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  • The Talented 10% - Admissions - University of Memphis
    Association Update Your Information Receive University updates and the Memphis magazine Clubs and Chapters Get involved and stay connected to the UofM Make a Gift Your contribution can make a difference Lambuth Chapter Lambuth Graduates Reconnect with fellow alumni Upcoming Events Mark your calendar for these upcoming events Photo Gallery View annual collections of the Alumni Association Photo Gallery News Stay up to date with Memphis Matters Continue to positively impact American education so every student recieves optimal teaching and learning every day READ MORE fa fa angle right Veterans Resource Center Supporting the transition from military life to civilian life Veterans Benefits and Certifications Learn about Veterans Educational Benefits and Certifications Get Credits Toward your Degree Receive college credit for military experience skills and training Online Degree Programs Top provider of more than 50 online degree programs See his story Vietnam veteran Michael Sasseen completed his degree by earning Experiential Learning Credit ELC from his past experiences authoring a book and working with war veterans with PTSD Admissions Freshmen Transfer Readmit Graduate Law International High School Freshmen Getting Started Application Checklist Request Information Meet Your Counselor Visit the Campus Academic Programs Career Services Undergraduate Catalog Campus Life Apply for Admissions Admission Requirements Comprehensive Review Talented 10 Residency Information EVEA Application Deadline Border County Waiver Non Resident Tuition Application Fee Waiver Apply Now What to Expect Acknowledgement Application Review Admission Decision Early Credit and Placement Advanced Placement Intl Baccalaureate Dual Enrollment Credit Math Placement COMPASS Testing Center After Acceptance Orientation Advising Registration ID Card Parking Fee Payment Home Admissions Freshmen The Talented 10 Recruiting the Top 10 Percent of High School Graduates September 4 2015 The University of Memphis is pleased to announce the launch of a new recruitment program called the Talented 10 As the only institution in the Tennessee Board of Regents system classified by the prestigious Carnegie Foundation as a Research University with High Activity RU HA and the university with the largest Honors Program in the state the UofM plans to cast a wider net across the country to attract the top 10 percent of every graduating high school class to contribute to the generation of new scholarship and innovative ideas This recruitment initiative will intensify the UofM s focus on academic excellence enhance its national and regional diversity increase access and extend its efforts to target students whose multiple intelligences and talents are exhibited in a variety of ways A primary goal of the state of Tennessee and at the University of Memphis is to increase degree completion rates National data continue to show that high academic performance during the high school years is one of the best predictors of timely graduation Jon Erickson former president of the ACT stated in an interview with the Chronicle of Higher Education last week that the ACT score is one quality measure I still see the high school record and transcript as being definitive That s long term behavior which is typically your best predictor of success in

    Original URL path: http://www.memphis.edu/admissions/freshmen/talented10.php (2015-11-11)
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  • Residency Information - Admissions - University of Memphis
    Residency Information EVEA Application Deadline Border County Waiver Non Resident Tuition Application Fee Waiver Apply Now What to Expect Acknowledgement Application Review Admission Decision Early Credit and Placement Advanced Placement Intl Baccalaureate Dual Enrollment Credit Math Placement COMPASS Testing Center After Acceptance Orientation Advising Registration ID Card Parking Fee Payment Home Admissions Freshmen Residency Information Residency Information The full description of the TBR policies governing residency for fee paying purposes is located on TBR s website TBR Residency Policy You will see that in general the policies can be summarized as follows If a student s primary source of support is the parents then at least one of the parents must be a resident of the state of Tennessee for the student to count as in state NOTE If a student has begun his or her studies as an in state student the student stays in state as long as he or she remains continuously enrolled even if the parent subsequently moves to another state If the student is emancipated i e not supported primarily through the parents a student must have their domicile in the state of Tennessee Normally a student establishes domicile by residing in Tennessee for at least two regular fall or spring semesters before enrolling full time at a college or university in Tennessee Students who have been residents of Tennessee for less than the normal period must clearly establish that they moved to Tennessee for reasons other than educational purposes before enrolling at a college or university in Tennessee Some examples of documentation could be copies of a lease or mortgage information TN driver s license utility bill TN voter s registration etc As long as an out of state student is continuously enrolled full time at an institution of higher education in Tennessee the assumption is that they