If you are a transfer student, see next steps for admitted transfer students.
Apply for financial aid beginning Oct. 1 each year to qualify for state, federal and university grants. (UIW FAFSA code: 003578) Visit the financial aid page to learn more.
Meet with your admissions counselor to review your financial aid award letter. When ready, confirm your attendance to begin the enrollment process. This step does not apply to part-time or non-degree seeking students.
Your meningitis records must be submitted by fax to Health Services at (210) 829-3125, email at Healthsvcs@uiwtx.edu or the Patient Portal. The Office of Admissions cannot accept meningitis medical records. You may also bring them to the Health Services table during the orientation check-in.
By Texas State Law, no one is allowed to attend class unless meningitis records are received and approved for registration ten (10) days prior to the first day of classes. If your meningitis vaccine expires within six months of your college start date, your immunization is considered invalid and must be repeated if you are younger than age 22.
Send us your proof of Bacterial Meningitis vaccination here. This requirement only applies to students who are under the age of 22. Read the instructions.
Planning to live on campus? Residence hall assignments are on a first-come, first-served basis, so apply today. (Confirmation fee must be paid in order to apply.) A $225 housing deposit must be on file to process your application.
Students must submit a final official copy of their high school transcript that reflects their graduation date and final GPA. Students enrolled in dual credit courses must also submit an official college transcript. Students should also submit official ACT, SAT, AP or IB scores, if applicable.