students who have not previously enrolled in a regionally accredited college or university, or who have only enrolled in college courses prior to high school graduation.
Students who have graduated from high school or earned a GED, and have previously attended a regionally accredited college or university, but have not yet completed a bachelor’s degree.
Students who have citizenship outside the United States.
Students who have previously been enrolled in courses at the University of Utah, but have not yet completed a bachelor’s degree and whose enrollment has been discontinued.
Students who have completed a bachelor’s degree from any regionally accredited college or university, including the University of Utah.
Students who have graduated from high school or earned a GED seven or more years prior to the term of admission, who have not previously enrolled in a regionally accredited college or university.
Eligible students may attend after completing the 11th grade.
Utah high school sophomores through seniors take college-level course work.
Students who wish to enroll in courses, but do not plan to complete a degree at the University of Utah. These students are not eligible for financial aid or scholarships.
Please note that the application is only valid for the semester in which you apply. If you do not attend classes for the term in which you applied, you must submit another admissions application and fee to be considered for a subsequent semester.
Making false or misleading statements on the application or failing to list all institutions attended may result in cancellation of admission status and/or loss of credit.
Admission requirements, deadlines, and fees are subject to change without prior notice.
All documents submitted to the University of Utah become its property and will not be released to students or other institutions. Admission applications and transcripts are destroyed after one year for students who do not attend.