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Toapply for admission to The University of Toledo, a prospective new student must submit the following initial materials:
· a completed and signed application for admission
· a $30 non-refundable, non-creditable application fee (check or money order) payable to: The University of Toledo.
· Academic credentials (for first-year students):
anofficial high school transcript or results of the tests of General Educational Development (GED)
results from either the ACT or SAT
Results from the ACT or SAT can be sent directly from the testing company to UT; the ACT code for UT is 3344 and the SAT code for UT is 1845. A test score also can be submitted as part of the high school transcript.
Ifan Ohio resident has not yet taken one of these tests, an application for admission can be submitted and the applicant can be reviewed for admission consideration without a test score, but a test score must be forwarded to UT after the completion of the test. Non-Ohio residents must score either a 21 ACT composite or a 1000 SAT combined for admission consideration; non-Ohio residents with strong college preparatory curriculum who do not meet test score requirements will be reviewed on an individual basis.
Test results are used at UT for academic scholarship appropriation purposes and for use in placing first-year students in appropriate college-level course work. It is to the applicant's benefit to submit test results to the University to assist in meeting educational goals. Ohio residents, however, who have been out of high school for one year and non-Ohio residents who have been out of high school for two years need not submit test results for admission consideration.
Applications to The University of Toledo are accepted throughout the year and decisions are made on a rolling basis. Because an applicant must first be admitted before applying for financial aid, scholarships and on-campus housing, and because there is limited space in certain programs, it is recommended that applicants request early admission early. UT notifies students of their admission status within 4-weeks of all application materials being received by the Office of Admissions.
Torequest the appropriate application materials for undergraduate admission to The University of Toledo, please write or call:
The University of Toledo
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
2801 West Bancroft Street
Toledo, Ohio 43606-3398
(419) 530-8888 or 1-800-586-5336
You may also wish to visit our Web site at: http://www.utoledo.edu/admissions/admission-information.htmlx for more information.