Admissions Steps for US citizen or permanent residents
Download and fill out the Application for Undergraduate Admission completely. If this is your first application for admission, include a nonrefundable $35 application fee.http://www.uvu.edu/admissions/pdf/Application.pdf
Send official transcripts or records of all previous college and high school work or, if applicable, GED or other certification of high school completion.
Take the ESL Compass Test. If you receive a score of 91 or better, you have tested out of ESL classes. Please see your academic advisor. If your score was 90 or below, you need to take an Oral Proficiency exam and a Writing Proficiency test for appropriate level placement. Please contact the ESL academic advisor for more information. (See step 4.)
Meet the ESL academic advisor:
Office: LA 234a
If you are a naturalized citizen or permanent resident, you must submit a paper application and citizenship proof or copy of Resident Alien Card. Download the naturalized citizen or permanent resident paper application (pdf) that can be completed and mailed to our office.
Please note: ACT or SAT scores are required before you are eligible for registration.
Acceptance and resident status will be determined by the Admissions Office. A declaration of major is accomplished through the Application for Admission. Students desiring to change their majors after acceptance to the College are required to meet with an Academic Advisor.
Other Important Information
and a 5 percent discount at UVU Food Services.
Parking Permits: Permits can be obtained by visiting One Stop or Parking Services at 939 South 400 West (east of UVU). Call (801) 863-8188 for more information. A current vehicle registration is required.
Housing: Information is available by calling the housing hotline at 801-863-8659 or go to www.uvu.edu/housing.
Phone Numbers to Know
Career & Academic Counseling 801-863-8425
ESL Department 801-863-8729