Admission Policies

Underwood University (UU) admits those who meet the following educational qualifications.
  • For undergraduate programs, successful applicants must have a diploma from an accredited high school or successfully passed the General Education Development (GED) test.
  • Either American College Testing (ACT) or Scholastic Aptitude Testing (SAT) score Underwood accepts.
  • The score for college average entrance is considered. For non-native speakers of English, results of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) for foreign students must be submitted or electronically transmitted to Underwood or it is recommended to provide a proof of English proficiency except for applicants seeking ESOL certificate program.
  • For the graduate program, successful applicants must have a conferred undergraduate degree from an accredite d university or college or its equivalent. Their grade point must be at least 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) from a bachelor’s degree.
  • Underwood University follows an open admissions policy for those who meet the educational qualifications. The decision for admissions will be made regardless of race, color, gender, and handicap, or national or ethnic origin according to our non-discriminatory policy.
  • Applicants will be assessed according to their academic background, moral character, and a personal statement of goals and faith.
  • Our admissions committee carefully reviews the records, recommendations, and personal statement of goals and after such review, recommends an applicant for admission. UU reserves the right to refuse admission to any applicants who do not meet our standards and criteria.