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To request (complete) an application for admission or if you have questions about the application, contact the Admissions office at (937) 772-9239, or toll-free at (800) 7-URBANA ext. 1370. An application for admission can only be completed online. It is important to request your official high school transcript and standardized test scores to be sent directly to Urbana University.
You may apply to the University at any time by filling out the online application. Make sure to specify your graduating year from high school. The application process will take between 2-4 weeks to complete.
Urbana University offers three options to visit campus, which can be scheduled by registering online. The first option to visit campus is a campus tour, which is offered Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. throughout the year. Campus tours are led by Urbana University Student Ambassadors and last approximately two hours in length.
Visiting groups with 20 or more prospective students may request a dedicated group campus tour tailored to the unique interests of the group. The Admissions office will customize the visit for high school students in the 10th, 11th or 12th grade. Lastly, The Admissions Office hosts campus visit days with the dates of visits available by checking out the events calendar.
Our vibrant 128-acre campus in west central Ohio is a blend of modern and traditional architecture. Our campus is situated in the small town of Urbana, with the convenience of being less than an hour from the major metropolitan areas of Columbus and Dayton.
Urbana University’s curriculum reflects the historic values of liberal arts and career education, meeting the educational and employment needs of not only west-central Ohio, but also the Midwest and the nation. Our degrees seek to broaden students’ perspectives toward their careers and provide an intellectual foundation for lifelong learning.
Urbana University has 260 full time faculty and staff, and with a 15:1 student/professor ratio you won’t get the attention to detail our professional faculty and staff offer anywhere else. At Urbana, you’re an individual, not a number.
Unlike some institutions, Urbana’s classes are taught exclusively by faculty – not teaching assistants or graduate students. Urbana faculty maintains on open-door policy by being accessible to our students.
At Urbana University, we are confident that our students receive a real value for their educational expense. We also realize that the cost of any college education can seem significant. However, careful planning and financial aid help to close the gap between the cost of your college education and your financial needs. You can start the financial aid process by completing the Free Application for Financial Aid. For specific information and/or qualifications, contact your admissions representative or the Office of Financial Aid.
Single and double suite occupancy rooms are available in our five residence halls. All on-campus facilities are non-smoking. Urbana University offers a variety of housing options for students living on campus. Each has its own benefits. Every room on campus is equipped with the following: bed, mattress, window blinds, desk, a cable hookup, Wi-Fi capability, chair, drawer space and closet space or a wardrobe per resident.
Urbana University requires all main campus students under 21 years of age, who do not have senior status, who are not married, who do not live with their parents or guardians who do not live within the established distance guidelines for commuters, and who do not have a valid, documented and approved medical reason to the contrary are required to live on campus in a University residence hall and take a meal plan. Failure to provide accurate information on the Residence Hall Agreement, Housing Questionnaire or Residence Hall Application may result in disciplinary action. Students who provide false information about their residency status and/or students who would be required to live on campus but do not contract for housing will be charged for room and board.
All campus residents are required to participate in the board plan. Freshmen (first year students) are required to have the 19 meal plan (19 meals per week) while transfer and upper-class students have the option of a 15 meal plan (15 meals per week). Each meal plan comes with $100 “flex dollars” per semester. These “flex dollars” can be used to purchase additional food items at the White Family Grill in the Student Center. Students have the option of adding an additional $25 “flex dollars” per semester (this increases the cost of the board plan by $50 for the academic year). More information about food service, which is provided to the University by Sodexo Campus Services, is available from The Commons Dining Hall which is located between East, South and Hazard Halls.
The Office of Campus Life is responsible for all room assignments. A questionnaire is mailed with the housing contract and includes categories that allow the director to match students. Also, students may request roommates. Both individuals are required to indicate their housing preference on the housing questionnaire.
All Urbana University students are permitted to have a vehicle on campus. Parking passes are issued through campus free and free of charge. There is parking adjacent to all residential facilities.
We provide a study lounges in the residential facilities. We also offer the University Library and Student Success Center.
