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Undergraduate admissions process

Your Time is Now. Apply Today.

We can’t wait to welcome you to UHSP for this exciting chapter of your life. While applying to college can seem overwhelming, we’ll be by your side each step of the way. Follow our step-by-step guide to the undergraduate admissions process and take the guess work out of college applications.

step 1: Apply

Apply via the UHSP application at

Step 2: Submit Transcripts

Submit your Official High School Transcript. 

Ask your guidance counselor to send your transcript, including all coursework through at least your junior year, to the University. You will be prompted to submit your transcripts through any application option. 

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Step 3: Submit Additional Documents

Throughout the review process, supplemental items may be requested. Should these be needed, we’ll contact you to guide you through the next steps.

For example, an essay or letter of recommendation may be requested. If an essay is requested, students will be provided with a prompt. 

UHSP students meet in the RAS for a study group

I’ve Been Admitted to UHSP, Now What? 

Submit Your Deposit

Your space at the University is not saved until you submit your deposit. Once your deposit is received, you will receive access to complete the rest of your enrollment steps. 

Complete your FAFSA

Once your FAFSA is received, we will compile a customized aid package based on your finances, need and merit. 

Complete Additional Enrollment Tasks*

Your New Student Portal may list additional enrollment tasks, including: 

  • Apply for Housing
  • Activate Your University Email
  • Apply for Parking (optional)
  • Purchase Your Course Materials
  • Register for and Attend Orientation
  • Submit Required Immunizations and Health Screenings

*Note: some steps will become available throughout the Spring once you receive access to your UHSP email. 


We’re here for you. We’re here to guide you through the process. Please contact the Office of Admissions at 314.446.8328 or for any questions or to learn more.