Admitted Students

Next Steps: Information for Admitted Students

Congratulations on your admission to Saint Augustine’s University! We are excited about you joining us and look forward to you being a part of our community of scholars. Following these steps will help ensure your successful enrollment in the upcoming semester. *Note that all documents must be mailed to the Office of Admissions and will take 7-8 business days to be processed.

To be reviewed for eligibility for state, federal and institutional financial aid such as grants, scholarships, loans, or work study, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Contact the Office of Financial Assistance at 919.516.4131 if you have questions.

Confirm your plan to enroll at SAU by completing an Intent to Enroll Form and submitting your non-refundable enrollment deposit.

Freshman students must pay a $200 enrollment fee to reserve a spot in the freshman class. Transfer students are required to pay a $200 matriculation fee to reserve a spot for the upcoming semester. You may pay online by credit card or contact the cashier at 919.516.4070 to submit your payment over the phone.

If you would like to live on campus you will be required to complete a housing application, after you submit your enrollment deposit. Please note you must pay the enrollment deposit before the Office of Residence Life will schedule a housing assignment. All housing assignment are based on a first come, first serve basis. Contact the Office of Residence Life if you have not received your housing assignment at 919.516.4326.

Orientation dates are scheduled from midsummer during June & July. All new freshmen students are required to attend this mandatory orientation. During this orientation students will pre-register for classes, finalize submission of financial aid and admissions documents, and receive financial obligations. Click here for information about orientation. Questions? Call the Office of First Year Experience at 919.516.4580 or 1.800.948.1126.

All entering freshmen students must submit an official high school transcript. Acceptance to the university is provisional upon receipt of the final high school transcript, which includes the date of graduation and official school seal.

Saint Augustine’s University admissions policies are consistent with the mission of the institution and do not discriminate against applicants, students, or employees, based on race, color, creed, religion, gender, national origin, age or disability. In addition, Saint Augustine’s University seeks to promote a multinational and multiracial student population by recruiting and enrolling students without regard to race, gender or ethnicity.