The Library connects you to information for your classes. Whether you are looking for a quick fact or just getting started on a research paper or presentation for one of your classes, the library can help you find what you need. You can connect with current information at the library as well. The library holds current subscriptions to more than 90 magazines & four newspapers. The library also has access to almost 50,000 electronic journals. Be sure to use library computers to check your favorite news sites, Facebook pages and e-mail accounts.
The Student Success Center provides services and resources to faculty, staff, and students that enhance and support classroom instruction. The center teaches the skills and strategies to help students become independent and active learners and to achieve academic success.
The average class size at Urbana University is 25. Your largest class will be no more than 50 students. In upper-level classes, it is not unusual for classes to be just 8 or 10 students. This small class size allows for more personalized attention and the development of a repertoire between the students and the professor. At Urbana University, we believe in connections between students and faculty, as well as your fellow classmates!
Urbana University is a member of the Mountain East Conference (MEC) at the NCAA Division II level.
The Blue Knights compete in the following sports: football, volleyball, softball, baseball, men's/women's basketball, men's/women's cross country, men's/women's golf, men's/women's soccer and women's lacrosse. The men's and women's swim teams compete in the Appalachian Swimming Conference (ASC).
Urbana also boasts a men's and women's bowling club program. In 2014, the Urbana University men's bowling team finished as the national runner-up in Las Vegas. Other club sports at Urbana University include cheer and dance and co-ed shooting sports.
Student activities are coordinated by the Campus Activities Board, the Student Government Association (SGA) and by the Office of Campus Life.
All students, including commuters and nontraditional students, are encouraged to participate in the many cultural, educational, recreational and social events held on campus.
Movies and professional acts supplement social activities such as dances, Spring Fling Week, trips, clubs, Homecoming activities, special entertainment and others.
Urbana’s student organizations include clubs formed around common interests, committees that plan campus-wide programs, organizations that relate to academic fields, and groups with a religious or cultural mission. Whatever your interests or talents, YOU can join a related student organization.
Don’t see the opportunity that you were looking for? We’ll be happy to help you start your very own club or organization that fits your interest. Contact the Campus Life Office located on the Lower Level of the Student Center for more information about starting a new organization or about any current group.
Urbana University's Center for Career & Professional Development offers a variety of opportunities for students to apply their knowledge and skills in real-world settings. The primary goals of Urbana University's Center for Career & Professional Development are to help students integrate academic and career interests and to connect students with organizations interested in finding great talent.
Personal Attention – with a 15:1 student to professor ratio, you won’t get a more personalized educational experience anywhere else.
Career Focus - Founded in 1850 and grounded in the liberal arts, you'll be well prepared for a lifetime of professional success and social responsibility.
Course Availability - Classes are offered day and evening to work around your schedule!
Entrance counseling is required by federal regulations for all first-time borrowers at a school. It gives an overview of the Federal Loans Program and discusses specific topics related to types of loans, interest rates, borrower rights and responsibilities, etc. This counseling session can provide tips and tools for you to develop a budget for managing educational expenses. Loan Entrance Counseling documents can be accessed from the Documents & Forms page.
Exit counseling is federally mandated when you have stopped attending school or have dropped below half-time, regardless of whether you intend on returning. Student Loan Exit Counseling can be accessed from the Documents & Forms page.
Both Subsidized and Unsubsidized Direct Federal Loans are funded through the Federal Direct Loan program and administered by the federal government.
- Subsidized Loan - the federal government pays the interest on your Subsidized loan while you are enrolled at least half-time. Eligibility for Subsidized Loans is determined by financial need, are for a limited eligibility period, and are available to students seeking an undergraduate degree.
Unsubsidized Loan - you are responsible for your Unsubsidized loan while enrolled in school. You have the option to pay the interest or defer the payment until after graduation. Eligibility for Unsubsidized loans is available to both undergraduate and graduate level students.
Yes. There are federally mandated aggregate limits that you cannot exceed, dependent on grade level and dependency status. For more information see Types of Aid.
