Apply to Shippensburg University

At Shippensburg University, we’re here to inspire each of our students in all areas of their lives, in a hands-on, supportive environment. Take the next step and apply today!

Find the appropriate application for you and get started on the first step in an exciting journey.

If at any point you have questions or want more information, don't hesitate to contact the Office of Admissions.

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Undergraduate Application

This application is for high school students and those interested in the online degree completion program.

Get started on your undergraduate application. 

Graduate Application

This application is for students who are interested in a graduate or doctoral program at Ship. This also applies to current graduate students interested in transferring to Shippensburg University to complete a graduate program.

Get started on your graduate application. 

Transfer Application

This application is for students who are interested in transferring to Ship from a community college or a four-year institution.

Get started on your transfer application. 

Military and Veteran Applicants

We’re thankful for your service and here to help you navigate the process of fulfilling your academic goals. Learn more about our support services for veterans

International Applicants

We’re ready to help you find your way to Ship.

Get started as an international applicant. 

Non-Degree Applicants

This application process is for those interested in completing non-degree coursework at Ship.

Get started as a non-degree applicant.

Readmission Applicants

This application process is for students who previously attended Shippensburg University and want to reapply.

Get started as a readmission applicant.

A prospective student practicing responsible citizenship by engaging in peaceful protest is not conduct on its face viewed as inappropriate. Neither disciplinary action taken by a high school against the prospective student nor the act alone will negatively impact admissions outcomes.