Applications

    New Users: Create an account. Once logged in, click Start New Application at the bottom of the page to begin a new application. 

    Returning Users: Once logged in, click on the appropriate in-progress application to continue or click a submitted application to view your Application Status page and checklist.

    If you are unsure of what degree to apply for, see the Degrees page.

     

    Returning users:

    Click Log In below to enter your email address and password used when creating your account.
    If you don't remember your password,
     request an application password reset.

    Log in

    First-time users:

    New users who have never created an account. Have your email easily accessible when creating an account; a temporary PIN will be sent to you after account creation. 

    Create an account


    Traditional Undergraduate Admissions:
    • General admissions questions: email admissions@umo.edu or contact Admissions directly.
    • Online application issues or questions:  call 919-658-7794
    Adult Undergraduate & Graduate Admissions:
    • General admissions questions: email online@umo.edu or contact your Admissions Representative directly.
    • Online application issues or questions:  call 919-658-7795
    School of Agriculture & Biological Sciences Summer Camps:  
    Admissions information can be found here.

    Completing the application online is the preferred method, but if you are unable to do so a writeable pdf application is available on the Admissions Documents page as well.
     
    Right of Refusal: The University of Mount Olive reserves the right to refuse admission to any applicant or re-admission to any student or to dismiss any student whose conduct is judged detrimental to the University program or community. Applicants wishing to appeal Right of Refusal admission or re-admission decisions may appeal in writing to the Admissions Review Committee. Included in the written appeal should be documentation to support the reasons for the appeal. Students wishing to appeal dismissal decisions may make appeal in writing to the Vice President for Student Affairs as described in the University of Mount Olive Student Handbook Student Code of Conduct.