No. While all grant funds are automatically accepted for you, you are able to accept a reduced amount of funds based on your discretion. Please note the following stipulations:
- The funds must be divided evenly over all of the packaged terms in an academic year.
- The minimum loan amount you can accept is $200.
- All subsidized funds must be accepted before accepting/reducing unsubsidized loans.
In order to reduce funds, you need to indicate the revised amount on your award letter or notate a full decline of a loan. Please contact a Financial Aid Counselor if you have any questions about reducing your loan amounts.
You can access your online student Self Service portal to access all account information, including Student Refunds.
Generally, if the view of your student account indicates that a "student refund" has been issued, you can pick up your refund check the following Friday - or a refund check will be mailed to you.
Students with remaining eligibility after tuition and fees are paid can pick up a book voucher in the Student Accounts office.
The FAFSA must be completed each year. The financial aid award year begins with Summer Semester and runs through the following Fall and Spring Semesters. As soon as you receive your W-2's for the previous tax year (or after you file your federal tax return), you should complete your FAFSA (see What is IRS Data Retrieval? section below). If you already completed the FAFSA for the previous year, you will generally have the option of completing a renewal application to save time. You can complete the FAFSA at any time during the term, however, to be considered for maximum aid eligibility you must complete the FAFSA by the following published priority deadline for each semester:
Summer and Fall term:
- Incoming students: March 1
- Returning students: May 1
- All students: October 1
For further information regarding applying for aid at Urbana, please visit our Financial Aid page.
A FSA ID is comprised of a username and password and can be used to login to certain Federal Student Aid websites, such as the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®).
The security of your FSA ID is important. Your FSA ID can be used to:
- Electronically sign Federal Student Aid documents,
- Access your personal records, and
- Make binding legal obligations.
If you are a parent and need to electronically sign your child’s FAFSA, you need your own FSA ID. If you have more than one child attending college, you can use the same FSA ID to sign their applications.
After your name, Social Security number, and date of birth, are verified with the Social Security Administration (SSA), you can use your FSA ID to access these Federal Student Aid systems:
- Agreement to Serve (ATS)
- My Federal Student Aid
If you do not already have an FSA ID and would like to apply for one, select the Create an FSA ID tab on the FSA ID log-in page. For questions regarding the FSA ID please call 1.800.4.FED.AID.
The quickest and easiest way to complete the FAFSA is to fill out the online application for federal student aid. Visit the Financial Aid page of our website. You can also fill out a paper-based version of the FAFSA or complete it over the phone by calling 1.800.4.FED.AID, but the processing time is considerably longer. Urbana University does not supply the paper form.
The Federal Student Aid Information Center (FSAIC) provides FAFSA on the Web Live Help when filling out the FAFSA (click on the Contact Us tab). You can also call FSAIC at 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243). If you are hearing impaired call the TTY line at 1-800-730-8913. You may also schedule an appointment with a Financial Aid Counselor at Urbana. Printing out and completing the FAFSA on the Web Worksheet for the appropriate year prior to filling out the online FAFSA is very helpful.
Important Note: If you make an appointment to complete the FAFSA with an Urbana Financial Aid Counselor, you are required to have an active FSA ID and be prepared with applicable documentation needed (tax returns, etc).
IRS Data Retrieval is an easier way to provide tax information! With just a few simple steps, most students and parents who have completed their IRS tax return will be able to view and transfer their tax information into the FAFSA. Using the IRS Data Retrieval Process, either when initially completing a FAFSA or by using the corrections functionality, provides you with the fastest, easiest, and most secure solution for meeting verification requirements.
IRS Data Retrieval of your 2015 Tax Return Transcript (2017-18 FAFSA) will be available by the middle of February 2016; however, you can complete your FAFSA as soon as you have all of your financial information available (W-2s, other needed financial information). If you file your taxes electronically, IRS Data Retrieval will be available for download to your FAFSA in approximately 2 weeks. If you file a paper tax return, it will be available for download in approximately 8 weeks.
