Thank you for your interest in Urbana University. Take your first step to becoming a student by selecting the option below that describes you best.
Are you interested in a university with a variety of academic options, small classes, and professors who know your name? Urbana University is the place for you! With over 40 academic programs, we have many great opportunities for you to consider.
Urbana serves diverse students, including first-time college students, transfer undergraduate students, graduate students, international students and working professionals/adults taking classes online or in the evening. Choose the appropriate application below to take your first step toward earning your degree or credential!
First Time College Students: Complete this application if you plan to take classes full or part time at our main campus in Urbana.
Graduate Students: Complete this application if you plan to earn your master’s degree or take graduate level courses in business, criminal justice, education or nursing, on a full-time or part-time basis.
International Students Graduate: Complete this application if you are not a citizen of the United States and desire to earn graduate degree from Urbana. The University serves dozens of international students from around the world.
International Students_Undergraduate: Complete this application if you are not a citizen of the United States and desire to earn an undergraduate degree from Urbana. The University serves dozens of international students from around the world.
Readmitted/Reapplying Students: Complete this application if you have previously attended Urbana University and desire to resume your studies. Since we have your transcripts from your original application, the process is simpler.
Transfer Students: Complete this application if you have attended another college or university already, on a full or part time basis. Typically credits earned at accredited universities can be transferred toward your Urbana degree. Be sure to request a transcript from every college or university you have attended.
Working Professional/Adult Students: The Center for Adult & Professional Studies: Complete this application if you are an adult or working professional and desire to take undergraduate courses online or during the evening. Program options include the associate degree in management; bachelor’s degrees in business, criminal justice leadership, human services leadership, and nursing; and licensure programs in education, including the generalist licensure and post-baccalaureate teaching license.
Not Ready to Apply?
We recognize that taking college-level courses and earning a degree requires a commitment. You may need more information in order to make that decision. If so, please contact a member of our admissions team. We are ready to help, however we can! You can reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (937) 484-1356.
Better yet, plan to visit so that we can speak face to face. Students find that meeting with an admissions counselor, talking to a professor or coach, discussing financial aid options, and touring our attractive campus help them see if Urbana is a good fit. To schedule your visit, contact us at www.urbana.edu/visit or by phone at 937-484-1356. We can work with you to identify a time that fits into your schedule.
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