Students walking on campus.
New students at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) learn about life as a Charger during orientation in July 2023. Anyone interested in becoming a UAH student can apply at no cost during Alabama College Application Campaign (ALCAC) Free App Week, Feb. 19-23, 2024, when UAH will waive the usual $30 application fee.
Michael Mercier | UAH

Applying for admission to The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) is always easy, but during the week of Feb. 19-23, it’s also cost free. As a participant in the Alabama College Application Campaign (ALCAC) Free App Week, UAH will waive the usual $30 application fee. The waiver code is ALCAC2024. UAH is a part of The University of Alabama System.

“UAH is committed to innovation and leadership in education, research and civic engagement. This is only possible with a diverse community of students and scholars who are constantly propelling us forward,” says Chris Pinto, director of undergraduate admissions. “We hope Free College Application Week will be an opportunity for talented future Chargers to join this incredible community that is transforming Huntsville and our world.”

UAH is one of the nation’s premier research universities, offering a challenging hands-on curriculum that ensures our graduates are prepared to become tomorrow’s leaders. Students can choose among 94 degree programs in our eight colleges: Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; Business; Education; Engineering; Honors; Nursing; Science, and Graduate School.

All programs at UAH are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

The robust academic environment at UAH is complemented by a vibrant campus life featuring 170 student-run organizations, 14 fraternities and sororities and 15 NCAA sports.

Current students at UAH hail from 49 U.S. states and 59 countries. This year’s enrollment of 8,743 includes an incoming freshman class with an average ACT score of 26.7 and an average GPA of 3.92. Once they graduate, these students typically go on to earn a higher average early salary ($71,000) and mid-career salary ($127,000) than most of their peers across Alabama.

Visit UAH Admissions for more information.

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