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The first step in your journey is to explore our diverse options of degree programs. With over 50 areas of study, you're sure to find a degree that matches your interest!

Apply

Have you found a degree that you'd love to study? Great! You can apply anytime. To get started, simply click the apply button and follow the steps.

Submit Transcripts

After you've finished filling out your application, you'll need to finish the process by submitting your official transcripts to the Office of Admissions.

Submit your official transcripts from all high schools/colleges attended via PDF to admissions@carolinau.edu or mail to:

Carolina University
Office of Admissions
420 S. Broad St.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101

Optional: submit your official ACT or SAT scores using act.com or collegeboard.com. If you include our school code when taking the ACT/SAT, scores will be sent directly to CU.*

ACT Code: 3142
SAT Code: 5555

Undergraduate Admissions Requirements

  • A high school diploma or GED
  • GPA of 2.0 or higher
  • Official transcripts from all previously attended schools
  • Completed application with Carolina University

Submit all documents to admissions@carolinau.edu. Additional program specific admissions requirements may apply and can be found on the program pages.

Contact Admissions

Recruitment, Enrollment, & Marketing Officer
Grace Hall
Recruitment, Enrollment, & Marketing Officer
Grace Hall G203

Visiting Students

Are you looking to take a handful of classes at Carolina University for transfer to the institution where you're currently enrolled? If so, submit the Undergraduate Application and then have the registrar at your school complete the Visiting Student Transfer Credit Form and submit it to admissions@carolinau.edu. You'll also need to email us your official transcripts.

Questions?

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*Though standardized test scores (SAT/ACT) are not required for admission to the university, there are cases in which a student may benefit by submitting scores. These include Academic Scholarship evaluation and athletic eligibility. It is within the applicant's discretion to determine whether it is necessary to submit scores.