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StampGeneral Requirements

Below are the admission requirements for students who plan to transfer from another college or institution.

Step 1

*Complete a UACCM Application for Admission ONLINE or PRINT and submit to the Admissions Office.

Step 2

* Provide results of ACT or COMPASS testing.

Scores are only valid for five (5) years.

Step 3

*Provide an official high school transcript or GED scores.

Must be an official high school transcript with a stamped school seal or General Educational Development (GED) scores. Please request that the institution mail the transcript directly to the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton, 1537 University Blvd., Morrilton, AR 72110. (If transcript is in a maiden name, please ask high school to indicate your current last name on form.)

Step 4

Provide shot record.

Arkansas State Law requires all students to provide proof of immunization for measles, mumps, and rubella for all students. (Two measles immunizations, one mumps immunization and one rubella immunization; MMR)

Step 5

*Provide an official transcript from all colleges attended.

Transfer applicants should submit an official transcript from all colleges attended. Please request that the institution mail the transcript directly to the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton, 1537 University Blvd., Morrilton, AR 72110. (If transcript is in a maiden name, please ask college to indicate your current last name on form.) Students who have successfully completed 15 college-level credit hours are not required to submit a high school transcript.

*These documents needed prior to admission and receipt of financial aid

If UACCM accepts an ACTS transfer course that has a 19 ACT reading requirement at UACCM, then all reading requirements will be satisfied for the transfer student.

University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton does not discriminate on the basis of sex, disability, race, color, national origin, creed, family, religion, or age in its admissions, access, or employment policies.