AU to waive application fee October 18-22



The University of Alabama will waive the application fee for prospective undergraduate and graduate students from Monday, October 18 through Friday, October 22. This applies to national and international students.

According to UA News, Free App Week aims to “empower potential students” by making them more financially accessible to apply to college.

It currently costs $ 40 to apply to the University. The average cost an application for college admission is $ 43 and the most common fees are $ 50.

“The AU continues to be a sought-after destination for talented undergraduates,” said Dr. Matthew McLendon, associate vice president and executive director of enrollment management. “In fact, we have just hosted the largest freshman class in the history of the establishment. The Free App Week extends our reach and gives all students the opportunity to find out how UA can be a perfect fit for them.

Those who wish to apply during Free Applications Week must submit their details on the Undergraduate Admissions Office. Free Apps Week Webpage. Applicants will then receive instructions to submit an undergraduate application for free.

The Free App Week also applies to the graduate schools of the University. In order to maintain a graduate application exemption, students are required to register on the Free Apps Week Page.

Applications and supporting documents, including unofficial transcripts, must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. CST on October 22 for the application fee to be waived.

International students can only apply for the summer and fall 2022 terms due to the time required to process international applications.

Questions? Send an email to the News department at [email protected]


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