Checklist Item Descriptions and Instructions

If you have questions about any checklist items that is not explained on this page, please feel free to contact the Office of Admissions.

  ACCUPLACER*   The ACCUPLACER exam is given in the University's Testing Center in Brister Hall. Please visit the Testing Center's website for exam dates >
  Credentl Eval (www.naces.org)   Education credentials for all international students must be reviewed before the University of Memphis can consider a decision. Please visit our NACES Instructions page for additional information.
  Educational Objective Applicants with little or no college credit are expected to submit an educational objective. Emphasis should be placed on experiences you had since leaving high school or college that will make you a successful college student.  Download the educational objective form >
  Guardianship Documents   Guardian documents are court ordered documents showing that the guardian you declare is court appointed. For questions, regarding guardianship documents, please contact the Office of Admissions.
  ProofCitizen/LawfullyPresent**   Tennessee Law requires that all enrolled students provide certain documentation before tuition or financial aid can be assessed. Learn more about EVEA >
  Selective Service Registration   Federal law requires all male U.S. citizens, regardless of where they live, and male immigrants, whether documented or undocumented, residing in the United States, who are 18 through 25, to register with Selective Service. For additional information and instructions for registering, please visit Selective Service Registration.
  UG Application Fee   The undergraduate application fee at the University of Memphis is $25 (one-time fee). Fee waivers are accepted in certain circumstances. Learn more about fee waivers and see if you qualify >
  English Proficiency   The University of Memphis requires applicants from nations whose primary language is not English to satisfy English proficiency prior to admission.  Learn how English proficiency can be satisfied >