Undergraduate Admissions

For undergraduate programs, successful applicants must hold a diploma from an accredited high school or a passing score on the General Education Development (GED) test. Scores for either the ACT or the SAT are required (contact the Office of Admissions for current minimum scores). Certain applicants, particularly international students, may be asked to have their transcripts evaluated, at the student’s expense, by a reputable transcript evaluation company a list of which can be provided by the UU Admissions Office.

Underwood University provides its undergraduates with a quality, fully-accredited educational program that seeks to develop the whole student. Our programs produce well-rounded graduates, who are prepared for the next stage in their lives – whether employment or graduate studies. Undergraduate education at Underwood involves a program of General Education (including coursework in Humanities, Science/Math, and Behavioral and Social Science, along with a variety of electives ranging from art to computers to history and philosophy, all aimed at providing a solid liberal arts foundation for the student’s major core coursework in their chosen degree program.

Required Forms & Documents

The following forms and fees must be received at least 30 days prior to the beginning of the semester in which students seek to enroll:

  1. Admissions application with color photo
  2. Application Fee
    A nonrefundable application fee of †100 is required for all students
  3. Personal Essay
    All students must submit a personal essay explaining why the applicant wishes to attend Underwood University and the desired program.
  4. SAT or ACT scores
  5. Signed UU Biblical Foundations Statement
  6. Signed UU Student Disclosure Form
  7. Signed UU Student Enrollment Agreement
  8. Assumption of Risk and Liability Release Form
  9. Official transcript(s)
     Transcripts must be sent in a sealed official envelope from each institution you have attended, or electronically via secure electronic transcript service. An official transcript is required from all institutions previously attended
  10. Immunization Record
  11. One recommendation letter
  12. High school diploma or General Education Development (GED) certificate
  13. Copy of valid government-issued ID (driver’s license, passport, etc.)

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