Bachelor's Program Admission Requirements
To be admitted to an undergraduate program at UoNA, applicants must:
- Complete and submit the UoNA Application for Admission form.
- Submit a personal statement of the reason for pursuing the undergraduate degree, the reason for selecting the particular program, and how the candidate’s background has prepared the applicant for success in the program and achievement of career or academic goals after graduation.
- Submit proof (diploma and transcript) of high school, GED, or evaluated, equivalent foreign institution transcript with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50.
- Submit the non-refundable $100 Application Fee (electronic payment, cashier/bank checks, or money order payable to “The University of North America”) in US currency.
- Submit a copy of a valid government-issued form of identification (a current passport or birth certificate, or, for Permanent Residents, a copy of the Green Card).
- Submit two letters of recommendation.
- If required by the admissions department, request an official academic transcript from the institution, which awarded the applicant’s highest degree earned, or request an evaluation from an authorized source for international credentials, to be received by the University no later than the end of the student’s second academic term.
- OPTIONAL: Results of an SAT, ACT, or English Proficiency test are not required for admission. However, an applicant can submit such scores in support of the application.
Information provided in these application materials is used by the University in making admissions decisions and may be verified through official transcripts and reference checks.