The EFC is the number that's used to determine your eligibility for federal student financial aid. This number results from the financial information provided in the FAFSA application. The EFC is reported on the Student Aid Report (SAR).
The SAR summarizes all the information a student provides on the FAFSA. The SAR will usually contain the EFC. The EFC will appear in the upper right-hand portion of a paper or electronic SAR. The Data Release Number (DRN) will also be on the SAR. You will receive your SAR online if you provided a valid e-mail address on the FAFSA.
No. You are required to complete the FAFSA in order to be considered for state funds. You will be considered for maximum state and federal eligibility according to the EFC reported on your SAR.
Graduate students are not eligible for state grants and for most federal grants. Graduate students are eligible for Teach Grants. The Teach Grant application can be accessed from Financial Aid Forms.
Awards are automatically accepted on your behalf. If you do not want an award, you must print off a copy of your award letter, reduce or decline award on award letter, sign and return award letter to the Financial Aid office.
If you intend to borrow student loans, you must have a completed, signed Master Promissory Note (MPN) and Loan Entrance Counseling on file.
You can access an Entrance Counseling and MPN from the Documents and Forms page.
You are considered an independent student if you meet one of the following criteria:
- 2016-17 FAFSA - Born before January 1, 1993; 2017-18 FAFSA - Born before January 1, 1994
- If you can provide a copy of a court’s decision that you were an emancipated minor or were in legal guardianship immediately before you reached the age of being an adult in your state (age 18 in Ohio). The court must be located in your state of legal residence at the time the court’s decision was issued.
- Married as of the date you filed the FAFSA application. Urbana will not process mid-year marital status changes.
- Will be a graduate or professional student at the start of the award year
- Currently serving on active duty for purposes other than training
- Are a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces
- Have dependents other than a spouse for which you provide more than half of their support.
- If at any time since you turned age 13, you had no living parent (biological or adoptive), even if you are now adopted; or you were in foster care, even if you are no longer in foster care today; or you were a dependent or ward of the court, even if you are no longer a dependent or ward of the court today. For federal student aid purposes, someone who is incarcerated is not considered a ward of the court.
- Have been determined at any time since July 1, 2015 for the 2016-17 FAFSA; and July 1, 2016 for the 2017-18 FAFSA to be an unaccompanied youth who was homeless or self-supporting and at risk of being homeless.
If you do not meet any of the requirements listed above, you are considered dependent and are required to submit parental financial information on your FAFSA and any other applicable financial aid documents.
You may be considered for an appeal if:
- You have mitigating circumstances and supporting documentation that you are no longer in contact with/receive financial support from your parents.
- You are still in contact with your parents, but they are unwilling to provide financial information for the FAFSA, you will need to contact the Financial Aid office to schedule an appointment to complete a Parental Non-Disclosure Appeal.
Contact us to schedule an appointment with a Financial Aid Counselor to discuss the possibility of a appealing and required documentation.
Urbana will not process mid-year marital status changes. We will use the marital status reported as of the day you completed your FAFSA.
Students receiving federal financial aid must meet certain academic standards in order to maintain their eligibility for financial assistance.
- A WARNING status will be assigned for your first offense (except MTF, #3 below).
- If you have failed to maintain all of the conditional stipulations of your WARNING, your status will be updated to SUSPENSION.
- If you exceed MTF at any time, your SAP status will be updated to SUSPENSION.
- You cannot appeal a WARNING status.
- You may appeal a WITHDRAWN status if there were documented extenuating circumstances.
- You are only able to receive up to two approved appeals throughout your academic career at Urbana University. If you have had two appeals approved previously, the current appeal will be automatically denied.
What will my updated status be once a decision has been made?
- If approved, your status will be updated to either PROBATION for one semester or in certain circumstances an ACADEMIC PLAN for up to three semesters.
- If denied, your status will remain SUSPENSION.
For additional information regarding Satisfactory Academic Progress view SAP policy on web.
