Undergraduate Transfer Admission
We are so glad you have decided to take the next step in your education here at University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis. These next steps will help guide you through the undergraduate transfer admission process and prepare you for success at the University.
Now that you've been accepted as a transfer student, there are a few things you can take care of right now:
Submit Your Deposit
Once you submit your $300 enrollment deposit, you can register for New Student Orientation and apply for housing and parking.
Complete the FAFSA
It’s important to complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. The FAFSA gives you access to the largest source of financial aid to pay for your education.
Complete Your Enrollment
- Submit your final transcripts
- Activate your UHSP virtual community account
- Attend orientation
- Apply for housing
- Apply for parking
- Activate your University student account
- Submit your health record and emergency contact form*
- Purchase your laptop*
- Ensure you have your required immunizations
- Submit your photo for your student ID
- Purchase textbooks and course materials for the fall semester
*An active UHSP email account is required before these steps can be completed.
Submit Your Final Transcripts
Contact your previous school(s) to request to have your official transcripts sent to UHSP. Submit official score reports for Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate or dual credit courses – you may be able to earn credit for them. Mail all documents to the Office of Admissions at 1 Pharmacy Place, St. Louis, MO 63110.Return to Top
Activate Your UHSP Virtual Community Account
To activate your UHSP Virtual Community account, log in using the personal email address that you used to apply to the University. Once you are logged in, set up your profile, share your goals and add a photo of yourself.Return to Top
While you may have already visited campus, New Student Orientation is your first introduction to the University as a student. During orientation, you'll meet your classmates, interact with faculty and staff and learn more about the University.Return to Top
Apply for Housing
Living on campus provides you with a unique opportunity to build lifelong friendships and take advantage of a network of support resources here to help you be your best. All new undergraduate students under the age of 21 are required to live on campus until they have completed 90 credit hours.Return to Top
Apply for Parking
Parking applications are reviewed after your enrollment deposit is received, on a first come, first served basis. Parking is subject to availability, so it is best to apply early. Learn more about parking.Return to Top
Activate Your University Student Account
This account provides access to the University IT systems, including email and Microsoft Office, and will be needed to complete steps in your enrollment process like submitting emergency contact forms and health records. Follow these steps to activate your University account.Return to Top
Submit Your Health Record and Emergency Contact Form
Once you activate your UHSP email account, complete your Emergency Contact Form and upload a scanned copy of your immunization record signed by a licensed health care professional to the Student Health Record Form prior to your orientation session.Return to Top
Purchase Your Laptop
Immunization Requirements for incoming students (must provide copies of documentation for the following):
- Measles, Mumps and Rubella immunizations (2-shot series) or titers
- Tetanus vaccine (within the past 10 years)
- Varicella immunization (2-shot series) or titers (history of chicken pox is NOT sufficient)
- Hepatitis B immunizations (3-shot series)
- Influenza vaccination (yearly every fall)
- PPD / TB test (must provide copy of documentation of results)
- COVID-19 vaccination. Read more here.
Submit a color photo of yourself in front of a plain, single-color background for your student ID card. Please email submissions by Monday, Aug. 2 to Sandy Scott, administrator, parking and access services, at email@example.com.
Purchase textbooks for the fall semester by Monday, Aug. 9.
Once you have registered for courses and activated your University student account, visit Campus Web to purchase your course materials and textbooks via the online bookstore. Shipping to campus is free.
Once you receive an email notification that your textbooks have arrived on campus, you can pick up your textbooks at the package pick-up counter located in the South Residence Hall.
Orders must be placed by Monday, Aug. 9 to ensure your materials are delivered before the first day of classes.
If you have any questions or need any assistance with your next steps, we are here to help. Please contact the Office of Admissions or your admissions representative at 314.446.8328 or firstname.lastname@example.org.