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APRIL 2019 NEWSLETTER

Admissions Decision

The Fall Application Deadline has passed (April 1, 2019). Any students still wishing to apply will be assessed a $40 late application fee. Students must confirm their intent to enroll by May 1, 2019.

Students can use the application tracker to see if/when materials are received and to review their admission status after the notification deadline. Students interested in applying to the University of Utah for Fall 2020 should be aware that the new priority application date for automatic scholarship consideration is November 1, 2019. We encourage students interested in applying this fall to take the national tests in September to ensure a complete application by November 1, 2019. 

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New Student Orientation

New Student Orientation (NSO) is an exciting time to meet with other new students, staff, and faculty who are all excited to welcome students to the university family. Students learn about general education experiences, graduation requirements, healthy relationships, and university traditions. NSO, for first time freshmen starting in Fall 2019, is an overnight program required for all new students. Registration opened January 28, 2019 at orientation.utah.edu. Sessions will fill up quickly so register soon (students must confirm their intent to enroll and pay their enrollment deposit at admissions.utah.edu/confirm/ before they can register for orientation)!

Save the Date

Confirm intent to enroll and pay your enrollment deposit by May 1, 2019.

Common App coming August 2019.

RMACAC Utah College Fair at Juan Diego Catholic High School September 7, 2019.

University of Utah Annual Counselor Conference September 19, 2019.

New priority application date November 1, 2019.

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ACT Test Prep

Improve your ACT score with Test Prep at the University of Utah. This course help students identify their strengths and weaknesses, become familiar with the test, and practice all question types found on the ACT. Students will understand how to build confidence and set reasonable goals for the test. On average, students increase their ACT score by 2-3 points. Register by clicking here.

University Scholarships

Admitted University of Utah students can apply for additional scholarship opportunities at scholarships.utah.edu. Students will need their university ID (uNID) and Campus Information Services (CIS) password to log in. Check back frequently for new scholarship opportunities.

Spring Group Campus Tours

To schedule a group campus tour for Spring 2019, please email Jessie Brown at jbrown@sa.utah.edu. In your email, please include the number of people in your group and the potential date(s) you would like to visit campus. 

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Last Updated: 4/3/19