If you want a career change, or to return to college, the University of South Alabama makes it easy to pursue a second bachelor’s degree. Not everyone finds themselves the first time around.
South welcomes students with open minds, flexible schedules and boundless curiosity. Scholarships and financial aid are available. Many academic credits can be applied to new degree programs.
Is a second bachelor’s degree worth it? Contact the Office of Admissions at 251-460-6141 or email@example.com to get information on programs and details on how to get a second bachelor’s degree.
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If you prefer to mail in your application, print out the application form, fill it out and mail it to:
USA Office of Admissions
2500 Meisler Hall
390 Student Center Circle
Mobile, AL 36688-0002
The undergraduate application fee is valid for one year. If you have paid an undergraduate application fee within the past year, you may request to update your undergraduate application to a different term. This will help you avoid paying another application processing fee. To request your application be updated, please complete the Change of Entry Term Request Form.
Second Bachelor’s Degree applicants are students who hold a bachelor’s degree and wish to obtain another bachelor’s degree.
Required Official Documents: Official transient form which must include verification of good standing from the home institution.
- Official college transcript showing the bachelor’s degree; if the student attended more than one college, an official transcript from each college or university attended is required.
Requirements for Admission
- Minimum cumulative grade-point average of 2.0 is required for admission (GPA used is that which is computed by USA Admissions).
At this time, the University of South Alabama is accepting self-reported information that will be considered with your application for admission. All the information will be verified and your admission will be contingent on receipt of official documents. Please complete the Transfer Self-Reported Form.