Verification is a process in which the Financial Aid office is required to compare the information provided on the FAFSA with information reported on your (your spouse's if married, or parent's if dependent) federal tax information/W-2's and Urbana's internal verification forms. You can be selected for the verification process by the government or through an internal selection process.
If you are selected for verification, any aid offered will not be official until all documents have been received and reviewed for accuracy.
If you have been selected for verification, Urbana will notify you via email of what documents you need to submit.
For Direct and FFEL Loans, contact your loan servicer. If you do not know who your servicer is, you can look it up in the U.S. Department of Education’s National Student Loan Data System.
There are situations in which your file can be modified to reflect your current financial situation. You would need to complete a Special Circumstance Appeal to have a Financial Aid Counselor review your file. Situations that could be considered include loss of job (student, parent or spouse), divorce, or extremely high medical costs. If you would like to appeal, you must make an appointment with an Urbana Financial Aid Counselor to discuss the requirements and to obtain an appeal form.
Please Note: You must wait at least ten weeks after your financial circumstance changed before you can make an appointment.
Urbana will award aid based on full-time enrollment. MBA with an Emphasis in Healthcare students will be awarded based on half-time enrollment. Any change in enrollment may also change aid eligibility. Grant funds are pro-rated to your current enrollment; therefore, the amount on the award letter may differ from actual eligibility. You should always contact the Financial Aid Office to obtain information regarding updates to your financial aid eligibility depending on enrollment status.
Yes. Contact the Office of Admissions or the Director of Honors at email@example.com for more information on applying to the program. The Honors application does not have a separate fee.
There are no minimum criteria—we encourage any interested students to complete an Honors application. The application process is intended to help applicants display merit through the Personal Statement, Writing Sample, Recommendation, and interview portions. These, along with high school records and standardized test scores, give a broader, more complete picture of each student’s potential for success in the Honors program.
The Honors program is open to any major offered by UU. Common Honors majors include Education, Political Science, History, English, Biology, Psychology, Business and Athletic Training.
No! The current Honors class sequence is hours neutral—it does not add additional hours beyond UU’s general graduation requirements. Careful planning with help from your advisor will assure that you graduate in the appropriate timeframe.
The Urbana University Honors Program maintains high standards for its students. The following is the overall profile of the current students in the Honors program:
- Average high school GPA: 3.915 Median ACT: 26
- Active in athletics including volleyball, swimming, cross country, football, softball, and soccer
- Participate in campus activities including plays, band and choir, and academic honor societies
Admissions are comprehensive and based on a number of areas, including (in alphabetical order):
- ACT scores
- Class rank
- Contributions to diversity in the program and on campus
- Critical thinking skills
- Extracurricular activities and community engagement
- GPA High school transcripts and curriculum strength Intellectual curiosity
- Writing ability
The William G. Edwards Honors Program has been designed for the motivated academic achiever. The objectives of the program are to prepare students for careers in the global market, for graduate or professional school, and for leadership roles in the community.
Yes, if your food is snack-like and not an open plate or meal, you do not have food delivered to the library, you don't eat or drink near the computers and you report a spill immediately.
Your name and the barcode on your library card or the back of your student ID are all you need to use OhioLINK. If your barcode number isn't working, please call 937-772-9313. You may have been deleted from the system or you may have a fine on your account. If you find that you are having problems accessing anything through OhioLINK, such as e-books or databases, ask the library staff for assistance. There are some services provided by OhioLINK that Urbana University does not subscribe to. If you have any questions about OhioLINK, ask for assistance at the circulation desk or click on the "Frequently Asked Questions" link at the bottom of the OhioLINK library catalog page.
All OhioLINK books are checked out for three weeks and may be renewed six times for a total checkout period of 21 weeks. If any other patron at any of the OhioLINK schools puts a hold on a book that you have checked out, you will not be able to renew that book when it comes due. When a book has been overdue for a while, OhioLINK will assume that you are not going to return it and they will automatically add a replacement fee of $125.00 to your library account. This fee will prevent you from requesting any more items through OhioLINK until the book you have been charged for is returned. We cannot renew a book once OhioLINK has charged you the $125.00 replacement fee. If you wish to keep the book for the entire semester, in spite of the replacement fee and the loss of OhioLINK borrowing privileges, the entire fee of $125.00 will be removed from your account when you return the book at the end of the semester. If you do not return the book at the end of the semester, the $125.00 fee will be added to your account at the Student Accounts Office and will prevent you from graduating or registering for the following semester.
