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Follow God’s call to United.

At United Theological Seminary, we believe in the transformative power of the Holy Spirit that occurs as you grow in your faith and live into your God-given purpose. We hope that through your study at United you will become a bold, Spirit-filled leader who makes disciples of Jesus Christ and in doing so makes a difference in the world.

Follow God’s call to United.

At United Theological Seminary, we believe in the transformative power of the Holy Spirit that occurs as you grow in your faith and live into your God-given purpose. We hope that through your study at United you will become a bold, Spirit-filled leader who makes disciples of Jesus Christ and in doing so makes a difference in the world.

New! United is pleased to offer a Tuition Guarantee for new students beginning their program in the 2022-23 academic year.

Masters

Masters

The application process can take several weeks to complete. Below are the steps you’ll need to follow to complete the process on the MyUnited applicant portal. If you plan to apply for financial aid or scholarships, it is advised that you work on these applications simultaneously.

STEP ONE: START YOUR APPLICATION

Complete the quick and easy online application. Once submitted, you will receive credentials for the applicant portal where you can submit all other application materials and your letter of intent.

STEP TWO: SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS

  • Background Check
  • Official Transcripts
    Official undergraduate and graduate transcripts must be sent directly from the school
  • Three Letters of Recommendation
  • Two Essays

STEP THREE: COMPLETE LETTER OF INTENT

After you have completed your application, the Office of Admissions will review it. This can take up to two weeks. The Office of Admissions will contact you if there are any outstanding required items. An interview may be requested.

 

If you are admitted, you will receive a phone call and an Admittance Letter with instructions on how to acknowledge your Letter of Intent (LOI) to attend United Theological Seminary. You will need to acknowledge the LOI as soon as possible. If your application is denied, you will be notified by mail or email. Upon receipt of your LOI, we will send you confirmation that we received your letter and notify the Registrar’s Office of your enrollment.

Doctoral

Doctoral

The application process can take several weeks to complete. Below are the steps you’ll need to follow to complete the process on the MyUnited applicant portal. If you plan to apply for financial aid or scholarships, it is advised that you work on these applications simultaneously.

STEP ONE: START YOUR APPLICATION

Complete the quick and easy online application. Once submitted, you will receive credentials for the applicant portal where you can submit all other application materials and your letter of intent.

STEP TWO: SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS

  • Background Check
  • Official Transcripts
    Official undergraduate and graduate transcripts must be sent directly from the school
  • Letters of Recommendation
    Two letters of recommendation
  • Spiritual Autobiography
    Prepare a 2-3 page “spiritual autobiography.”
  • One-Paragraph Description
    Prepare a one-paragraph description of your ministry context (church, school, hospital, community agency, or other).

STEP THREE: COMPLETE LETTER OF INTENT

After you have completed your application, the Office of Admissions will review it. This can take up to two weeks. The Office of Admissions will contact you if there are any outstanding required items. An interview may be requested.

 

If you are admitted, you will receive a phone call and an Admittance Letter with instructions on how to acknowledge your Letter of Intent (LOI) to attend United Theological Seminary. You will need to acknowledge the LOI as soon as possible. If your application is denied, you will be notified by mail or email. Upon receipt of your LOI, we will send you confirmation that we received your letter and notify the Registrar’s Office of your enrollment.

International Applicants

International Applicants

The application process can take several weeks to complete. Below are the steps you’ll need to follow to complete the process on the MyUnited applicant portal. If you plan to apply for financial aid or scholarships, it is advised that you work on these applications simultaneously.

Frequently Asked Questions about International Admission

STEP ONE: START YOUR APPLICATION

Complete the quick and easy online application. Once submitted, you will receive credentials for the applicant portal where you can submit all other application materials and your letter of intent.

