Students who completed their applications by the February 1 priority date will receive their admission decisions March 1.
Visit http://admissions.utah.edu/admitted/ to see other important dates and the next steps for admitted students.
We encourage students who are still in the application process to submit their completed application by April 1 to avoid a late fee and be notified of their admission decision as soon as possible.
Students can check the status of their application here.
Special Admitted Student Receptions
The University of Utah is coming to you! Representatives from the U will be traveling to the following locations to visit with admitted students. Click on the area for event details.
These exciting events focus on helping admitted students learn how to successfully transition to life and study at the University of Utah.
Representatives from the Office of Admissions, Housing and Residential Education and the University Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid will be available to answer questions on topics like enrolling and registering for classes, applying for financial aid and scholarships, housing options and more!
Admitted students in these areas will have received email communications with event registration instructions.
Please contact your assigned Admission Counselor for any questions.
Special Junior Bringing the U to You Events
The University of Utah is coming to you! Representatives from the U will be traveling to the following locations to visit with HS juniors. Click on the area for event details.
These fun and casual events offers students a unique preview into life at the University of Utah and a personalized look into what makes the U a Pac-12 academic powerhouse and premier research institution in the state.
Representatives from the Office of Admissions, Housing and Residential Education and the University Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid will be available to answer questions on topics like the admission process, financing a University of Utah education, housing options and more!
Students in these areas will have received email communications with event registration instructions.
Please contact your assigned Admission Counselor for any questions.
We are proud to offer a number of housing options to meet a variety of student needs. The on-campus housing application for the Fall 2018 semester opened February 10, 2018.
Due to high demand, we encourage students who are interested in living on-campus to submit their application as soon as possible.
Our high school visits for Utah Higher Ed Days continue in February. These visits, formerly known as Post High School Tours, are a chance for your students to learn more about what makes the University of Utah great, the application process and deadlines, majors that interest them, and more.
Click here for the full University of Utah Office of Admissions UHED schedule.
Red White & U is a special event for admitted students that offers the opportunity to live the life of a Utah student for the day. This interactive program allows students and their parents to customize their campus experience and choose among a variety of sessions to connect with academic colleges and learn more about student success resources and student life at the University of Utah.
Changes to the event have been made to help students and their parents better connect with important campus resources in a fun and exciting environment.
Registration is now open.
Newly accepted freshman undergraduate students who wish to defer their start date to a later semester may apply for an admission deferment. Requests to defer an offer of admission will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and may be granted for reasons including illness, military service, and humanitarian or religious service.
The deadline for admission to the Summer 2018 semester of High School University Program is coming up on March 1. High School University is a unique opportunity for high-achieving students to take University of Utah classes for full credit at a reduced tuition price. For more information, please contact Madalena McNeil, Admissions Counselor and HSUP Program Coordinator, at email@example.com or visit the HSUP website.
Financial Aid Decisions In Mail
Admitted freshman students will receive their financial aid package notification via mail and through their Campus Information Services (CIS) account in early March. The financial aid package will show students their estimated awards and cost of attendance. If students have questions about their financial aid awards should contact the University Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.
Students that met the February 1 Admissions date will be considered for merit scholarships. Merit scholarship offers will be mailed out by February 23.
This conference is a great opportunity for high school students to connect with other students along the Wasatch Front and learn more about college admissions, scholarships, financial aid, community engagement, and cultural identity.
Interested student must register online.
Design and invention are daily activities for engineers in industry as well as faculty and students in the College of Engineering at the University of Utah. At this event, high school students and their parents will have the opportunity to learn from current students and professionals involved in the design process and how they turn their ideas into reality.
Interested students must register online through the College of Engineering website.
Admitted students are now able to confirm their intent to enroll and accept or deny any currently offered scholarships at the same time. Admitted domestic undergraduate students for Fall 2018 must confirm their intent to enroll and pay the $300 enrollment deposit by May 1, 2018. The enrollment deposit will be applied towards their first semester's tuition. Both items must be done before students can register for New Student Orientation or enroll in classes.
Financing a University of Utah Education
We encourage students to fill out their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.gov as soon as possible to be considered for financial aid, including need-based scholarships, grants and work-study.
Admitted University of Utah students can also apply for some campus scholarships not automatically included in the admissions process through the AcademicWorks application system. Students will log into the system with their university id (UNID) and password, which can be found in the admissions letter.
Honors Choice days are designed for accepted incoming Honors students andincludes time with a student’s Honors Academic Advisor, a chance to meet with other accepted Honors students, tours of the Honors residence.
Spring is a great time for students to visit campus! We invite your students and their families to join us for a campus tour, offered Monday through Friday and on select Saturdays.
Honors Tour Days are led by Honors student ambassadors and Housing student ambassadors. Visitors will learn more about the Honors College — overview, benefits, experience, important dates, etc. — and tour the facilities, including the Marriott Honors Community residences.