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Homeschooled Students

You Belong Here

Pursue your passions, find community, and achieve your goals at the University of Arizona. If you have taken more than one year of homeschool coursework, follow the guidelines for applying below.

How to Apply

First-Year Students

First-year homeschool applicants may self-report their grades or send a transcript for initial admissions consideration. All self-reported coursework must be verified prior to the start of your first year at Arizona with submission of an official final homeschool transcript, which must be signed.

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Transfer Students

Transfer applicants under the age of 22 who were homeschooled must submit an official, signed homeschool transcript for admissions consideration. Homeschool transcripts are waived for transfer applicants who are over the age of 22. If you've completed any post-secondary course work during or after high school, you will be asked to submit official college transcripts. In addition, high school transcripts will be required if you are interested in applying for federal financial aid.

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