When it comes time to make your college decision, don’t ask yourself where you want to go—ask yourself who you want to be. Do you want to be a deep thinker, pushing the limits of classroom learning? Do you want to be active, involved and engaged in your academic community? Do you want to create something eyeopening and impactful, whether it’s on a concert stage or in a laboratory? Do you want to be a leader, an innovator and a pioneer? If you’ve answered “yes” to all of the above, you’ve come to the right place. Welcome to the University of Montevallo.
PUBLIC LIBERAL ARTS EDUCATION The University of Montevallo is Alabama’s only public liberal arts university—in fact, we were one of the first in the country. That means you’ll be getting a quality liberal arts education without paying private school prices.
The Becoming sculpture across from Bowers Colonnade was designed by UM professor Ted Metz in 2001. About 40 students assisted Metz in casting the sixteen-foot hands out of 5,000 pounds of bronze. The sculpture represents a studentâ€™s potential for knowledge and growth, both academically and in character, as well as the support and guidance provided by professors.
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ADMISSIONS CHECKLIST If you are an incoming freshman and have not applied for admission, you should submit an application, $30 application fee, official high school transcripts, and ACT or SAT test scores. Students wishing to transfer to Montevallo from another institution must have completed 24 or more hours of credit and earned a minimum 2.0 college GPA. Students wishing to apply should submit an application, $30 application fee, and official transcripts from any and all universities attended. A student with less than 24 hours and an overall college GPA of 2.0 or higher is encouraged to apply, however additional information such as high school transcripts and standardized test scores will be required to complete the application file. Once all official documents have been received, your admission file will be evaluated within 2-3 business days and then you will be notified via mail. However, you may also contact the admissions office to check on the status of your application.
YOUR JOURNEY BEGINS NOW Congratulations, you’re accepted! Now, there are a few things you will need to do to prepare for orientation and the beginning of college. • Setup your forUM account • Register for orientation • Apply for housing • Apply for and/or accept financial aid and scholarships • Submit any final transcripts • Submit AP/IB/CLEP scores • Submit your Student Medical History Form and Tuberculosis (TB) Risk Questionnaire
Important Contact Information
Station 6030 Montevallo, AL 35115 205-665-6030 email@example.com
Financial Aid Station 6050 Montevallo, AL 35115 205-665-6050 firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Housing Station 6235 Montevallo, AL 35515 205-665-6235 email@example.com
Student Life Station 6565 Montevallo, AL 35115 205-665-6565 firstname.lastname@example.org
dates and deadlines December 1- priority deadline for freshman merit scholarships March 1- priority deadline for financial aid June 1- priority deadline for transfer merit scholarsihps
Accepted Student Reception Each year during the month of April, students who have been accepted to the University of Montevallo are invited to campus for an Accepted Student Reception. This is an opportunity for you to not only meet other incoming students, but you will also leave with a fall class schedule in hand.
College Night Every school celebrates homecoming in one way or another. But not every schoolâ€™s homecoming tradition is on display at the Library of Congress or featured as an answer on Jeopardy!ÂŽ. On the first Friday of February school spirit is on display in full force through events, performances and competition. The only question is: are you a Purple, or are you a Gold?