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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The University of Antelope Valley aspires to enroll applicants who are committed to graduating. The University of Antelope Valley offers “rolling admissions,” which means that students can apply and be accepted anytime throughout the calendar year. Program start dates vary by program. See the catalog addendum for start dates.

Applicants desiring to attend the University of Antelope Valley on-ground campus must meet with an Admissions Representative to complete an application and Enrollment Agreement. On-ground applicants are encouraged to tour the campus prior to starting class. Students enrolled in online programs must speak with an Admissions Representative and submit the paperwork either through mail or electronically. Applicants must complete the browser check to ensure that they can access the online campus.

Certificate Program Admission Requirements

Applicants must submit during enrollment: 
• UAV Enrollment Application 
• All applicants must pass an entrance assessment (administered at the University). The passing score on the entrance test is 13 for all certificate programs except for Vocational Nursing, which requires 16. Applicants who have earned a degree from a regionally or nationally accredited institution with at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA do not have to take the entrance examination. 
• Graduates from a foreign institution must be comparable to a United States secondary school. International transcripts must be translated by a NACES approved evaluation service (Payment of the evaluation is the student’s responsibility).

Applicants must submit (within 30 days of program start date): 
• Government Issued ID/Driver’s License 
• Evidence of high school graduation, or the equivalency, such as a GED Score.
• Additional Program Admissions Requirements (if applicable)

Associate Degree Admission Requirements

Applicants must submit during enrollment: 
• UAV Enrollment Application 
• All applicants must pass an entrance assessment (administered at the University) with a score of 16. Applicants who have earned a degree from a regionally or nationally accredited institution with at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA do not have to take the entrance examination. 
• Graduates from a foreign institution must be comparable to a United States secondary school. International transcripts must be translated by a NACES approved evaluation service (Payment of the evaluation is the student’s responsibility).

Applicants must submit (within 30 days of program start date): 
• Government Issued ID/Driver’s License 
• An official transcript verifying high school graduation, or the equivalency, such as a GED Score. 
• Additional Program Admissions Requirements (if applicable)

Bachelor Degree Admission Requirements

Applicants must submit during enrollment: 
• UAV Enrollment Application 
• All applicants must pass an entrance assessment (administered at the University) with a score of 16. Applicants who have earned a degree from a regionally or nationally accredited institution with at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA do not have to take the entrance examination. 
• Graduates from a foreign institution must be comparable to a United States secondary school. International transcripts must be translated by a NACES approved evaluation service (Payment of the evaluation is the student’s responsibility).

Applicants must submit (within 30 days of program start date): 
• Government Issued ID/Driver’s License 
• An official transcript verifying high school graduation, or the equivalency, such as a GED Score. 
• Additional Program Admissions Requirements (if applicable)

Masters Degree Admission Requirements

Applicants must submit during enrollment: 
• UAV Enrollment Application 
• An official transcript verifying high school graduation, or the equivalency, such as a GED Score. 
• Provide official transcripts documenting an earned Bachelor Degree from a nationally or regionally accredited institution with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0. 
• Graduates from a foreign institution must be comparable to a United States secondary school. International transcripts must be translated by a NACES approved evaluation service (Payment of the evaluation is the student’s responsibility).

Applicants must submit (within 30 days of program start date): 
• Government Issued ID/Driver’s License 
• Additional Program Admissions Requirements (if applicable) 

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