are here primarily for educational purposes The spouse of a student classified as in state shall also be classified as in state Note the spouse must be a student A copy of the marriage certificate should be provided An out of state student attending the University of Memphis on a part time basis 11 hrs max for undergraduate students and 8 hrs max for graduate students may pay fees at an in state rate in a given semester if they can establish prior to the beginning of the semester that he or she is employed full time in the state of Tennessee A letter of employment must be provided by the employer each semester Information should be included verifying that the student is employed full time minimum of 37 5 hours per week An active duty military personnel whose Home of Record is Tennessee but who is stationed elsewhere is considered an in state student for fee paying purposes Applicants who provide evidence that they have been transferred by their employer to Tennessee will be considered in state A letter from the employer is required prior to the beginning of the semester for documentation Students who

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  • Eligibility Verification for Entitlement - Admissions - University of Memphis
    with Memphis Matters Continue to positively impact American education so every student recieves optimal teaching and learning every day READ MORE fa fa angle right Veterans Resource Center Supporting the transition from military life to civilian life Veterans Benefits and Certifications Learn about Veterans Educational Benefits and Certifications Get Credits Toward your Degree Receive college credit for military experience skills and training Online Degree Programs Top provider of more than 50 online degree programs See his story Vietnam veteran Michael Sasseen completed his degree by earning Experiential Learning Credit ELC from his past experiences authoring a book and working with war veterans with PTSD Admissions Freshmen Transfer Readmit Graduate Law International High School Freshmen Getting Started Application Checklist Request Information Meet Your Counselor Visit the Campus Academic Programs Career Services Undergraduate Catalog Campus Life Apply for Admissions Admission Requirements Comprehensive Review Talented 10 Residency Information EVEA Application Deadline Border County Waiver Non Resident Tuition Application Fee Waiver Apply Now What to Expect Acknowledgement Application Review Admission Decision Early Credit and Placement Advanced Placement Intl Baccalaureate Dual Enrollment Credit Math Placement COMPASS Testing Center After Acceptance Orientation Advising Registration ID Card Parking Fee Payment Home Admissions Freshmen Eligibility Verification for Entitlement Eligibility Verification for Entitlements Act Your University of Memphis e mail account and password are required to log in Tennessee law requires ALL NEW STUDENTS interested in enrolling at a college or university in Tennessee to provide proof of their legal presence before state benefits will be provided To accommodate this law the University of Memphis will accept this information soon after a student is granted admission This law can be satisfied by submitting one of the following The FAFSA Free Application for Federal Student Aid preferred A valid regular Tennessee driver s license or photo identification license A temporary Tennessee driver s license temporary identification license or out of state license is NOT acceptable A valid unexpired Permanent Resident Card Form I 551 with picture A valid unexpired US passport A certificate of citizenship N560 or N561 A certificate of naturalization N550 N570 or N578 A US citizen identification card I 197 I 179 A valid unexpired Foreign Passport with visa stamped Processed for I 551 Non Resident Alien Canadian Border Crossing Card Permanent Resident Re Entry Permit I 327 Refugee Travel Document I 571 A valid unexpired Foreign Passport with valid visa in a category that permits study at an institution of higher education Any document determined by the U S Department of Homeland Security to be acceptable through the Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements SAVE program EVEA can also be satisfied by submitting a valid government issued picture ID including a regular driver s license temporary driver s license government issued DL ID card from any US state Employment Authorization Document Form I 766 together with one of the following A valid unexpired Permanent Resident Card Form I 551 without a picture An official birth certificate issued by a US state jurisdiction or territory except for Puerto

    Original URL path: http://www.memphis.edu/admissions/freshmen/evea.php (2015-11-11)
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  • Application Timeframe - Admissions - University of Memphis
