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UW Waives Application Fee in July for High School Seniors

June 24, 2014
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High school students planning to attend college in fall 2015 can apply in July to the University of Wyoming with no application fee. (UW Photo)

High school students scheduled to graduate in spring 2015 can get an early start on the college application process at no cost in July to attend the University of Wyoming.

Between July 1-31, 2014, the university’s Admissions Office will waive UW’s standard $40 undergraduate application fee for high school seniors preparing to attend college starting in fall 2015. Interested students can visit and click on the “First-Year Students” box for details and to submit applications.

“Getting an early start to the college search process allows seniors and their parents to explore all college options and discover UW’s great academic and out-of-class opportunities,” says Admissions Director Shelley Dodd.

While applications for admission must be submitted online by July 31, to qualify for the fee waiver, submission of official transcripts and ACT or SAT test scores can be completed in the early fall when seniors return for their final year of high school.

For more information, go to or call (307) 766-5160.

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