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What’s next?

This page is your guide to taking the next steps toward joining the University of Utah Asia Campus.


Spring 2024

Monday, February 12 ~ Thursday, February 16 - New Student Orientation

Monday, February 19 - Spring Semester Classes Begin

Friday, March 8 - Tuition Payment Due Date


Fall 2024

Monday, August 19 ~ Thursday, August 22 - New Student Orientation

Monday, August 26 - Fall Semester Classes Begin

Friday, September 13 - Tuition Payment Due Date

  • To save your spot at the UAC, confirm your intent to enroll and pay the non-refundable $1,000 enrollment deposit. Your deposit will be applied in full to your first tuition payment.

    Please refer to the Next Step email to check your Enrollment Deposit Deadline. If you have not received your Next Step email or wish to request a deadline extension, please contact the Office of Admissions at asiacampus@utah.edu.

    For instructions on how to pay your deposit, please click the button below.

    Enrollment Deposit

  • Complete and submit your application for the New Horizon and the Opportunity Scholarships.

    US applicants are also eligible to apply for financial aid. Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for grants, loans, and work-study. For more information, please visit https://financialaid.utah.edu/

  • Your Campus Information Services (CIS) account is your student portal where you register for classes, apply for housing, view grades, find your tuition invoice, and more.

    Your log-in credentials are: Your uNID# (included in your admissions letter) and your default password is your birthdate (MMDDYY)

    Campus Information Services (CIS)

  • While logged in to CIS also create your UMail Account

    Once you start your studies at the U Asia Campus, all official university communications will be sent to your UMail.

  • Undergraduates at the University of Utah Asia Campus are recommended to live on campus for the entirety of their program. Students are housed in furnished residence hall buildings that have lounges, a laundromat, exercise facilities, and a cafeteria. The U Asia Campus provides a safe, convenient, comfortable, and healthy living environment that is shared with students from other universities on the Incheon Global Campus. Please visit the link here to find out more about student housing.

    How to Apply:

    1. Complete the online housing application - the application form will be emailed to you once you confirm your intent to enroll.
    2. Submit a Tuberculosis test (TB test) result.
    3. Pay the housing fee, which will be included in your tuition invoice. DO NOT pay the IGC housing directly.

    For more information about housing, please contact Dr. Terence Turner, Assistant Dean of Students, at terence.turner@utah.edu or orientationUAC@gmail.com


  • Admitted students must submit final high school and/or college transcripts to the Office of Admissions as soon as they are available.

    Students who fail to submit these transcripts may be prevented from registering for courses.

    • To check what documents you are missing, check your status on Application Tracker and submit all documents marked in red (X).

    Application Tracker

  • A student visa (D-2) is a prerequisite before departure for Korea and may be obtained from the Korean Consulate in your jurisdiction. You can apply for your student visa once you receive a Certificate of Admission from the University.

    The Certificate of Admission can only be issued three months prior to the start of the classes, and our visa specialist, Jung A Seo (junga.seo@utah.edu), will contact you to provide you with information after you confirm your intent to enroll.

    For the student visa application process, we recommend you reach out to the Korean Consulate office in your jurisdiction to seek advice.


    Important Notice to All International Students (Non-Korean Citizens)

    Due to the increase in the number of applicants for student visas (D-2), we are getting report of significant delays in making appointments with the Korean Consulate offices in your jurisdiction. We strongly encourage you to contact the Korean Consulate in your jurisdiction and start the visa process as soon as possible to ensure you can obtain your visa before classes start. To find the Korean Consulate in your jurisdiction, please click here.