Apply to UMUC
Rolling admissions and start dates throughout the year make it easy to apply to UMUC.
Veterans: Get Started in Five Steps
1 Choose a degree program
To be eligible for veteran benefits, you need to pick an academic program. If you decide to change your major at a later date, general education requirements for bachelor's degrees are transferrable between programs.
2 Complete the Veterans On-Line Application, or VONAPP
3 Apply to UMUC
Begin Your Application
If you're transferring between one of our three divisions (U.S., Europe, and Asia), you don't need to reapply for admission, but you will need to complete a divisional transfer.
4 Submit your military transcript
Request your Joint Services Transcript, records from all previous institutions attended, test scores, and a copy of high school transcripts if you've completed fewer than 24 college credits.
Note: If you're an Air Force veteran, you should request your military transcript from the Community College of the Air Force instead of using the Joint Services Transcript.
Our specially trained military advisors can provide a tentative evaluation of your transcript, help you select your first classes, and help you develop a customized degree plan. We'll complete your official evaluation in four to six weeks.
5 Submit your Certificate of Eligibility
If you are using the Chapter 33 Post 9/11 GI Bill, send your Certificate of Eligibility to UMUC's Veteran Certification Office by fax to 240-684-2007 or e-mail to COEVA@umuc.edu. Note: Only students using Chapter 33 benefits need to submit a copy of their Certificate of Eligibility.
About the Application
It's easy to get started with our online application. You can complete your application now, or get started and return later to finish. We'll save your information so you can pick up right where you left off.
After you submit your application for an undergraduate or graduate program, you will be charged a $50 application fee. The application fee for the doctoral program is $100.
UMUC is an accredited online university that serves military students, spouses and family members, and veterans from three divisions—U.S., Asia, and Europe. If you reside overseas, please apply to UMUC Asia or UMUC Europe.
What Happens Next
Once you register for your first classes, check out our Get Started website with an introduction to the online classroom, tips for success, and a checklist to get ready for your first class.