STEP TWO: SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS

  • English Proficiency
    Information on taking the TOEFL test is available online at www.ets.org/toefl or you may write to Educational Testing Service, PO Box 6151, Princeton, NJ 08541.
  • Masters degree seeking applicants
    Students are required to show evidence of English proficiency. United requires a recent TOEFL score of 550 for paper-based tests, 213 for computer-based tests or 79 for internet-based tests. The score must be reported by the testing agency on an original document.
  • Doctoral degree seeking applicants
    Students are required to show evidence of English proficiency. United requires a recent TOEFL score of 570 for paper-based tests, 230 for computer-based tests or 88 for internet-based tests. The score must be reported by the testing agency on an original document.
  • Citizenship
    Evidence of nationality and citizenship. A photocopy of the passport is acceptable.
  • Financial Resources:
    Evidence of adequate financial resources for school and living expenses including copies of bank statements and signed support letters from sponsoring organizations and individuals.
  • Estimated Costs for International Doctoral Students
  • Estimated Costs for International Masters Students
  • Health Insurance (J-1 Visa Only)
    Evidence of health insurance coverage for the entire duration of student’s career.
  • Official Transcripts
    • Transcripts from outside of the US: International applicants must submit transcripts to World Education Services (WES) for an official evaluation. This enables United’s Admissions Office to evaluate your transcripts on the same level as US-accredited institutions. Click here to begin your transcript evaluation at WES.org. Simply set up an account with WES and be sure to have a copy of your evaluation sent to United Theological Seminary, Dayton, OH. Fill out the application and follow the directions for sending your transcripts directly to WES. Please log in and begin this process immediately. It may take up to a month for WES to receive your documents if you start today.
      • WES Basic Evaluation – Course by Course $160
      • Standard Delivery $7
      • Additional report for United Theological Seminary $37
    • Transcripts from US: International applicants’ official transcripts must be submitted directly to the United Theological Seminary Admissions Office.
  • Letters of Recommendation
    • MDiv applicants: Four letters of recommendation
    • MACM and MTS applicants: Three letters of recommendation
  • Essays
    MDiv and MMin programs require two short essays. Other masters degree programs require only one essay. Instruction can be found in the applicant portal.

STEP THREE: COMPLETE LETTER OF INTENT

After you have completed your application, the Office of Admissions will review it. This can take up to two weeks. The Office of Admissions will contact you if there are any outstanding required items. An interview may be requested.

 

If you are admitted, you will receive a phone call and an Admittance Letter with instructions on how to acknowledge your Letter of Intent (LOI) to attend United Theological Seminary. You will need to acknowledge the LOI as soon as possible. If your application is denied, you will be notified by mail or email. Upon receipt of your LOI, we will send you confirmation that we received your letter and notify the Registrar’s Office of your enrollment.

Admission Deadlines

MASTERS’ AND NON-DEGREE APPLICATION DEADLINES

The following application deadlines apply to all of the following applicants:

  • MA
  • MACM
  • MDiv
  • MMin
  • MTS
  • Non-Degree Graduate Program

Masters’ and Non-Degree applicants should submit their application one month prior to the start of classes in the semester for which they are applying unless other arrangements have been made with the Admissions Office.

Fall 2022
New StudentsCurrent Students
Application Deadline8/15/22
Scholarship Deadline6/1/223/1/22
Financial Aid Deadline6/1/223/1/22
Registration Begins4/4/224/4/22
Last Day to Register8/19/228/19/22
Classes Begin9/6/229/6/22
Spring 2023
New StudentsCurrent Students
Application Deadline1/9/23
Scholarship Deadline12/1/223/1/22
Financial Aid Deadline12/1/223/1/22
Registration Begins10/10/2210/10/22
Last Day to Register1/13/231/13/23
Classes Begin1/30/231/30/23
Summer 2023
New StudentsCurrent Students
Application Deadline4/24/23
Scholarship Deadline4/1/233/1/23
Financial Aid Deadline4/1/233/1/23
Registration Begins3/6/233/6/23
Last Day to Register4/15/234/15/23
Classes Begin4/15/234/15/23

DOCTOR OF MINISTRY APPLICATION DEADLINES

Doctor of Ministry applicants should submit their application and supporting documents by July 15 for the August Intensive and December 18 for the January Intensive.

