There is a basic distinction between a degree-seeking and a non-degree seeking student. Please review each type of applicant distinctions below and follow the steps for the application that is most applicable to you.
As you get started with an application, please note a Social Security Number (SSN) is not required for admission. However, by providing it you will help us to match your application materials. The Social Security Number is required if you are applying for federal financial aid (FAFSA). The University is committed to ensuring the privacy and confidentiality of student records and will not disclose your SSN without your consent for any purpose except as allowed by law.
Applicants who are currently in high school or have earned a high school diploma, or a General Education Development (GED) certificate, or a home-schooled program and never attended college. For more information about Freshman click HERE.
Applicants who are currently or have completed post-secondary coursework at a regionally accredited institution of higher education.
For more information about Transfer Students click HERE.
Applicants who are a neither citizen or permanent resident of the United States.
For more information about International Students click HERE.
Applicants who have completed a Bachelor degree at a regionally accredited institution.
For more information about Second Bachelor Students click HERE.
Applicants who are not seeking a degree and only wish to complete a few courses.
For more information about Undergraduate-at-Large click HERE.
|Spring 2017||Priority processing - November 15th |
|Summer 2017||Priority processing - May 1st|
| Fall 2017|
Freshman student applications will be accepted through - August 1st
Transfer student applications will be accepted through - August 1st
Priority processing for Merit Scholarship consideration - May 15th
The Freshman student registration deadline is - August 12th
The Transfer student registration deadline is - August 12th
|Spring 2018||Priority processing - November 15th|