We will call you or send you a message on Facebook when your requested items arrive. You may also go to the UU library catalog page and click on "My Account" to see if the items are in transit or have been received.
You need a library card or a library barcode on the back of your student ID that has been activated. The library barcode is put on the back of your student ID when you receive it, then visit the library to have your barcode, name, address and phone number entered into the library system.
You can bring your items to the library or call (937) 772-9313 to have them renewed. You can also go to the Urbana University catalog page and click on "My Account" at the top and renew them yourself.
Yes, your UU ID acts as a library card at all OhioLINK member libraries. You can visit other libraries, browse their stacks and check out items.
Reserve items are kept in the office behind the lobby desk. You must sign out reserve items even though most of them are not allowed to leave the library.
There are computers available in the lobby and the South Wing that students, faculty, and staff can use to do research, type papers, or search the catalog.
You can ask for help at the circulation desk, call (937) 772-9313, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, the library has two copiers--one in the lobby (makes color and black and white copies) and one in the South Wing (makes black and white copies only).
Yes, the library has a fax machine in a staff office. Students and staff may send and receive faxes. The fax number is (937) 653-8551.
SearchOhio is a group of public libraries in the state of Ohio whose catalogs are all linked together to allow easy sharing of materials. Urbana University patrons are able to order items through SearchOhio. If you are searching for an item and no one in OhioLINK owns it, click on the SearchOhio icon that appears at the top of the screen when you are on the OhioLINK catalog page.
Urbana also participates in an interlibrary loan program. We can borrow items from libraries all over the country. Ask at the front desk about this service.
Yes, this is a service provided by Urbana University through OhioLINK. To get into the OhioLINK databases click on the "Listed by Database Name" link. When you choose a database, the “Off-Campus Access” page will come up. Type your last name in the first box and your library barcode number (14 digit number that begins with 22024) in the second box. Click on “LOGIN.” If you have questions about this or any other OhioLINK service, ask for assistance at the circulation desk, call (937) 772-9313, or email email@example.com.
Any of our staff can help you when the library is open. When the library is closed, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will respond when the library reopens.
"Now it is permitted to enter intellectually into the mysteries of faith."
E-books are electronic books that can be found within the library catalog. You must have a valid library barcode to access these books from off campus.
Yes. You need to bring your UU ID to the library to activate the library barcode on the back. If you do not have a UU ID, come to the library and get a library card.
No, but we sell bottles of pop (Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Sierra Mist and Dr. Pepper) for $1.00.
We have some textbooks on reserve that have to be used in the library. The Student Success Center also has UU textbooks or you may try to request textbooks through OhioLINK.
Yes, we have three study rooms in the basement. Stop at the library front desk to sign out a key or make a reservation for when you would like to use one of the rooms.
579 College Way
Urbana, OH 43078
Or fax to (937) 484-1251 (fax must come directly from undergraduate institution)
If your college participates in an electronic transcript program, those may be emailed from that service to MBAhealthcare@urbana.edu
Nine courses are required. Each course is 4 credits.
Four terms are offered per year, if you take one class per term you can complete the program in 2.5 years. Most students will take one course every other term (12 weeks on and 12 weeks off) through Basic Sciences and take fewer breaks during Clinical Rotations to complete the program in 4 years.
Yes! You can take up to 5 years to complete the program from the time you start. If you need to take a term or two off, you will not be eligible for a loan for that term. However, the loans for your MBA won’t go into repayment as long as your time off does not extend beyond 6 consecutive months.
Yes! Just send an email to MBAhealthcare@urbana.edu
- Submit a release form
- Update your FAFSA
- Wait for a decision and your login information
- Email for application status at any time: MBAhealthcare@urbana.edu
You may begin at any semester during your medical school studies or any term at in the MBA. See Deadlines and Dates.
