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The University of Advancing Technology

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Tips mention: Interview (3), ACT/SAT (0), Grades (4), Sports/Extracurriculars (0), College Essay (2)
Talk to an advisor, but I recommend against thisFeb 19 2017Computer Science
Talk to an advisor, but I recommend against this university.
I did nothing out of the ordinary to getFeb 26 2016Art & Design Department
I did nothing out of the ordinary to get in (SAT/essay/application).

What should you do to get in? Don't. I recommend you look elsewhere and avoid overpriced schools that only target popular topics like game development. You can generally identify them by their advertising - out of touch and gives you cringes and shivers. Listen to your cringes and shivers.

Feel free to contact me although I generally do not check that email too often.

When I applied I lived in AlabamaDec 22 2013Other
When I applied I lived in Alabama. I've moved all over America during my time at UAT Online. I wouldn't recommend anyone going to UAT in person, and/or with a dorm there. How could anyone possibly afford it? +$9,000 a semester!
The application was free, I also did an applicationApr 15 2013Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etc
The application was free, I also did an application for one of their scholarships and then there was a phone interview. Once accepted I toured the campus and went to one of their TechForums that are open to the public. I also had to talk with financial aid about paying for school, but we figured it all out and within 3 months I started.
This university accepts anyone who can pay $35,000 aNov 24 2012Computer Science
This university accepts anyone who can pay $35,000 a year to attend school. Prove that you can afford to go, and you're in. Also, this school targets gamers and geeks, so show an interest in geek culture on your application. Don't go too in-depth about your "geek" hobbies though, as the administrators will not understand.

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