Fall 2022
New StudentsCurrent Students
Application Deadline7/15/22
Scholarship Deadline6/1/223/1/22
Financial Aid Deadline6/1/223/1/22
Registration Begins4/4/224/4/22
Last Day to Register8/12/228/12/22
Intensive Begins8/22/228/22/22
Spring 2023
New StudentsCurrent Students
Application Deadline12/18/22
Scholarship Deadline12/1/223/1/22
Financial Aid Deadline12/1/223/1/22
Registration Begins10/10/2210/10/22
Last Day to Register1/13/231/13/23
Intensive Begins1/23/231/23/23

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

International students are admitted in both the fall and spring semesters. International applicants must submit their application by March 15 for the fall semester and August 30 for the spring semester.

*This school is authorized under Federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students.

New! United is pleased to offer a Tuition Guarantee for new students beginning their program in the 2022-23 academic year.

Masters

Masters

The application process can take several weeks to complete. Below are the steps you’ll need to follow to complete the process on the MyUnited applicant portal. If you plan to apply for financial aid or scholarships, it is advised that you work on these applications simultaneously.

STEP ONE: START YOUR APPLICATION

Complete the quick and easy online application. Once submitted, you will receive credentials for the applicant portal where you can submit all other application materials and your letter of intent.

STEP TWO: SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS

  • Background Check
  • Official Transcripts
    Official undergraduate and graduate transcripts must be sent directly from the school
  • Three Letters of Recommendation
  • Two Essays

STEP THREE: COMPLETE LETTER OF INTENT

After you have completed your application, the Office of Admissions will review it. This can take up to two weeks. The Office of Admissions will contact you if there are any outstanding required items. An interview may be requested.

 

If you are admitted, you will receive a phone call and an Admittance Letter with instructions on how to acknowledge your Letter of Intent (LOI) to attend United Theological Seminary. You will need to acknowledge the LOI as soon as possible. If your application is denied, you will be notified by mail or email. Upon receipt of your LOI, we will send you confirmation that we received your letter and notify the Registrar’s Office of your enrollment.

Doctoral

Doctoral

The application process can take several weeks to complete. Below are the steps you’ll need to follow to complete the process on the MyUnited applicant portal. If you plan to apply for financial aid or scholarships, it is advised that you work on these applications simultaneously.

STEP ONE: START YOUR APPLICATION

Complete the quick and easy online application. Once submitted, you will receive credentials for the applicant portal where you can submit all other application materials and your letter of intent.

STEP TWO: SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS

  • Background Check
  • Official Transcripts
    Official undergraduate and graduate transcripts must be sent directly from the school
  • Letters of Recommendation
    Two letters of recommendation
  • Spiritual Autobiography
    Prepare a 2-3 page “spiritual autobiography.”
  • One-Paragraph Description
    Prepare a one-paragraph description of your ministry context (church, school, hospital, community agency, or other).

STEP THREE: COMPLETE LETTER OF INTENT

After you have completed your application, the Office of Admissions will review it. This can take up to two weeks. The Office of Admissions will contact you if there are any outstanding required items. An interview may be requested.

 

If you are admitted, you will receive a phone call and an Admittance Letter with instructions on how to acknowledge your Letter of Intent (LOI) to attend United Theological Seminary. You will need to acknowledge the LOI as soon as possible. If your application is denied, you will be notified by mail or email. Upon receipt of your LOI, we will send you confirmation that we received your letter and notify the Registrar’s Office of your enrollment.

International Applicants

International Applicants

The application process can take several weeks to complete. Below are the steps you’ll need to follow to complete the process on the MyUnited applicant portal. If you plan to apply for financial aid or scholarships, it is advised that you work on these applications simultaneously.

Frequently Asked Questions about International Admission

STEP ONE: START YOUR APPLICATION

Complete the quick and easy online application. Once submitted, you will receive credentials for the applicant portal where you can submit all other application materials and your letter of intent.

