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The online application for admission is broken down into several small sections. Please complete the information in each section, review your information at the end, then submit your application. Keep in mind that:

  • All fields marked with an asterisk (*) on the application are required.
  • You must click the ‘Submit’ button to send your application to our Office of Admission. You’ll have a chance to review your application before you submit it.

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Applicant Information

Hidden Fields

Applicant Name
Please enter your full legal name in the fields below. Your legal name is your name as listed on your official government record (Birth Certificate, Social Security Card, Passport, etc.).

If you are married and you now go by your spouse's last name, or if you have legally changed your name, enter your former last name.

If you go by a name other than your legal first name and you'd prefer that we call you by that name, enter that name above. (Example: Your name is William, but you prefer to be called Bill.)
Your Contact Information

College Plans

What do you think you might choose as your major? If you aren't sure, just pick "Undecided" from the list.

Financial Aid
If you plan to apply for financial aid, we urge you to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Ozarks’ code is 001094. Complete you FAFSA at

Housing Plans

Demographics & Veteran Information

Your answers to these questions will not be used in a discriminatory manner.

Please enter your birthday in MM/DD/YYYY format.

U.S. citizens and permanent residents are asked to provide information about race/ethnicity for statistical purposes. Please check all that apply. This information is optional - it has no bearing on the admission decision and will be used only as outlined in our privacy policy.
Veteran Information
Please answer the following questions pertaining to your status as a Veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces or Reserve, or as the dependent of a Veteran. Your answers to these questions will not be used in a discriminatory manner. 

Family Information

Education Background

High School
Please answer the questions below about your high school, home school, or other pre-college background.

Begin typing your high school name to find it.

You will need to submit your high school transcripts before an admissions decision can be made. Please upload them here or send them to your admissions counselor. 

Test Scores
The fastest way to get an admission decision is to submit your ACT and/or SAT scores. However, University of the Ozarks emphasizes a holistic admission application review and we believe that factors other than standardized test scores can predict a student's potential to succeed in college. Therefore, we no longer require applicants to submit ACT or SAT scores as part of the admission process. This is called a "test-optional" application process.

Applicants who decide to apply test-optional will receive full consideration for admission, without penalty.

Enter your highest ACT composite score. Valid score values are 1 to 36.

Enter your highest SAT composite score. For tests taken before March 1, 2016, enter your combined Critical Reading and Mathematics score. Valid score values are 400 to 1600. For tests taken on March 1, 2016 or later, enter your combined Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, and Math score. Valid values are 400 to 1600.
You will need to submit your official test scores before an admissions decision can be made. Please upload them here or send them to your admissions counselor. 

Applying Test-Optional

As a test-optional applicant you will be required to:
  1. Submit official high school or home school transcript OR GED scores
  2. Submit a letter of recommendation
  3. Submit an academic writing sample
  4. Submit a resume or student profile
  5. Interview with a member of the Admission Committee
In addition, you'll need to choose one of the following and submit supporting evidence showing your involvement.
  • Community service or involvement
  • Extracurricular activities
  • Personal or group achievement
We'll send you a follow-up email message with more information after you've submitted your "test-optional" application.
Please enter the information requested below for each college you have attended.

Begin typing your college name to find it.

Enter the number of hours you earned at this college. If you aren't positive, enter your best estimate. This will help us know if you're enrolling at Ozarks as a transfer.

If you know your college GPA, enter it here. If you aren't sure, it's Ok to leave this field blank.

Because you answered "Yes" to the question above, you will need to send a letter of explanation to the Office of Admission. You may submit this below or send it to your counselor later.

Jones Learning Center

The Jones Learning Center (JLC) is designed to serve students with documented learning disabilities, Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD), or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) with average or above-average intellectual abilities. This program is available for an additional fee. 
To complete your application, you will need to submit your most recently completed comprehensive psycho-educational evaluation. To make an admission decision, we prefer an evaluation completed within the last three years.

Based on an initial review of your application and available testing, you may be invited to visit campus for an interview. If your psycho-educational evaluation is not current or comprehensive, you may choose to schedule testing to update your documentation at this time for an additional fee.

If you do not have this now, you can submit it to your counselor later.

Greystone Preparatory School

United States Service Academy Information

Congressional Nomination

Senator #1 Nomination

Senator #2 Nomination

Additional Nomination Sources

Medical Information

You have indicated you have had a 504 plan. Please contact Greystone Administration to discuss.
Supplemental Information

You have indicated you have been expelled from school. Please contact Greystone Administration to discuss.

You have indicated you have been arrested. Please contact Greystone Administration to discuss.

Additional Information

All of the questions below are optional. Your answers will not be used in making your admission decision. However, by answering these questions, we will gain a better understanding of you, as an individual, and may be able to better guide you in the admission process.