The University of Mount Olive has seven locations across the state of North Carolina, each offering
accelerated degree programs for working adults. We give students gives
students the perfect opportunity to start their college career or
further their educational endeavors toward an associate or baccalaureate
degree with our nontraditional programs. Small classes, caring faculty
and staff, and affordability will help you reach goals you never thought
Step 2: Submit all official college and/or military training transcripts (if applicable).
Please note: High
school transcripts may be requested for financial aid or
validation purposes. SAT or ACT scores may be requested if the applicant
is under the age of 21.
Step 3: Pay a $50 confirmation deposit (not required for previous UMO students)
Step 4: Meet with an Admissions Representative, Financial Counselor, and Academic Advisor to register for courses.
Don't forget to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) if you would like to receive financial aid!
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Information:Every
college has a satisfactory academic progress policy, and students
failing to meet the minimum SAP requirement will not be able to retain
their federal, state and institutional aid. Our SAP policy has two
components and the students are required to meet or exceed both of them:
Grade Point Average (GPA) and PACE – the rate at which a student is
progressing towards a degree.