Follow the steps below to apply for graduate admission to a degree program at the UA Gadsden Center.
The application fee is $50 for U.S. citizens and permanent residents and $60 for international students. The application fee is non-refundable. Applicants are encouraged to speak with an Enrollment Counselor prior to application submission.
*It is very important that you select the correct “Application Type”. The application type selected drives what you will see as available programs. Most applicants will select “Graduate Degree-Distance Learning”, unless you are applying as a non-degree seeking student or to a certificate program.
Applicants wishing to enroll in courses, but not earn a degree may apply as a non-degree seeking student. Students may take up to 12 semester hours under non-degree status. Non-degree applications must be approved by the academic unit. Taking non-degree coursework will not make you admissible if you do not meet the minimum admission requirements. Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for federal financial aid.
Non-degree applicants should follow steps 1-6 above. For application type, select “Non-Degree Seeking”.
Distance applicants must meet general admission requirements as outlined below. Some programs may have higher admission requirements. Please consult with an Enrollment Counselor before submitting an application.
For each institution of higher education (including community colleges) at which you have completed 15 or more credit hours, request one official transcript.
Please note that if you are a University of Alabama student, you do not need to provide a transcript for any University of Alabama classes.
If you have previously attended The University of Alabama, you must apply for readmission. You may access the application at www.apply.ua.edu. Scroll down to the Applying For Readmission section to find the online application. There is a required fee of $15.00 to apply for readmission.
Click here for financial aid information.
You may also qualify for one of several scholarships. Some are available through The University of Alabama.