    Be True Blue and join the Alumni Association Update Your Information Receive University updates and the Memphis magazine Clubs and Chapters Get involved and stay connected to the UofM Make a Gift Your contribution can make a difference Lambuth Chapter Lambuth Graduates Reconnect with fellow alumni Upcoming Events Mark your calendar for these upcoming events Photo Gallery View annual collections of the Alumni Association Photo Gallery News Stay up to date with Memphis Matters Being the first one in my family to attend college READ MORE fa fa angle right Veterans Resource Center Supporting the transition from military life to civilian life Veterans Benefits and Certifications Learn about Veterans Educational Benefits and Certifications Get Credits Toward your Degree Receive college credit for military experience skills and training Online Degree Programs Top provider of more than 50 online degree programs See his story Vietnam veteran Michael Sasseen completed his degree by earning Experiential Learning Credit ELC from his past experiences authoring a book and working with war veterans with PTSD Admissions Freshmen Transfer Readmit Graduate Law International High School Freshmen Getting Started Application Checklist Request Information Meet Your Counselor Visit the Campus Academic Programs Career Services Undergraduate Catalog Campus Life Apply for Admissions Admission Requirements Comprehensive Review Talented 10 Residency Information EVEA Application Deadline Border County Waiver Non Resident Tuition Application Fee Waiver Apply Now What to Expect Acknowledgement Application Review Admission Decision Early Credit and Placement Advanced Placement Intl Baccalaureate Dual Enrollment Credit Math Placement COMPASS Testing Center After Acceptance Orientation Advising Registration ID Card Parking Fee Payment Home Admissions Freshmen Application Timeframe Deadline to Apply In order to expedite the processing of your application you are strongly encouraged to adhere to the timeline provided in the table below There are several actions that must take place by both you the applicant and the Office of Admissions before an application decision can be made Following the initial submission of your application you will be notified of any additional documentation needed by the Office of Admissions You re advised to monitor both your regular mail sent to the mailing address on file in the Office of Admissions and your personal e mail account Domestic Applicants If you plan on attending in the Fall July 1 If you plan on attending in the Spring December 1 If you plan on attending in the Summer May 1 Domestic applicants applying for readmission who left the University of Memphis on suspension must be fully readmitted by the following dates Fall August 1 Spring December 15 Summer May 1 International Applicants If you plan on attending in the Fall May 1 If you plan on attending in the Spring September 1 If you plan on attending in the Summer February 1 International applicants applying for readmission who left the University of Memphis on suspension must be fully readmitted by the following dates Fall August 1 Spring December 15 Summer May 1 At the University of Memphis the deadline for scholarship consideration is February 1 for

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  • Border County Tuition Waiver - Admissions - University of Memphis
    card for books and food Give to UofM Your gift to the Parent Fund makes the UofM a better place Continue to positively impact American education so every student recieves optimal teaching and learning every day READ MORE fa fa angle right Join Now Be True Blue and join the Alumni Association Update Your Information Receive University updates and the Memphis magazine Clubs and Chapters Get involved and stay connected to the UofM Make a Gift Your contribution can make a difference Lambuth Chapter Lambuth Graduates Reconnect with fellow alumni Upcoming Events Mark your calendar for these upcoming events Photo Gallery View annual collections of the Alumni Association Photo Gallery News Stay up to date with Memphis Matters Being the first one in my family to attend college READ MORE fa fa angle right Veterans Resource Center Supporting the transition from military life to civilian life Veterans Benefits and Certifications Learn about Veterans Educational Benefits and Certifications Get Credits Toward your Degree Receive college credit for military experience skills and training Online Degree Programs Top provider of more than 50 online degree programs See his story Vietnam veteran Michael Sasseen completed his degree by earning Experiential Learning Credit ELC from his past experiences authoring a book and working with war veterans with PTSD Admissions Freshmen Transfer Readmit Graduate Law International High School Freshmen Getting Started Application Checklist Request Information Meet Your Counselor Visit the Campus Academic Programs Career Services Undergraduate Catalog Campus Life Apply for Admissions Admission Requirements Comprehensive Review Talented 10 Residency Information EVEA Application Deadline Border County Waiver Non Resident Tuition Application Fee Waiver Apply Now What to Expect Acknowledgement Application Review Admission Decision Early Credit and Placement Advanced Placement Intl Baccalaureate Dual Enrollment Credit Math Placement COMPASS Testing Center After Acceptance Orientation Advising Registration ID Card Parking Fee Payment Home Admissions Freshmen Border County Tuition Waiver Border County Tuition Waiver The University of Memphis accommodates students from border counties in Arkansas and Mississippi with a waiver of the non resident portion of regular tuition Listed below are the eligible counties Arkansas Crittenden County Mississippi DeSoto County Marshall County Tunica County Tate County Interested students from one of the eligible counties must meet the following academic qualifications to be eligible for the waiver These criteria are not used to determine admission to the University of Memphis These criteria are used solely to determine whether a student qualifies for the Border County Tuition Waiver Eligibility Criteria for the Border County Tuition Waiver Freshmen students must present a minimum ACT composite score of 20 or SAT equivalent OR a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 2 75 Transfer students with less than 24 attempted hours must meet First Time Freshmen criteria Undergraduate students must be admitted into a degree seeking program Admitted graduate students are not required to meet any additional academic criteria Graduate and Law students must provide documented proof of permanent residence in one of the eligible counties Graduate and Law students can receive the waiver as non

