Complete the steps below to be evaluated for admission to the University of Arizona as an undergraduate non-degree seeking student.
Before you apply
Students participating in a non-UA sponsored high school program must be at least 16 years old to apply as a non-degree seeking student.
If you are working to fulfill pre-requisites at the undergraduate level in order to qualify for your graduate program, you should continue this application as an undergraduate non-degree seeking student. If you are working on taking graduate-level coursework, please visit the Graduate College website for more information on their non-degree seeking program.
Please note: If you left the UA as a non-degree seeking student on academic probation (GPA < 2.0), you must complete a degree-seeking application. You may apply 15 credits taken as a non-degree seeking student toward UA degree requirements.
Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for on-campus housing (with the exception of National Student Exchange Students), financial aid (including grants, scholarships, loans, or work study), or Upper Division courses without consent of the department.
Complete Your Application Form
A Complete Application Includes
A completed application form
Payment of application fee
Ready to apply? Complete the application form through the online portal. Then, create or log in to your UA Future account to track your application status.