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Admission Requirements

Urbana University Admission Requirements

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Urbana University admits students regardless of age, religion, race, ethnicity, color, national origin, ancestry, immigration status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or familial status, disability, or veteran or military status. We seek to admit applicants who present evidence of past academic success and demonstrate the ability to benefit from the University’s academic programs.

Please note that admission requirements may vary depending on the type of degree or enrollment you’re looking for.

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General Undergraduate Requirements

For first-time students seeking an associate or bachelor’s degree

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International Undergraduate Requirements

For international students seeking a bachelor’s degree or undergraduate certificate

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Readmission Requirements

For former Urbana University students who have not attended the university during the past twelve months, or were academically suspended

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Special Non-Degree Seeking Requirements

For students who wish to take courses at Urbana University but do not want to pursue a formal degree program

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Transfer Requirements

For students seeking transfer to Urbana University after attending another college or university

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Visiting Applicant Requirements

For students currently enrolled at another college or university who wish to take courses at Urbana University

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Graduate Requirements

For students seeking a graduate degree.

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Post Baccalaureate & Endorsement Requirements

For students seeking to earn a licensure or endorsement needed to apply for a Resident Educator initial license

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College Credit Plus Student Requirements

For currently enrolled high school students seeking to earn college credit by taking courses at Urbana University, or by taking Urbana University courses at their high school

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College Credit Plus Teacher Requirements

For current high school teacher teaching College Credit Plus courses who want to take graduate coursework to meet credentialing requirements set forth by the Higher Learning Commission for College Credit Plus instructors

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