How to Apply

Take the first step to becoming a Jimmie. Learn about admission criteria and the steps needed to apply for each of our programs.

Applying made easy.

We try to make applying to UJ as easy as possible. The application is free and should take no more than 15 minutes.

Let’s start the process by selecting what type of student you are:

This is for students interested in learning on campus. You’re classified as a first-year student if you graduated from high school in the U.S. or earned your GED, and you’ve never attended college.

We consider you an international student if you are not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, and are interested in earning your bachelor’s degree at UJ.

You’re classified as a graduate student if you’ve earned a bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college and are interested in earning your master’s or doctorate degree.

You’re considered a transfer student if you graduated from an accredited high school or earned your GED, and have X transferable credits and/or an associate’s degree from another college.

You are considered an undergraduate, online student if you, at minimum, graduated from an accredited high school or earned your GED, and are interested in earning your bachelor’s degree from home.

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Unmatched Support

We’re overachievers. Especially when it comes to supporting our students. With our WeCare program, dedicated faculty advisors, mental health counselors, a writing center, and more, we have the resources you need to succeed.

No ACT scores? No problem.

We believe in evaluating students who apply to UJ based on their whole person, not just test scores. We encourage all interested students to apply. Share your story. Share your spark. And show us why UJ is the right place for you.