- High School Students
- First-Year Students
- Steps in Applying
- What to Expect (High School vs. College)
- Academic Options at UCM
- For High Ability Students
- For Home-Schooled Students
- For Students with a GED or HiSET
- For Adult Students
- For Multicultural Students
- For Recently Admitted Students
- For Students with a Disability
- Bringing in Dual Credit
- Success Program
- Recently Admitted Students
- Transfer Students
- Dual Admission Students
- Non-Degree Seeking Students
- Visiting/Summer/Readmitted Students
- Parents & Family
- High School Counselors
- Student Financial Services
Paperwork for New Students
We know the number of forms we ask you to fill out before coming to UCM may seem overwhelming. To help, here is a checklist of most of the paperwork first year students need to complete. These forms are sent at various time throughout the summer, so don't worry if there is one you have not seen yet. Follow the instructions below to access and download any of the forms.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions. Completed documents can be returned to the appropriate contact person listed below.
|This form reserves your spot in the freshmen class.|
|The Honors College Application
The Honors College
|Interested in joining the Honors College? You must have a 25 or higher composite ACT score and a 3.5 high school GPA. Apply early in order to expedite your fall registration and enrollment. There is a $100 application fee charged to your student account if you are admitted to The Honors College.
|Immunizations||University Health Center
600 S. College Ave.
Warrensburg, MO 64093
The University Of Central Missouri Board Of Governors, per recommendation of The U. S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) and The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, requires all students present documentation showing immunity to Measles, Mumps, and Rubella and demonstrate a negative history for active tuberculosis. Submission of this information is required in order to continue enrollment at UCM.
|Mailed to students as they are accepted with housing assignments-mailed in late June. Print out form found at http://www.ucmo.edu/housing/agree.cfm and return to housing with a $100 deposit.|
|Meal Plan Agreement
|Mailed to students with housing assignment in late June and posted at www.ucmo.edu/housing to print off in late June.|
|Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)||
Student Financial Aid Services
|FERPA Release Form||
Office of Student Affairs
To permit access to, release, transfer or allow any other type of communication of personally identifiable information contained in education records to any party by any means; including oral, written or electronic communication.
|First-Year Parent Newsletter||Enrollment Management
|Parents, please sign-up for our free eNewsletter, an email designed to keep you up-to-date with the latest information regarding important dates and deadlines at UCM.|
|Student ID Center||UCM ID Center
Elliott Union, Suite 207A
|Students have the option to combine their UCM OneCard with a US Bank checking account to turn your card into a Visa debit card. View the Application and bring the completed application to your summer orientation date if you are interested in upgrading your ID to this debit card.|
|How to Find a Part-Time Job||Career Services
Elliott Union, Suite 302
|Use the Central Career Network to find a part-time job.|
|Other Items to Submit|
|High School Transcript||Office of Admissions
Warrensburg, MO 64093
An official, transcript of your high school work must be sent directly from your school to the university. Your school must submit a final transcript verifying high school graduation before you begin classes at Central Missouri. Send high school transcripts to the Office of Admissions.
Office of Assessment and Testing
|These tests—the College Level Examination (PDF), the Advanced Placement (PDF) test, and the International Baccalaureate (PDF) test—can earn you college credit at UCM. The scores should be sent directly from the testing agency to the Office of Assessment and Testing.|