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  • Non-Resident Tuition - Admissions - University of Memphis
    Lambuth Graduates Reconnect with fellow alumni Upcoming Events Mark your calendar for these upcoming events Photo Gallery View annual collections of the Alumni Association Photo Gallery News Stay up to date with Memphis Matters Being the first one in my family to attend college READ MORE fa fa angle right Veterans Resource Center Supporting the transition from military life to civilian life Veterans Benefits and Certifications Learn about Veterans Educational Benefits and Certifications Get Credits Toward your Degree Receive college credit for military experience skills and training Online Degree Programs Top provider of more than 50 online degree programs See his story Vietnam veteran Michael Sasseen completed his degree by earning Experiential Learning Credit ELC from his past experiences authoring a book and working with war veterans with PTSD Admissions Freshmen Transfer Readmit Graduate Law International High School Freshmen Getting Started Application Checklist Request Information Meet Your Counselor Visit the Campus Academic Programs Career Services Undergraduate Catalog Campus Life Apply for Admissions Admission Requirements Comprehensive Review Talented 10 Residency Information EVEA Application Deadline Border County Waiver Non Resident Tuition Application Fee Waiver Apply Now What to Expect Acknowledgement Application Review Admission Decision Early Credit and Placement Advanced Placement Intl Baccalaureate Dual Enrollment Credit Math Placement COMPASS Testing Center After Acceptance Orientation Advising Registration ID Card Parking Fee Payment Home Admissions Freshmen Non Resident Tuition Non Resident Tuition The University of Memphis received permission to reduce non resident tuition There are some different ways this reduction is applied based primarily on geography This tuition structure applies to all non resident students both current and future who attend the University of Memphis The approved proposal created three categories of non resident student Click the label of each link below to discover exactly what the new program entails for each group Border County Residents Click to apply as a Border County Applicant There is no change in tuition charges for those students who reside in one of the 5 bordering counties Qualified border county students will continue to receive the in state equivalency the same as always 250 R Program Undergraduate students who attend HS within the 250 mile radius Click to apply as a 250 R Program Applicant Students who attend ed a high school which is contained in a 250 mile radius of the University of Memphis are eligible for this substantial tuition reduction This list of qualifying high schools is sorted by state to help easily clarify which schools are included in the new tuition rate Students who receive the 250 R Program tuition rate will also receive a cap on the non resident portion of their tuition at 12 credits This benefit means students are charged the equivalent of in state tuition rates on any credits over 12 in a given term Non Resident Tuition Students who attended HS outside of 250 mile radius Click to apply as a Non Resident Applicant Undergraduate students who attend ed a high school beyond a 250 mile radius of the University of

    Original URL path: http://www.memphis.edu/admissions/freshmen/nonres_tuition.php (2015-11-11)
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  • Freshman Application Fee Waiver - Admissions - University of Memphis
    the Parent Fund makes the UofM a better place Being the first one in my family to attend college READ MORE fa fa angle right Join Now Be True Blue and join the Alumni Association Update Your Information Receive University updates and the Memphis magazine Clubs and Chapters Get involved and stay connected to the UofM Make a Gift Your contribution can make a difference Lambuth Chapter Lambuth Graduates Reconnect with fellow alumni Upcoming Events Mark your calendar for these upcoming events Photo Gallery View annual collections of the Alumni Association Photo Gallery News Stay up to date with Memphis Matters Continue to positively impact American education so every student recieves optimal teaching and learning every day READ MORE fa fa angle right Veterans Resource Center Supporting the transition from military life to civilian life Veterans Benefits and Certifications Learn about Veterans Educational Benefits and Certifications Get Credits Toward your Degree Receive college credit for military experience skills and training Online Degree Programs Top provider of more than 50 online degree programs See his story Vietnam veteran Michael Sasseen completed his degree by earning Experiential Learning Credit ELC from his past experiences authoring a book and working with war veterans with PTSD Admissions Freshmen Transfer Readmit Graduate Law International High School Freshmen Getting