Second Bachelor's Degree

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Second Bachelor’s Degree applicants are students who hold a bachelor’s degree and wish to obtain another bachelor’s degree.

New second bachelor’s degree seeking students (who are not former USA students) should submit a new undergraduate application along with the appropriate application fee.

Apply Online


Admission requirements for Second Bachelor’s Degree seeking students are located at:

A credit/debit card is required to pay the $35 application fee online.
Do not submit an online application if you have submitted an undergraduate application and application fee within the past year.

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.

For submitting applications by mail or hand delivery, download a printable USA application by clicking on Undergraduate Application, then mail or hand deliver along with check or money order to the provided address for the Office of Admissions.  The paper application fee is $45.

Former USA undergraduate students who have not enrolled three consecutive semesters (or graduated, were transient, or on suspension/dismissal) need to apply for readmission. See the Undergraduate Readmission link below for the undergraduate readmission form and instructions. Returning USA students should NOT submit the online undergraduate application and application fee.

If you have specific questions about your application status, please call the Office of Admissions at (251) 460-6141 or e-mail

International students may call the Office of International Services at (251) 460-6050 or e-mail


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