Yes, Counselors, we included a page just for you.
Here you can find information on application deadlines, scholarship deadlines, links to online applications your students may need, and the ability to check the status of your students’ applications online. We are always available to answer your questions, so do not hesitate to call us at 1-800-292-4349 or 205-665-6030.
Update: The Admissions Office is now accepting electronic high school transcripts via DocuFide. If you have a DocuFide account, you are more than welcome to send transcripts and they will be considered official transcripts.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is your application deadline?
For an entering freshman student, the fall priority deadline is August 1.
For an entering transfer student, the fall priority deadline is August 1 and the spring priority deadline is December 1.
What is your scholarship process and deadline?
An entering freshman wishing to be considered for academic scholarships must be admitted to the university by December 1. There is not a separate application; the admission application serves as your scholarship application. However, the Montevallo Ambassador Program Scholarship (M.A.P.S.) and the Montevallo Ambassador Leadership Scholarship (M.A.L.S.) do require a résumé and potential interview on campus. Please visit the Scholarships page to learn more.
A student transferring from a two-year community college must be admitted by June 1 prior to enrolling in the fall term.
What if my student doesn’t meet the admissions criteria?
The Office of Admissions encourages all students to apply for admission to the University. Students not accepted based off of admissions criteria and wishing to appeal the admissions decision should contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions for further instruction.
Are there leadership-based scholarships and/or departmental scholarships?
Yes, the University of Montevallo does offer scholarships based upon a student’s involvement and extracurricular activities in school. Students not meeting the criteria for academic-based scholarships are encouraged to submit a résumé, along with completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) as demonstrated need is also considered in awarding such scholarships. Leadership-based scholarships are generally awarded in February and March.
The University offers some departmental scholarships for entering freshmen: those departments generally are Music, Theatre, English, and Art.
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Can I check my student's status online?
Visit our Online Status page to check the status of your student’s application. Contact the Office of Admissions at 1-800-292-4349 to obtain your ID and password.
My student has been accepted—now what?
- If the student wants to live on campus, then they should submit a housing application.
- We also strongly encourage students to complete the FAFSA.
- Once the student is accepted, they should have received the necessary medical health forms that need to be completed prior to attending New Student Orientation.
- Attend one of our New Student Orientation sessions.