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Rocket Hall 1830/1840
Dean's Office 419.530.3072
10 Easy Steps to help adult and transfer students get started at
The University of Toledo
Step 1 - Inquire! The University of Toledo has over 230 academic programs. Investigate, compare and decide which program is the right fit for you. Learn more about our Colleges and Programs.
Step 2 - Apply to UT! Complete undergraduate application for admission and pay the $40 non-refundable application fee. The application process takes several weeks, so apply as soon as possible, even if you are uncertain which program you ultimately want to declare. Once you are accepted, you can be recoded to a different degree program through the Office of Undergraduate Admission, provided you meet the admission requirements for the new program of choice.
Step 3 - Send Transcripts. Your application cannot be processed without your transcripts. If you are a transfer student, send in official copies of college transcripts from all institutions attended. If you are a first time college student, send in official copies of your high school transcript or GED scores.
Step 4 - Apply for Financial Aid. File a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online. For more information, visit UT’s Financial Aid Page. If you uncomfortable using a computer, you can visit Rocket Solution Central for help with filing your FAFSA online.
Step 5 - Wait. You should receive a letter in the mail to let you know if you have been accepted. If you need to check on your application status, you can call 419.530.UTUT (8888) for the Office of Undergraduate Admission, or, if you applied online, you can check with the pin number you established online.Step 6 - Register for Orientation! Following your acceptance letter and preceding the semester for which you applied, you will receive a booklet and invitation to attend a mandatory Rocket Launch, for new students, or Rocket Transition, for transfer students. Rocket Launch and Rocket Transition are required one-day programs designed to assist you in making the transition to UT and are valuable to any incoming student whether this is your first college experience directly from high school, you are transferring from another institution, or you are coming to school later in your life. The booklet contains complete instructions for online registration for orientation. You can also visit the Office of New Student Orientation online. Online ONLY students are exempt from this requirement, however they need to contact the Office of New Student Orientation for instructions at 419.530.1267 or toll-free 1.877.752.0005.
Step 7 - Take Placement Tests Prior to Rocket Launch or Rocket Transition. If you have never attended college, call or visit one of UT's testing sites. Transfer students will be informed in their Rockets email of any placement tests that are needed via your Transfer Credit Evaluation. Call your UT college student services office if you do not receive your Transfer Credit Evaluation e-mail. You can find the contact information for each UT College on our online admission page.
Step 8 - Attend Rocket Launch or Rocket Transition.
During Rocket Launch or Rocket Transition you will have an opportunity to:
· Meet with an adviser, and register for your classes
· Talk to a financial aid representative
· Obtain your Rocket Card
· Learn about UT service, activities and events
· Talk with current students and ask questions
· Learn about on-campus and off-campus housing
NOTE: If you are an ONLINE ONLY student, you do not have to come to campus. Your registration will be done by phone appointment. Call the academic advising office for your particular degree program. If you don’t know who to call, you can always contact the Office of Online Learning to get the appropriate contact information.
Step 9 - Make Payment. Login to the MyUT Portal, where you may waive health insurance or legal services on your bill, add a parking permit if needed and pay your total bill by check or credit card. If you have financial aid questions, or you don’t see your expected aid on your account, call Rocket Solution Central at 419.530.8700. Payments can also be made in person at Rocket Solution Central in Rocket Hall. UT offers a variety of payment methods, including VISA, MASTERCARD, and the Installment Payment Plan. For more information regarding payment and financial aid, contact Rocket Solution Central.
Step 10 - Purchase books. You can check the UT bookstore on campus or online to see what texts are required for your classes and purchase them. Students can also opt to use commercial online book retailers, but must be cautious to order the correct edition numbers.
Welcome New Rockets! Enjoy the Learning Adventure!
You may order a parking permit when you register for classes at Rocket Launch and it will be billed to you along with your balance of fees. Or, you can purchase a parking permit in the Parking Services Office located in Rocket Hall 1610.
The University of Toledo Student ID (Rocket Card)
After you have registered for classes, you will need to obtain a University of Toledo Student Identification Card (Rocket Card) in the ID Center in Rocket Hall Room 1610. (Online only students exempt.)
The University of Toledo Bookstore is located in the Student Union Room 1570 across from the food court. Bring your class schedule with you when you purchase your books. Orders can also be made online.
Office of Academic Access
Students with documented disabilities that would require services should contact the Office of Academic Access at 419.530.4981 for assistance. Please contact the Office of Accessibility as soon as possible so that they can be of assistance during the testing, advising and registration process.
If you have any further questions or concerns, please call the Office of Undergraduate Admission at 419.530.UTUT or 800.5TOLEDO, or e-mail us at email@example.com.