WHAT TO EXPECT AFTER SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION
Now that you have filled out an application, review the program to which you are applying's admissions page to make sure you have also submitted and/or requested all of the required information and credentials. Missing information or credentials delays application processing and may affect your chances for admission.
Prospective Student Portal
You are able to check the status of your submitted application materials through the Prospective Student Portal located at the following website: http://ucdenver.edu/myucdenver. The checklist in the portal allows you to see when items have been “initiated” or requested by you all the way through “completion” which means they have been received by the College.
Your username and password will be the same one you used for your application. Please note that this checklist is manually updated by admissions staff and there may be a delay between receipt of materials and your checklist being updated especially at peak application times (December through February). Please be patient.
Once we have checked in all of your materials, your portal will display a message that reads "You have no pending applications." This message, while often confusing for applicants, just means we have everything and you can relax because your part of the application is complete!
Applications and credentials submitted for admission become the property of the University of Colorado Denver. Keep a copy of your application for your personal records.
Please remember not to send in any credentials or information by fax as an alternative to official documentation (even if the deadline is tomorrow – they will not be accepted).
Missing information or credentials delays application processing and may affect your chances for admission. Incomplete applications cannot be reviewed until the necessary items are received. Most items sent by mail typically require 10 days to two weeks to reach our office, as well as additional time to be processed.
CONFIRM YOUR INTENT TO ENROLL AND RESERVE YOUR SPOT
When you receive your admission decision, be sure to carefully review the letter. The letter must be returned along with your $200 enrollment deposit and postmarked by the stated deadline on the confirmation form in order to reserve your place at the University of Colorado Denver. Please be sure to keep a copy of the letter for your records.
KEEP YOUR MAILING ADDRESS CURRENT
You will receive mailings and important documents at the address you put on your application regarding admission, registration, and orientation, as well as other information. If your address changes after you’ve submitted your application, notify the College of Architecture and Planning immediately at email@example.com. Please include your full name and student ID number in all correspondence.
List a valid and active e-mail address on your application. Keep your e-mail updated at all times. If your mailing address changes or is no longer valid, notify the College of Architecture and Planning Include your full legal name and student id number in your e-mail.