Deadlines for Undergraduate Admission
Admissions Deadlines: Applications and required supporting documents must be received by the priority deadline in order to receive full consideration for the desired term. Admissions may close without warning after the priority deadline. Any materials received after the priority deadline, including the application fee will not be refunded or sent back to the student.
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Additional Deadlines for Students with Special Circumstances (All Student Admit Types)
Students with international education: Students whose education is from outside the US, and would normally apply through Undergraduate Admissions need to apply by the posted deadline dates (May 1 for Fall, November 1 for Spring, March 15 for Summer 1, and May 1 for Summer 2), regardless of when deadlines are extended. This includes visiting or non-degree status.
Students with a prior criminal or behavioral conduct: Students who have (1) been convicted of any felony or a misdemeanor such as simple battery or other convictions for behavior that resulted in injury to a person(s) or personal property or (2) who have a history of formal disciplinary action at any college or university attended need to apply by the posted deadline dates (May 1 for Fall, November 1 for Spring, March 15 for Summer 1, and May 1 for Summer 2), regardless of when deadlines are extended. This includes visiting or non-degree status.
These students are required to fill out the prior conduct information and release form.
March 10th is the priority date for filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for maximum financial aid consideration.
Deadlines for loan applications may be found at the Office of Student Financial Aid Services.