If you have been a degree-seeking student at UCM but haven’t enrolled in classes for at least one semester, you must apply for re-admission.
If you left UCM in good standing and want to return, simply complete the application and send in any official transcripts of school work completed in the time since your last enrollment at UCM. No application fee required! If you aren’t sure if you left in good standing give us a call!
If you left UCM due to suspension or dismissal, you will need to complete the Reinstatement Process after completing the application and sending any official transcripts of school work completed in the time since your last enrollment at UCM. For more information on the process click here.
You are community college student who plans to receive an associate degree and continue on for their bachelor's degree. Dual admitted students will receive advisement from UCM concerning their progression toward degree completion.
Dual admission is designed for community college students who plan to receive an associate degree and continue on for their bachelor's degree. This will make sure you are on the right track for academic planning. Dual admitted students will receive advisement from UCM concerning their progression toward degree completion. An updated degree audit will be made available in MyCentral. Each dual admitted student can receive, if they choose, a UCM ID card providing students with access to athletic events, the library and cultural events.
A student who is admitted to a community college may apply to UCM for dual admission
by submitting a completed admissions application. We also require proof of community college enrollment. If you have recently enrolled
in your first semester at community college, you can submit your course schedule to
us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. For students with completed community college coursework,
an unofficial transcript can be submitted.
When a dual admit student is a year out from fully transferring to UCM, he or she should let the UCM Office of Admissions know. They can do this by email, phone call or application to the Office of Admissions as a transfer student.
You would like to take a class or two but do not want to pursue a degree.
Visiting College Student: You’re currently attending another college or university, but you want to attend
Central Missouri for a semester and then transfer back to your home institution. You
must apply for admission and submit an unofficial transcript.
Visiting High School Student: You’re currently a high school junior or senior who has permission to enroll in
a limited number of university-level courses. You must apply for admission. Questions?
You have earned a bachelor's degree and wish to complete another at UCM.
Students who wish to obtain a second bachelor’s degree must hold a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution or an equivalent credential from a foreign institution recognized by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. You will apply using the UCM Application. A $30 application fee will be required. You must meet the University of Central Missouri transfer admission requirements.
Send your official college transcripts to:
Office of Admissions
University of Central Missouri
P.O. Box 800
1400 Ward Edwards
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Fax: (660) 543-8517
Early College Programs at UCM include High School Dual Credit, Innovation Track, MIC Innovation Track, Visiting High school and Project Lead the Way, to name a few.
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