Universities & Colleges with Actuarial Programs (UCAP)

The SOA listing of Universities and Colleges with Actuarial Programs (UCAP) serves as a resource for students looking for a university/college actuarial program. The information provided for the schools on the UCAP list has undergone some review by the SOA, but should be verified by the student considering the program. The UCAP list includes actuarial programs that meet the following requirements:

  • Maintain course coverage for at least two actuarial exams
  • Have approved courses for at least one VEE (Validation by Educational Experience) topic

Benefits of being a UCAP university/college

Being part of the UCAP list has several benefits for the university/college as well. 

  • Dedicated university/college profile page on the SOA website includes key faculty contact information, course coverage for SOA exams, approved VEE courses and degrees offered
  • Inclusion on the SOA Explorer map as a UCAP university or college
  • Eligible to apply for Educational Institution Grants
  • Notification of university/college networking events
  • Email communication from the SOA regarding exam/curriculum updates and news relevant to universities.
  • Alerts about opportunities that may not otherwise be available for universities/colleges not on the UCAP list
  • UCAP universities and colleges are among those we regularly survey regarding university/college needs, SOA changes and new ideas.
  • University/college faculty members encouraged to become members of the SOA Faculty Community on SOA Engage – allows for online networking among educators
  • Access to candidate data for their university/college with regard to students’ exams passed and credentials earned. 



The list may be displayed to include all UCAP universities/colleges or CAE* programs only. Select one or the other from the dropdown box below.

* Centers of Actuarial Excellence (CAE) are university/college actuarial programs that have met eight specific requirements related to degree, curriculum, graduate count, faculty composition, graduate quality, appropriate integration, connection to industry, and research/scholarship.