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Ursuline's community is strengthened by the presence of students from a wide range of ages, educational backgrounds and life experiences. You are considered an adult student applicant if you have been out of high school for more than two years and have not previously attended a college or university. We welcome you to apply for admission to our daytime degree programs.

Adult students wishing to enroll in evening courses should apply through UCAP, Ursuline College's Adult Accelerated Program. Please note that not all daytime program majors are available in the UCAP format. UCAP applicants must have at least 30 credits of earned college credit, among other requirements.

Daytime adult student applicants with no previously earned college credit must submit:
  • The undergraduate application 
  • Official high school transcripts or GED scores
Optional for adult applicants:
  • Recommendation letter 
  • Personal Statement (included in the online application)
  • Interview with an admission counselor
While no minimum grade point average is specified for admission to most academic programs, applicants must provide evidence of readiness for academic success at Ursuline College through the application process.