At least 4 credits every other MBA term.
Yes! The program is designed for non-business majors. All students begin with the MBA Essentials course that paves the way for the rest of the program.
Yes! Transfer credit will be awarded for successfully completed MBA classes at another school. Once an application is submitted, have official transcripts sent to:
579 College Way
Urbana, OH 43078
Or fax to (937) 484-1251 (fax must come directly from graduate institution)
Email MBAhealthcare@urbana.edu to ask a question or set up an appointment.
The Urbana University business office will mail reimbursement checks 3 weeks after the start of the term to the U.S. address you designate in your FAFSA.
No, the programs are separate. Academic standing at your medical school will not affect eligibility in the MBA and vice versa.
Yes. Graduates of the MBA program will be invited to Commencement ceremonies in Urbana, Ohio, after completion of their degree.
New students will be registered for “MBA Essentials” on receipt of a program plan. Returning students should contact MBAhealthcare@urbana.edu for registration instructions.
Students applying for admission to Urbana University must be in good academic standing at the accredited college-level institution in which they most recently attended prior to application. Good academic standing generally implies a cumulative minimum GPA of 2.00. A student may challenge his/her admission status by appealing to the Academic Standards Committee. Only courses that have been completed with a “C” or better will be transferred into UU. Your Transfer Coordinator can complete an “unofficial” transcript evaluation if you have an official transcript at the time of your visit, but an “official” evaluation can only be completed by the Registrar’s Office after you’ve applied.
We accept up to 90 credit hours for transfer. However, bachelor’s degree students must complete at least 30 semester hours of UU coursework toward the total 120-semester hour degree requirement, in order to graduate from UU. In addition, all programs require a minimum number of hours in the major to be taken at Urbana.
The easiest way to apply is here on our website! Please remember to provide an official transcript from ALL of your previous institution(s), an official high school transcript and test results from the ACT or SAT. Students who have earned 30 or more semester hours from a regionally accredited college or university will not need to provide a high school transcript.Students who are 21 years of age or older are not required to submit ACT or SAT test results. The transcript(s) should be sent directly from the previous institution(s) to UU main campus at: Urbana University Admissions 579 College Way Urbana, OH 43078
*Students applying to the Criminal Justice Leadership or Human Services Leadership program offered at our Beavercreek location should send official transcript(s) to: 3800 Pentagon Blvd, Suite 130 Beavercreek, OH 45431
The Transfer Counselor can complete an unofficial transcript evaluation. However, an official transcript evaluation can only be completed by the Registrar's Office for your final transfer evaluation. If you are transferring from Sinclair College, Clark State Community College, Edison State Community College, Rhodes State College or Columbus State Community College, please email your transcripts to email@example.com for an unofficial evaluation. If you are transferring from another institution, please fax your transcripts to (937) 772-9391 for an unofficial evaluation.
Urbana University is proud to participate in the Post 9/11 GI Bill as well as inform prospects of our standing as a Yellow Ribbon School! For more information, please contact our Financial Aid Department at (937) 772-9251 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Urbana University is on a semester system. Fall classes typically begin at the end of August and Spring classes typically begin at the beginning of January. We also offer summer semester courses. Please see our calendar for more details.
Full-time Undergraduate tuition and fees for the 2015-2016 school year is $22,012 per year including fees. Room and board total is an additional $8,808 per year.
Text book information is available through the Bookstore. More information can be found by contacting the bookstore at (937) 772-9283.
The Business Office is responsible for billing. Their number is (937) 772-9274.
Self-Service is a great source of information. In order to have access to Self-Service you need to have your username and password (set up by going over to Oak Hall or email email@example.com) If you do not have your password you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to have the information emailed to you.
In order to use Self-Service you MUST have a computer account (Includes: Moodle, e-mail, and system log-in) and be registered for classes.
You will receive your account information via email. Once you receive your information, please follow the steps to login.