STEP TWO: SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS

  • English Proficiency
    Information on taking the TOEFL test is available online at www.ets.org/toefl or you may write to Educational Testing Service, PO Box 6151, Princeton, NJ 08541.
  • Masters degree seeking applicants
    Students are required to show evidence of English proficiency. United requires a recent TOEFL score of 550 for paper-based tests, 213 for computer-based tests or 79 for internet-based tests. The score must be reported by the testing agency on an original document.
  • Doctoral degree seeking applicants
    Students are required to show evidence of English proficiency. United requires a recent TOEFL score of 570 for paper-based tests, 230 for computer-based tests or 88 for internet-based tests. The score must be reported by the testing agency on an original document.
  • Citizenship
    Evidence of nationality and citizenship. A photocopy of the passport is acceptable.
  • Financial Resources:
    Evidence of adequate financial resources for school and living expenses including copies of bank statements and signed support letters from sponsoring organizations and individuals.
  • Estimated Costs for International Doctoral Students
  • Estimated Costs for International Masters Students
  • Health Insurance (J-1 Visa Only)
    Evidence of health insurance coverage for the entire duration of student’s career.
  • Official Transcripts
    • Transcripts from outside of the US: International applicants must submit transcripts to World Education Services (WES) for an official evaluation. This enables United’s Admissions Office to evaluate your transcripts on the same level as US-accredited institutions. Click here to begin your transcript evaluation at WES.org. Simply set up an account with WES and be sure to have a copy of your evaluation sent to United Theological Seminary, Dayton, OH. Fill out the application and follow the directions for sending your transcripts directly to WES. Please log in and begin this process immediately. It may take up to a month for WES to receive your documents if you start today.
      • WES Basic Evaluation – Course by Course $160
      • Standard Delivery $7
      • Additional report for United Theological Seminary $37
    • Transcripts from US: International applicants’ official transcripts must be submitted directly to the United Theological Seminary Admissions Office.
  • Letters of Recommendation
    • MDiv applicants: Four letters of recommendation
    • MACM and MTS applicants: Three letters of recommendation
  • Essays
    MDiv and MMin programs require two short essays. Other masters degree programs require only one essay. Instruction can be found in the applicant portal.

STEP THREE: COMPLETE LETTER OF INTENT

After you have completed your application, the Office of Admissions will review it. This can take up to two weeks. The Office of Admissions will contact you if there are any outstanding required items. An interview may be requested.

 

If you are admitted, you will receive a phone call and an Admittance Letter with instructions on how to acknowledge your Letter of Intent (LOI) to attend United Theological Seminary. You will need to acknowledge the LOI as soon as possible. If your application is denied, you will be notified by mail or email. Upon receipt of your LOI, we will send you confirmation that we received your letter and notify the Registrar’s Office of your enrollment.

Admission Deadlines

MASTERS’ AND NON-DEGREE APPLICATION DEADLINES

The following application deadlines apply to all of the following applicants:

  • MA
  • MACM
  • MDiv
  • MMin
  • MTS
  • Non-Degree Graduate Program

Masters’ and Non-Degree applicants should submit their application one month prior to the start of classes in the semester for which they are applying unless other arrangements have been made with the Admissions Office.

Fall 2022
New StudentsCurrent Students
Application Deadline8/15/22
Scholarship Deadline6/1/223/1/22
Financial Aid Deadline6/1/223/1/22
Registration Begins4/4/224/4/22
Last Day to Register8/19/228/19/22
Classes Begin9/6/229/6/22
Spring 2023
New StudentsCurrent Students
Application Deadline1/9/23
Scholarship Deadline12/1/223/1/22
Financial Aid Deadline12/1/223/1/22
Registration Begins10/10/2210/10/22
Last Day to Register1/13/231/13/23
Classes Begin1/30/231/30/23
Summer 2023
New StudentsCurrent Students
Application Deadline4/24/23
Scholarship Deadline4/1/233/1/23
Financial Aid Deadline4/1/233/1/23
Registration Begins3/6/233/6/23
Last Day to Register4/15/234/15/23
Classes Begin4/15/234/15/23

DOCTOR OF MINISTRY APPLICATION DEADLINES

Doctor of Ministry applicants should submit their application and supporting documents by July 15 for the August Intensive and December 18 for the January Intensive.

Fall 2022
New StudentsCurrent Students
Application Deadline7/15/22
Scholarship Deadline6/1/223/1/22
Financial Aid Deadline6/1/223/1/22
Registration Begins4/4/224/4/22
Last Day to Register8/12/228/12/22
Intensive Begins8/22/228/22/22
Spring 2023
New StudentsCurrent Students
Application Deadline12/18/22
Scholarship Deadline12/1/223/1/22
Financial Aid Deadline12/1/223/1/22
Registration Begins10/10/2210/10/22
Last Day to Register1/13/231/13/23
Intensive Begins1/23/231/23/23

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

International students are admitted in both the fall and spring semesters. International applicants must submit their application by March 15 for the fall semester and August 30 for the spring semester.

