What's Next

ApplyTo uvu




Complete Orientation


Meet Advisor


Registerfor Class




Apply To UVU

Filling out your application is the first and most important step.

Start Application 

Submit documents

Now that you have submitted your application, there are a few more things that we need from you to complete your admission to UVU.

High School Transcripts

To be considered official, high school transcripts need to be submitted in one of the following ways:

  • Emailed directly from the high school to admissions@uvu.edu
  • Faxed directly from the high school with a fax cover sheet to 801-863-8913 
  • Mailed directly from the high school to:
    UVU Office of Admissions, MS 106 
    800 W. University Parkway
    Orem, UT 84058-6703
  • Emailed using a secure transcript exchange company (e.g. Parchment) to admissions@uvu.edu

College Transcripts

College transcripts will be considered official if they have been issued within the last six months and are submitted in one of the following ways:

  • Emailed directly from the college/university to etranscriptr@uvu.edu using a secure transcript exchange company or certified PDF document.
  • Mailed directly from the college/university in a sealed envelope to:
    UVU Office of Admissions, MS 106 
    800 W. University Parkway
    Orem, UT 84058-6703

Test Scores

Certain test scores must be submitted to the Office of Admissions before the admission deadline. Math placement may be required prior to math course registration but is not required for admission to UVU. English placement scores are required for admission and can be submitted one of the following ways:

  • Official ACT/SAT scores (usually submitted on high school transcripts)
  • Accuplacer scores (Accuplacer can be taken at any location the test is offered, including UVU Testing Services)
  • Transferable college-level English credit

Placement testing may be required for students with expired test scores. English scores are considered expired after five years.

ACT/SAT scores will be required for scholarship purposes.

In some cases students will need to submit additional documents. Some of those might include:

  • Affidavit of Completion of Homeschool
  • HB 144 Non-Resident Tuition Exemption Request
  • International Affidavit of Support Form
  • Residency Documents


*Not all steps are required for every student type. For questions regarding admission steps call 801-863-8000.

Want to Attend UVU but not right now?

Deferred Admission 

Complete Orientation

Orientation is mandatory for all new students and will introduce you to the tools and resources you need to successfully navigate UVU's campus environment so that you can achieve your academic goals.


Meet Advisor

New and prospective students must meet with a counselor or advisor as one of the first steps in the process of beginning their education at UVU. Advisors can assist you from the beginning to the end of your educational process.

Find your Advisor 

Register For Class

Now that you have been admitted to UVU, attended orientation, and met with your academic advisor you can then log into myUVU and register for classes. You should become familiar with and utilize myUVU on a regular basis. If you need help learning how to register for classes, you can access registration instructions.

Visit myUVU 

Registration Instructions 

Pay Tuition & Financial Aid

Tuition and Fees*

After you have registered for your classes you’re ready to pay your tuition. There are multiple ways to pay and many resources to help.

Resident tuition


Books & Supplies




Non-Resident tuition


Books & Supplies




Pay Tuition 


UVU provides incoming students with more than 250 different scholarship options. These scholarships include academic, departmental, athletic, merit, and private. To be considered for the most scholarship opportunities, complete the scholarship application. With some scholarships, you may be required to provide an essay or present additional information.

Financial Aid & Scholarships