Applying to UVU Wasatch Campus

Step 1

APPLY TO UVU:

Complete the online application at www.uvu.edu/admissions/ and pay the application fee. The admissions deadline for fall semester is August 1 and for spring is December 1. A late fee may be charged if applications are received after these deadlines. After 48 hours, you will need to access your UVU student e-mail account by going to www.uvu.edu and clicking on UVLink. This e-mail account is where ALL OFFICIAL UVU communications will be sent. Be sure to check often for news and notices. You may wish to forward your UVU e-mail to your own personal e-mail account.


 

Step 2

FINANCIAL AID and SCHOLARSHIPS:

Begin applying for scholarships and the FAFSA . You can access scholarship, grant, loan, and work study information at the UVU financial aid web-site. www.uvu.edu/financialaid/

FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS - Complete the Federal Financial Aid Applicaiton (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The scholarship priority deadline is February 1. The financial aid first priority deadline is May 1. Questions may be answered at www.uvu.edu/financialaid/ or call (801) 863-8442.


 

Step 3

SUBMIT ACT OR SAT SCORES; HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT; COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS:

Test scores are required for all students under age 20 by the admissions deadline unless you have completed 24 or more college credits. All students can attend UVU regardless of test scores. The New Student Assessment test is required if:

  • a. ACT scores in English, reading and/or math are less than 19 or SAT scores are less than 500 in verbal and/or math. (English scores must be less than three years old and Math must be less than two years old.)
  • b. College credit equivalent (AP, CLEP, Transfer) to UVU's ENGL 1010 and/or MAT 1010 is not posted to your UVU transcript. Send official high school or college transcripts to UVU, 800 W. University Parkway MS 106, Orem, UT 84058.

The UVU New Student Assessment is available for a $10 charge at the Wasatch Campus. The complete assessment takes approximately two hours. The testing center is located in the library. Retakes cost $10 for Math and $20 for English. You may take the test up to three times during a six-week period, if needed for a retake. The Wasatch Campus Testing Center is open Monday through Thursday from 8am to 8pm and Fridays from 8am to 5pm. Please remember that the last test goes out 2 hours before closing.

Resources to Help you Prepare for the ACCUPLACER
Math Study Helps: www.uvu.edu/mathlab/ We also have a Math Tutoring Center at the Wasatch Campus.
Reading and Writing Study Helps: www.uvu.edu/owl/


 

Step 4

MEET WITH YOUR ACADEMIC ADVISOR:

After completing the above steps, you will meet with an advisor to get personalized help and be cleared for registration. Please stop by the advisement office for an appointment (801) 863-6601 or (435) 654-6482.

You can set up appointments directly with our advisors here.


 

Step 5

REGISTER FOR CLASSES AND PAY TUITION:

For ease and convenience, register and pay for classes using UVLink. For questions, visit with Mike or Tom.

TEXTBOOKS - Purchase textbooks online through UVLink "Book Match" or visit the Wasatch Campus Bookstore and talk with Katie Young. Wasatch Campus bookstore hours are TBD. Contact Katie Young for any questions.


 

CONTACT INFORMATION

STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER (ADVISING, COUNSELING, TESTING AND LIBRARY):
Tom Melville - (801) 863-6648 thomas.melville@uvu.edu
Mike Walker - (801) 863-6608 mwalker@uvu.edu
Main line - (801) 863-6601 or (435) 654-6482.

ONE STOP:
Financial Aid, Admissions, Records and Registration
Mike Walker - WC 209a - (801) 863-6608 mwalker@uvu.edu

BOOKSTORE & STUDENT LIFE:
Bookstore, Student Life, IDs
Katie Young - WC 131- (801) 863-6618 or youngka@uvu.edu