FRESHMAN

Start your journey.


Whether you love to create, have a knack for business or even if you’re unsure where your passions lie, at Ozarks we’ll help your promise find its purpose and give you the tools to move forward: Informed; Empowered; and Prepared.


ADMISSION CRITERIA

We want you to go boldly into the future, using the things that make you different to make a difference in the world.

Applicants are evaluated on an individual basis. We take a more holistic approach, taking into account courses and grades, GPA, ACT or SAT test scores, and volunteer or service activities in your school or the community.

More importantly, our admission staff will work with you to ensure that Ozarks is the best place to enhance who you are for the future you want. Feel free to contact us with further questions.


High School Transcript

ACT/SAT/TOEFL

High School Transcript

Letter of Recommendation

Academic Writing Sample

Interview with a Member of the Admission Committee

Student Profile – Choose 1 additional requirement from below:

  • Community Service or Involvement
  • Extracurricular activities
  • Personal or Group Achievements

Test Opt FormsStudent Profile

No matter where you’re coming from, at University of the Ozarks we’ll meet you where you are, and give you the tools to go further.

APPLICATION PROCESS

1. Fill out the application.

Completed applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Applicants are typically notified of the admission decision within two weeks of the file being completed for review.

2. Send your transcripts.

Official transcripts – send from an electronic service directly from your school.

Unofficial transcripts – send to explore@ozarks.edu

3. Send your supporting docs.

ACT – school code 0120.

SAT – school code 6111.

Test optional – Send to explore@ozarks.edu

4. Pay your deposit.

Submit your $200 deposit to secure your spot in the class once you’ve received notification of acceptance.

We know college is a huge financial decision and it’s one you should take seriously. College is an investment in how you want to live the rest of your life. It impacts your professional choices, your future income, and your personal life.

WHAT OUR STUDENTS DO

UNIVERSITY THEATRE TO PRESENT “SYLVIA” APRIL 26-28

University of the Ozarks Theatre will wrap up its 2018-19 season with a three-show performance … Continue Reading

HARMON TO HIGHLIGHT FIRST FRIDAY ON MAY 3

Local musician Ryan Harmon will highlight the second First Friday in downtown Clarksville, scheduled to … Continue Reading

LATIN AMERICAN ENSEMBLE TO PERFORM APRIL 15

University of the Ozarks will present The Ozarks Music Connection: The Latin American Ensemble of … Continue Reading