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As an applicant to the University of Utah Asia Campus, you will go through the same rigorous application and admissions process as students applying to our Salt Lake City campus. You must submit the same documentation and meet the same standards to be offered admission.

Our admissions decisions are released on a rolling basis—the earlier you apply, the earlier you will hear back from us, and the more competitive you may be for both admission and scholarships.

Students who submit their online application prior to the Priority Application Deadline are given priority scholarship consideration.

Be sure to review the deadlines carefully, and as you move through the admissions process, please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have.

If you have attended another university, you will be considered a transfer applicant. Learn more about the transfer application process.

You can apply online by submitting our online application. (Please note that Internet Explorer can cause compatibility issues. We recommend using Chrome, Firefox, or Safari to complete your application.)

The non-refundable application fee is $65.  Please do not send cash.

Transcripts (mark sheets, school records, grades) for secondary school (9-12). Official English translations must be provided if the transcripts are only in the native language.

 

Unofficial transcripts are acceptable to complete the admissions application and can be scanned or e-mailed directly to asiacampus@utah.edu or iao@utah.edu.

Please note that before starting classes at the University of Utah, students must submit an official copy of their secondary school transcript and proof of graduation directly to the Office of Admissions

Official printed transcripts can be mailed in a sealed envelope to:

             The University of Utah

             International Admissions

             201 South 1460 East, Room 250s

             Salt Lake City, UT 84112 USA

 

* All official documents must be mailed directly to our Salt Lake City Campus and you do not need to mail another copy to the Asia Campus.

* Please do not send official international transcripts via email or fax as they will not be accepted as official.

If your school uses the following electronic transcript services they will be considered official:

             - Credentials Solutions

             - Parchment/Naviance

             - National Student Clearing House

             - eScrip-Safe

             - Scoir

* When requesting your transcripts using any of these services please use this email     admisstranscripts@utah.edu.

If you have taken the GED exam in place of a high school diploma, please have your official GED scores sent directly from the GED website.

 

English Proficiency Score: If you are not a citizen of approved English-speaking countries (Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom, USA), you will be required to submit one of the following English Proficiency Test Scores:

 

iBT/TOEFL: 80 or above

IELTS: 6.5 or above

TOEIC: 695 or above

ACT: English score of 18 or higher

SAT: Reading Test 27 or higher

 

Scores must be less than two years old at the time of admission and should be sent to the University of Utah via the official testing agency. English proficiency waivers are offered to students who satisfy one of our waiver requirements.

 

ACT or SAT: If you are a U.S. citizen or a citizen of an approved English speaking country (Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom) you must submit an ACT or SAT score.

 

If you have attended a US or US accredited high school for more than two and a half year, you must submit an ACT or SAT score regardless of your citizenship.

 

How to Send your Test Scores Officially: Please have your scores sent electronically to the University of Utah Office of Admissions. You can do this by using the following Codes:

TOEFL Code: 4853

TOEIC: Mail or email (asiacampus@utah.edu)

IELTS: Please contact your testing center and have them send your results directly to the University of Utah Office of Admissions

SAT Code: 4853

ACT Code: 4274

 

* If the name on your test result is different from the name you put on your application, please contact iao@sa.utah.edu with the name information so we can match the score with your application.

 

Everyone who applies will send us their academic information. Additional information is your chance to stand out! You can submit an essay, letter of recommendation, resume, list of activities, or anything else you want us to see. Be sure to clearly indicate your name and date of birth on your submission.

You can track your application status at https://student.apps.utah.edu/uofu/stu/admission-checklist/. You will receive your official admissions result by email, and admissions decisions typically take 3-4 weeks, but may take longer depending on the time of year and your individual application.

Admissions Standards

We review every application on an individual basis, carefully weighing your academic background and outside of the classroom experience to ensure that you can be a successful University of Utah student. We consider many factors, including, but not limited to:

Academic Rigor


Quality of Curriculum


Test Scores


 Grade Trends


Cumulative Unweighted GPA


Note: The University of Utah does all credential evaluation. You are not required to use an outside credential evaluation service. Learn more about the Admission Standards.

Undergraduate Application Deadlines

 

SPRING 2020

FALL 2020

1st Priority Deadline

Dec 15, 2019

NA

2nd Priority Deadline

Jan 17, 2020

NA

Final Deadline

Feb 1, 2020

Aug 1, 2020

* Students who apply by the 1st and 2nd Priority Deadline will have priority on scholarship consideration.

* For Fall 2020 admission only, there will be no 1st and 2nd Priority Deadline. All applications submitted before the Final Deadline will be considered for a scholarship.

Term Dates

 

SPRING 2020

FALL 2020

Classes Begin

Feb 24, 2020

Aug 24, 2020

Classes End

Jun 5, 2020

Dec 4, 2020

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Last Updated: 4/13/20