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    Here are the answers to the most frequently asked college admission and application questions.

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    Q:

    I graduated from high school 20 years ago, do I still need to submit my official transcripts?

    A:

    Possibly. You only need to submit your official high school transcript/GED if you are transferring in less than 24 semester hours and/or have less than a 2.5 cumulative GPA.

    Q:

    When I first went to college, I was pursuing a degree in Education so I know none of my credits will apply for my degree in Accounting. Do I still need to request my transcript from that school?

    A:

    Yes. Ursuline College requires that you submit official transcripts from all schools that you previously attended, even if the school wasn’t accredited or you failed the classes.

    Q:

    I’m looking at a couple of schools, are you able to tell me what might transfer before I submit official transcripts?

    A:

    Yes. We understand that returning to school is a big decision. If you have an unofficial transcript from all schools attended, the admission counselor would welcome the opportunity to review your transcripts and let you know what you would have remaining at Ursuline.

    Q:

    It’s been a long time since I was last in school, I worry that I won’t be successful.

    A:

    You are likely the typical student that UCAP supports! Whether you have been out of school one month or 20 years, we have support services in place to help you every step of the way. Ursuline offers academic advising, career counseling, career exploration, one-on-one tutoring, accommodations assistance, personal counseling, and the list goes on. We are here for you!

    Q:

    How quickly can I start class?

    A:

    With nine starts per year, there are plenty of opportunities for you to jump in and take a class. How quickly you start really depends on how quickly you can complete the application and submit your transcripts. While we can get you started with your unofficial transcripts, you will have one semester to secure your official transcripts.

    Q:

    Are scholarships available?

    A:

    Since the UCAP tuition is already discounted, internal scholarships are not available. We do encourage and welcome students to seek outside scholarships to help defray their costs. The UCAP admission counselor can provide you links to resources that will help you with your search.

    Q:

    My employer offers tuition reimbursement, how can I apply that?

    A:

    If you submit the tuition deferment form, a copy of your company’s policy, along with a check for $25, the College will defer your need to make a payment until the course has ended. Tuition is due in full 30 days after class ends.