University of Houston-Downtown will hold a special admissions event, “It’s Not Too Latte,” featuring on-the-spot admission reviews for those who bring their official transcripts and a $35 application fee from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 12, on campus at 1 Main St. in downtown Houston.
UHD’s spring semester classes begin Tuesday, Jan 19, and students who arrive on campus this Saturday will find experts who are ready to help them.
“UHD has many popular majors and new degree programs in social work and insurance and risk management,” said Jose Cantu, admissions director. “We will have experts on hand this Saturday that can help students with the admissions process and who will be able to answer questions about our programs. We want to make everything smooth for those who are new to UHD, those who are returning to college and those who are changing careers.”
All activities are scheduled at the Admissions Office on the third floor of the One Main Building. The regular deadline for incoming freshman to apply for admission for the spring semester is Wednesday, Dec. 16. UHD will also process late applications from freshmen through Jan. 4, and a $75 late fee applies.
New transfer students have until Monday, Jan. 4, to apply for admission; a $35 fee and official transcripts are required. UHD will process late applications from transfer students through Jan. 11, and a $75 late fee applies.
To apply for UHD admission online, go to http://www.uhd.edu/admissions/application.html and select the appropriate link.
Admitted students will see an adviser before registering for classes through UHD’s online registration system.