The University of Arizona, USA announces undergraduate admissions for 2015.
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How to apply for UG courses at the University of Arizona?
The candidates can apply online, on print or request for paper application form. Click here to start your online application form. Click here to download printable application form. The candidates who wish to obtain the application in print should write to the admissions office.
Along with the application, the candidate must submit the official transcripts as well of the high school education. The transcripts must be directly sent to the University by the Registrar or Counsellor in a sealed envelope. The high school transcripts must be sent to:
Office of AdmissionsThe University of ArizonaPO Box 210073Tucson, AZ 85721-0073
If the candidate has completed a coursework before applying to the University of Arizona, he/she has to submit the degree transcripts. The transcripts must be sent to:
Registration & TranscriptsThe University of ArizonaAdministration Building, Room 210PO Box 210066Tucson, AZ 85721-0066
The candidates must also submit the score of SAT or ACT. In order to submit the official transcripts electronically, enter the SAT code 4832 and ACT code 0096 in the registration form for the respective exams.
The candidates applying from a country where the first language is not English, must submit the English proficiency test score.
The candidates must pay the one time non-refundable application processing fee along with submitting the form and supporting documents. The fee is $50 for Arizona residents, $65 for US citizens and $75 for international students.
Deadline to apply for UG courses at the University of Arizona
November 01, 2014
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