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Resumption Date for the University of Arizona  after COVID-19 Outbreak

Resumption Date for the University of Arizona  after COVID-19 Outbreak

The management of the University of Arizona due to COVID-19 outbreak has been drawn to the notification of rescheduling of activities. the fresh and returning students are hereby advice to follow the new process. read through. Programme

Resumption Date for the University of Arizona  after COVID-19 Outbreak

As per the student calendar, Last day of classes and laboratory sessions is May 6, 2020, while Final examinations will be held on May 8-14, 2020.

Below are the University of Arizona student academic from May 2020

Last day of classes and laboratory sessions May 6, 2020
Reading Day – no classes or finals May 7, 2020
Final examinations May 8-14, 2020
Commencement  May 15, 2020
Degree award date for students completing by close of Spring Semester May 15, 2020

 

Summer 2020
Pre-Session
Classes begin May 18, 2020
Memorial Day Holiday — no classes May 25, 2020
Last day of classes and examination June 6, 2020
Seven Week – First
Classes begin May 18, 2020
Memorial Day Holiday — no classes May 25, 2020
Last day of classes and examination July 3, 2020
13 Week
Classes begin May 18, 2020
Independence Day observed — no classes July 3, 2020
Last day of classes and examinations August 12, 2020
 Five Week – First
Classes begin June 8, 2020
Independence Day observed — no classes July 3, 2020
Last day of classes and examinations July 9, 2020
10 Week
Classes begin June 8, 2020
Independence Day observed — no classes July 3, 2020
Last day of classes and examinations August 12, 2020
Seven Week – Second
Classes begin July 6, 2020
Independence Day observed — no classes July 3, 2020
Last day of classes and examinations August 21, 2020
 Five Week – Second
Classes begin July 13, 2020
Last day of classes and examinations August 12, 2020
Degree award date for students completing in Summer August 22, 2020

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Admission

The University of Arizona admission is ongoing, Students information and admission procedure below are the details.

Freshman

Complete the steps below to be evaluated for admission to the University of Arizona as a freshman

Step
1           
Review Admissions Requirements

Students can earn admission to UA in two ways:

  1. Students may earn admission to UA through the Assured Admission process if they are an Arizona resident, attend a regionally accredited high school, rank in the top 25 percent of their graduating class, and have no course work deficiencies as prescribed by the Arizona Board of Regents or earn an unweighted GPA of 3.0 or higher in their core coursework.
  2. All students not considered Arizona residents and students who do not meet the above requirements for Assured Admission will be evaluated through our Comprehensive Review Process.

Step
2                 
Complete Your Application

A complete application includes

  1. A completed application form*
  2. Payment of application fee

*A completed application form includes all self-reported grades through your 6th semester and courses in progress for initial admission consideration. You will need an unofficial high school transcript and/or access to your coursework in order to complete this section on the application. We will be verifying your coursework pending a final official transcript submission prior to the start of your freshman year at UA.

Submit your official SAT/ACT scores to be considered for merit scholarships or the UA Honors College.

 

Ready to apply? Complete the application through our UA Future portal. You can also find us on the Coalition and Common Applications. After you apply, check your email for more information regarding how to track your application status.

Or, download a printable application or request an application by mail.

Print or request an application

Step
3
Transcripts

Official high school transcript(s)

Please do not send us your official high school transcripts at this time. We will use your self-reported grades on your application for initial evaluation and review for the admission decision. Your official transcripts will be required before you enroll at the University of Arizona.

Official college/university transcript(s)

If you’ve completed any college or university course work during or post-high school, you will be asked to submit any/all official college transcripts at enrollment.

Step
4             
Submit Your Official SAT and/or ACT Scores

Submitting your official SAT/ACT scores is optional for admissions consideration. However, test scores are REQUIRED in order to be considered for merit scholarships, the UA Honors College, the College of Nursing, or the College of Engineering.

As of March 2016 the College Board has issued a redesigned SAT. The University of Arizona will accept the previous test scores for years to come.


Deadlines and Fees

Application Fees

Our application processing fee is:

  • $50 for Arizona Residents
  • $80 for non-Arizona Residents

Transfer Student

If you are a domestic student who has attended a foreign institution

Review admissions requirements for the home country of the institution attended

English proficiency*

Regardless of citizenship, you mush must prove college-level English proficiency if your native language is not English, and/or you hold any credentials from:

  • Non-English speaking countries
  • Schools in US territories (i.e. Puerto Rico) where the language of instruction is not English
  • Home school, where the language of instruction is not English

You may satisfy this proficiency requirement either by:

  • presenting a TOEFL IBT score of 70
  • presenting an official IELTS score with a minimum overall band score of 6
  • completing the English program at our Center for English as a Second Language (CESL) at level 80 proficiency

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You are an international transfer student pursuing a degree from the University of Arizona

Review admissions requirements for the home country of the institution attended

Prospective transfer students must:

  • Must have a minimum 2.50 GPA (a “C+” or better where “A”=4.00) from a college or university. Some UA programs require higher minimum transfer GPA including College of Nursing (3.7), and the College of Architecture, Planning & Landscape (2.7).  Please note: GPA recalculation occurs during the admissions evaluation process and is based on grades from courses outlined in our competency requirements below.
  • Have and present a completed high school diploma or certificate.

Please note some programs or colleges may require additional information and/or admission requirements as noted on their individual requirements pages

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Complete Your UA Application

  • A completed application form
  • Payment of application fee ($50 for Arizona Residents, $80 for non-Arizona Residents
  • College Transcript(s)
  • Official high school transcript if you are under the age of 22 at the time you apply

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Submit Your Transcript

Official Documents

Official high school transcript(s)

  • Please do not send us your official high school transcripts at this time. Instead, simply upload your transcripts through the application. Your official transcripts will be required before you enroll at the University of Arizona and more information will be provided upon admission.

Official college/university transcript(s)

  • If you’ve completed any college or university course work during or post-high school, simply upload your transcripts through the application. You will be asked to submit/any all college transcripts at enrollment. For transcripts from institutions attended within the U.S., the official document must be received.

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Application Login

Returning users:

Log in to continue an application

First-time users:

Create an account to start a new application.

International Students

The University of Arizona recognizes that educational systems are different across the world. Review the required secondary school certifications, grades, and degrees needed for admission by your home country. Click Here

Summer 2020 semester » Apply by April 15, 2020
Fall 2020 semester » Apply by June 1, 2020
Spring 2021 semester » Apply by November 2, 2020
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Online Student

The coursework competency requirements for undergraduate and graduate Arizona Online students vary. Visit the Arizona Online website and dive into your program to determine your admissions requirements. Click Here
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