Start Your Application Process
No matter where you are in your educational journey — undergraduate, graduate, transfer, international or dual enrollment — UWA is pleased to welcome you! We want to make sure you have all the information you need before you give us your application, including fees, supporting documentation needs and links to our Application Portal.
College is one of the most important times in your life. Over the next four years, you’ll learn and grow in ways that you never could’ve imagined, and we want to make your application process as easy and painless as possible.
At UWA, we welcome students, faculty and staff from all corners of the globe. We prepare you for the next step in your life, whether it is graduate school or moving on into your career; whether you remain in the United States or return home.
International Student Admissions Highlights
Whether you’re a freshman, transfer student, exchange student or graduate student, making the move to go to school in a different country can be difficult. Our goal is to make applying for admission at UWA easier.
Transfer students are a vital part of our student body here at UWA. We are committed to easing your transition to academic life at the University of West Alabama.
Transfer Student Admissions Highlights
UWA has partnerships with various community colleges in Alabama and Mississippi. Students wishing to self-evaluate coursework taken at a partner institution may use the transfer equivalency guides found here.
Dual Enrollment Students
Get a head start on your college degree. You can arrive on campus with college credits under your belt, graduate ahead of schedule, and start your career sooner.
Tuition & Expenses
Here’s where you can find a consolidated list of your Student Budgets and Cost of Attendance (COA) numbers, including tuition, living expenses and meals (where applicable), books and other fees.
High School and Community College Counselors
Counselors play an important role in a student’s life. In an effort to make your job easier, we’ve documented both our entrance requirements for freshmen and transfer students and the process for having one our representatives visit your students,