Started Application Checklist Request Information Meet Your Counselor Visit the Campus Academic Programs Career Services Undergraduate Catalog Campus Life Apply for Admissions Admission Requirements Comprehensive Review Talented 10 Residency Information EVEA Application Deadline Border County Waiver Non Resident Tuition Application Fee Waiver Apply Now What to Expect Acknowledgement Application Review Admission Decision Early Credit and Placement Advanced Placement Intl Baccalaureate Dual Enrollment Credit Math Placement COMPASS Testing Center After Acceptance Orientation Advising Registration ID Card Parking Fee Payment Home Admissions Freshmen Freshman Application Fee Waiver Freshman Application Fee Waiver The University of Memphis has begun accepting application fee waivers for new freshman applicants for fall spring and summer terms All new freshman applicants are required to either pay the application fee or submit one of the approved application fee waiver documents before their application can be considered for admission There is no advantage or disadvantage in using an application fee waiver The application fee waiver replaces the fee and qualifies an applicant only for consideration Only new freshmen students are eligible for an application fee waiver at this time including both traditional high school to college students For more information contact the Recruitment Office at recruitment memphis edu to find out more To qualify for an application fee waiver students must provide one of the following approved documents National Association for College Admission Counseling NACAC Application Fee Waiver Request Form ACT SAT Fee Waiver provided by your local High School Counselor Participation in the Federal Free or Reduced Lunch Program Status as a ward of the state or placement into foster care Please send documentation by email to admissions memphis edu or by regular mail to Office of Admissions 101 Wilder Tower Memphis TN 38152 Freshmen Getting

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  • Application Acknowledgement - Admissions - University of Memphis
    food Give to UofM Your gift to the Parent Fund makes the UofM a better place Most proud of my accomplishment of graduating with a degree in accounting in three years with Summa Cum Laude and Honors READ MORE fa fa angle right Join Now Be True Blue and join the Alumni Association Update Your Information Receive University updates and the Memphis magazine Clubs and Chapters Get involved and stay connected to the UofM Make a Gift Your contribution can make a difference Lambuth Chapter Lambuth Graduates Reconnect with fellow alumni Upcoming Events Mark your calendar for these upcoming events Photo Gallery View annual collections of the Alumni Association Photo Gallery News Stay up to date with Memphis Matters Continue to positively impact American education so every student recieves optimal teaching and learning every day READ MORE fa fa angle right Veterans Resource Center Supporting the transition from military life to civilian life Veterans Benefits and Certifications Learn about Veterans Educational Benefits and Certifications Get Credits Toward your Degree Receive college credit for military experience skills and training Online Degree Programs Top provider of more than 50 online degree programs See his story Vietnam veteran Michael Sasseen completed his degree by earning Experiential Learning Credit ELC from his past experiences authoring a book and working with war veterans with PTSD Admissions Freshmen Transfer Readmit Graduate Law International High School Freshmen Getting Started Application Checklist Request Information Meet Your Counselor Visit the Campus Academic Programs Career Services Undergraduate Catalog Campus Life Apply for Admissions Admission Requirements Comprehensive Review Talented 10 Residency Information EVEA Application Deadline Border County Waiver Non Resident Tuition Application Fee Waiver Apply Now What to Expect Acknowledgement Application Review Admission Decision Early Credit and Placement Advanced Placement Intl Baccalaureate Dual Enrollment Credit Math Placement COMPASS Testing Center After Acceptance Orientation Advising Registration ID Card Parking Fee Payment Home Admissions Freshmen Application Acknowledgement Application Acknowledgement Following completion and successful submission of the online application you will receive an immediate confirmation of receipt One to three business days after submission your application online or paper will be reviewed by an admissions analyst Following this review you will receive an official acknowledgement message The acknowledgement message will arrive in your personal e mail account if provided on the application or by standard mail approximately one to three days following review The acknowledgement message will provide you information on how your application is being processed including term of application and student level This information is important for you to know in the event something is incorrect on the application you can contact our office to correct it Please note Once an application has been submitted online you will be unable to make corrections or updates yourself You will also receive your University of Memphis assigned ID in the acknowledgement message This ID is referred to as your student ID Banner ID or U number The ID is important as you move through the admissions enrollment process This acknowledgment message should not be

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