• High School/Community College Counselors

    Hello Counselors!

    We know that you play an important role in a student’s life.  In an effort to make your job easier, we have taken the liberty of listing our entrance requirements for freshmen and transfer students. Also, we would love to visit your school. If you would like for one of our representatives to visit your students, please check out our Meet your Counselor page to find out which Admissions Counselor is assigned to your area. You can also call or email our office and we will be glad to help however we can.

     

    Counselors for first time freshman (High School Seniors)

    For an incoming Freshman, the following information is required.

    1. Submit an application for admission. 
    2. Submit application fee.
    3. Submit official ACT/SAT scores.
    4. Counselors, please submit one transcript through the junior year when a student applies for admission and a final transcript after the student graduates. It is also helpful to have class rank and final grade point average on the transcript as well. We will also take ACT/SAT Scores from an official high school transcript if necessary.

    Please mail applications and transcripts to:

    The University of West Alabama
    Office of Admissions and Enrollment Management
    Station 4
    Livingston, Alabama 35470


    Fax Transcripts with cover sheet to: (205) 652-3881


    Admission Requirements

    Unconditional Admission*
    ACT 19 and above (composite)
    SAT 900 and above (combined critical reading and math)

    Conditional Admission*
    ACT 17-18 (composite)
    SAT 810-890 (combined critical reading and math)

    *Students must graduate high school with successful diploma type or complete GED*

    Community College Counselors

    For Incoming Transfer Students, the following information is required.

    1. Submit an application for admission. 
    2. Submit application fee
    3. A transfer student must have one official transcript sent directly from each college attended. If applicant is currently enrolled, one transcript must be submitted at the time of application and a final transcript at the completion of the term. A transfer student with less than 24 hours of credit will be required to send a high school transcript and ACT/SAT score as well as a college transcript

    Mail Transcripts in a sealed envelope to:  

    The University of West Alabama
    Office of Admissions and Enrollment Management
    Station 4
    Livingston, AL 35470