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Admissions Requirements

Admissions Tests Required: Required
Completion of College Preparatory Program: Recommended
Secondary School GPA: Required
Secondary School Record: Required

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Graduate Application Fee

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AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: No

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Contact Info

Address:
39 Ponce de Leon Ave San Juan, PR 00931-0000
Phone: 787764000085806
General Site: www.uprrp.edu
Admissions: http://daarrp.uprrp.edu/daa/oficina_admisiones.html
Application: http://estudiantes.upr.edu/admisiones/

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Senior Student for University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras
  • Jan-19-2014 I am a current student here

    If you're looking for a place where you can have it all, it's here. Many students start a degree and end up doing a bachelor's degree with two majors. It has a great environment for the likes of everyone. If you prefer places with little population, well this is not the place. In comparison with some USA colleges you might find that this campus is small, but really diverse. Everyone is well received and every semester there are a lot of exchange students from all parts of the world. The cons are that the courses are limited in quantity and space, which is hard sometimes to find the courses you would like to take, and the other thing is that most of the courses are in Spanish, so if you are not very good at it, you will see yourself struggling with the language.

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  • Valeria from Bayamon, PR
  • Nov-09-2013 I am a current student here

    Remember this isn't high school. Professors will be hard on you, give you a lot of work and push your limits. Have a good support system and remember to enjoy yourself while you're in college.

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  • Clara from San Juan, PR
  • Oct-04-2013 I am a current student here

    For the prospective students I'd say that you would have to work with the schedule, courses, food, expenses, living and all those things every college student have to face. Enjoy your college years by going to local places and activities, just do what you like. Study, study and study, that's the only way to achieve your goals and succeed.

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  • Melissa from Puerto Rico
  • Sep-22-2013 I am a current student here

    Really search to see if such a big campus is right for you and if your major is worth it. Since it's a big school, there's no room for hand-holding therefore you will be on your own all the time. My advice is to put yourself out there, ask around and talk to anybody that you can. Most people are easily approachable and willing to converse with anybody. Also whenever you deal with administrative stuff keep an open mind and relax, all of the staff working in the offices are insufferable and will likely make it difficult for you but as long as you are determined you will make it. This goes for the system you use to register for classes as well. Really just get to know the campus, walk around, ask if you have questions and keep an open mind.

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  • Delmaris from Toa Alta, PR
  • Sep-11-2013 I am a current student here

    Considering that Rio Piedras campus is the biggest one and provide many fields of study, you must be sure about your interests and do a research of the careers that University of Puerto Rico offers. In order to do that, you can access to the following link : http://www.uprrp.edu/

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