Admission

Students enrolled at the University of Arizona during the current Spring 2022 semester, as graduate or undergraduate, do not need to apply to Summer Session and are already eligible for registration.

Information for readmission can be found here. For more information contact the Office of Admissions and New Student Enrollment at the address below.

Office of Admissions
The University of Arizona
P.O. Box 210073
Tucson, AZ 85721-0073

Email: admissions@arizona.edu
Phone: (520) 621-3237
Website: arizona.edu/future-students

Incoming freshman and transfer students that will be pursuing a degree through the University of Arizona must submit a Domestic Application for Admission. For more information contact the Office of Admissions and New Student Enrollment at the address below.

Office of Admissions
The University of Arizona
P.O. Box 210073
Tucson, AZ 85721-0073

Email: admissions@arizona.edu
Phone: (520) 621-3237
Website: arizona.edu/future-students

The Summer-Winter Session office does not admit International students. International students attending for the first time but not pursuing a degree through the University of Arizona must contact the Office of Admissions and New Student Enrollment at the address below.

Office of Admissions
The University of Arizona
P.O. Box 210073
Tucson, AZ 85721-0073

Email: admissions@arizona.edu
Phone: (520) 621-3237
Website: arizona.edu/future-students

The summer application is live

If you will be attending the University of Arizona for the summer only, please click the application link above. Once you fill the application out and submit with payment, the admissions process will begin. An email will be sent to you with further instruction, along with your Student ID number and Pin number. This application is good for summer only. It will not allow you to register for Fall 2022.

  1. Please be advised that international applicants will be required to satisfy all conditions listed in the International Applicant Instructions and Information section below. The University of Arizona does not issue visa documents for non-degree studies.
  2. Consult the Schedule of Classes for registration information.
  3. Non-degree students are not eligible for scholarships or financial aid.
  4. No more than twelve (12) graduate units taken as a non-degree student may be eligible to apply toward an advanced degree awarded at the University of Arizona. It is important that you contact your future department concerning the acceptance and total number allowed of non-degree units.
  5. Academic advising for applicants who have not identified a degree program is available at the Graduate College, Administration Building, Room 322, (520) 621-7815.
  6. Social Security Number Policy: The disclosure of a student's social security number is voluntary. The social security number will be used to identify student records and to facilitate registration, transcript requests, certification requests and to certify attendance.

  1. A domicile affidavit must be filed by each domestic applicant (U.S. citizen or national) applying for graduate admission to the University for the first time and by each domestic applicant who is returning after an absence of one or more regular semesters.
  2. Every person whose domicile is not in the state of Arizona is required by law to pay tuition in addition to other fees and charges. For information contact the Residency Classification Office, Administration Building, Room 210, (520) 621-3636.

Proof of immunization against measles and rubella is a University requirement. All students born after December 31, 1956, are required to show proof of immunization against both measles and rubella since 1980. Questions may be addressed to: The University of Arizona, Student Health Service, P.O. Box 210095, Tucson, AZ 85721-0095. Please visit the Campus Health website for more information.

The University of Arizona does not issue visa documents for non-degree studies. You must currently be in the United States on a visa that is valid for the full length of time you wish to study. Please note that some visa types do not permit non-degree studies. You must receive advising and application approval in person from the Graduate Admissions Office or the International Center. Non-degree applications from international applicants will not be accepted through the mail.

As a non-immigrant, you must satisfy the following requirements to be eligible for non-degree admission:

  1. You must be in good standing with regard to your visa status.
  2. If you are currently enrolled in study elsewhere, you must be in good academic standing at that institution.
  3. If English is not your native language, you must submit evidence of a minimum TOEFL score of 550 (213 CBT), taken within two years of your intended date of enrollment. This policy may only be waived if you have completed two years of full-time upper division academic study or have received a bachelor's degree or higher from an institution in the U.S., English-speaking Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia or New Zealand.
  4. You must have earned a degree that is considered comparable to the U.S. bachelor's degree. You may be required to submit transcripts and/or degree certificates. The Graduate College will determine your eligibility based upon the educational background information you provide.
  5. For up to date information, please contact the International Admissions office at intladmissions@email.arizona.edu

Application for Graduate Non-degree Admission

Mail your application and fee to:
The University of Arizona
Graduate College

P.O. Box 210066
Tucson, AZ 85726-0066

Direct future correspondence to:
The University of Arizona
Graduate College

P.O. Box 210066
Tucson, AZ 85726-0066

Phone: (520) 621-3471

In order to attend any classes for credit at the University of Arizona, you must apply to the university so that you are able to register and earn course credit for your attendance.

These courses are held during the summer session. In order to apply to the university, please go to our website, www.summer-winter.arizona.edu and fill out the application. Make sure you choose the SUMMER ONLY application. This application will allow you to get admitted into the university for summer only. You will not be eligible to enroll in the fall semester. If you are a grad student, please contact the grad college at 520-621-3471. You need to submit an application through the grad college.