Feb 26, 2020  
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [Not Current Academic Year. Consult with Your Academic Advisor for Your Catalog Year]

Admissions Appeal Process


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Freshman applicants to the University of Houston who do not meet regular admissions requirements may request further consideration by submitting a Freshman Admissions Appeal Form. An appeal to reconsider our original admission decision may or may not change the decision. Generally, less than 25 percent of the appeals will result in a changed admissions decision. Generally, less than 25 percent of the appeals will result in a changed admissions decision. Students are encouraged to appeal only if (1) their academic credentials (test scores and/or grades) have changed significantly or (2) they wish to provide additional information that further explains personal circumstances that may have affected their ability to meet admissions requirements.

  • For more information about the Freshman Admission Appeals process, please click here.

Transfer applicants that have been denied admission to the University of Houston or admission to a special major may request a new decision based on new grades and/or earning an Associate’s Degree. All applicants must submit a Transfer Admissions Recalculation Form and provide proof of a change in academic credentials. The submission of a Re-calculation form may or may not change the original admission decision.

  • To request a Transfer Admissions GPA Recalculation, please click here.

All Freshman Admission Appeal and Transfer Admission Recalculation decisions are final.