*This school is authorized under Federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students.

New! United is pleased to offer a Tuition Guarantee for new students beginning their program in the 2022-23 academic year.

Masters

Masters

The application process can take several weeks to complete. Below are the steps you’ll need to follow to complete the process on the MyUnited applicant portal. If you plan to apply for financial aid or scholarships, it is advised that you work on these applications simultaneously.

STEP ONE: START YOUR APPLICATION

Complete the quick and easy online application. Once submitted, you will receive credentials for the applicant portal where you can submit all other application materials and your letter of intent.

STEP TWO: SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS

  • Background Check
  • Official Transcripts
    Official undergraduate and graduate transcripts must be sent directly from the school
  • Three Letters of Recommendation
  • Two Essays

STEP THREE: COMPLETE LETTER OF INTENT

After you have completed your application, the Office of Admissions will review it. This can take up to two weeks. The Office of Admissions will contact you if there are any outstanding required items. An interview may be requested.

 

If you are admitted, you will receive a phone call and an Admittance Letter with instructions on how to acknowledge your Letter of Intent (LOI) to attend United Theological Seminary. You will need to acknowledge the LOI as soon as possible. If your application is denied, you will be notified by mail or email. Upon receipt of your LOI, we will send you confirmation that we received your letter and notify the Registrar’s Office of your enrollment.

Doctoral

Doctoral

The application process can take several weeks to complete. Below are the steps you’ll need to follow to complete the process on the MyUnited applicant portal. If you plan to apply for financial aid or scholarships, it is advised that you work on these applications simultaneously.

STEP ONE: START YOUR APPLICATION

Complete the quick and easy online application. Once submitted, you will receive credentials for the applicant portal where you can submit all other application materials and your letter of intent.

STEP TWO: SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS

  • Background Check
  • Official Transcripts
    Official undergraduate and graduate transcripts must be sent directly from the school
  • Letters of Recommendation
    Two letters of recommendation
  • Spiritual Autobiography
    Prepare a 2-3 page “spiritual autobiography.”
  • One-Paragraph Description
    Prepare a one-paragraph description of your ministry context (church, school, hospital, community agency, or other).

STEP THREE: COMPLETE LETTER OF INTENT

After you have completed your application, the Office of Admissions will review it. This can take up to two weeks. The Office of Admissions will contact you if there are any outstanding required items. An interview may be requested.

 

If you are admitted, you will receive a phone call and an Admittance Letter with instructions on how to acknowledge your Letter of Intent (LOI) to attend United Theological Seminary. You will need to acknowledge the LOI as soon as possible. If your application is denied, you will be notified by mail or email. Upon receipt of your LOI, we will send you confirmation that we received your letter and notify the Registrar’s Office of your enrollment.

International Applicants

International Applicants

The application process can take several weeks to complete. Below are the steps you’ll need to follow to complete the process on the MyUnited applicant portal. If you plan to apply for financial aid or scholarships, it is advised that you work on these applications simultaneously.

Frequently Asked Questions about International Admission

STEP ONE: START YOUR APPLICATION

Complete the quick and easy online application. Once submitted, you will receive credentials for the applicant portal where you can submit all other application materials and your letter of intent.

STEP TWO: SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS

  • English Proficiency
    Information on taking the TOEFL test is available online at www.ets.org/toefl or you may write to Educational Testing Service, PO Box 6151, Princeton, NJ 08541.
  • Masters degree seeking applicants
    Students are required to show evidence of English proficiency. United requires a recent TOEFL score of 550 for paper-based tests, 213 for computer-based tests or 79 for internet-based tests. The score must be reported by the testing agency on an original document.
  • Doctoral degree seeking applicants
    Students are required to show evidence of English proficiency. United requires a recent TOEFL score of 570 for paper-based tests, 230 for computer-based tests or 88 for internet-based tests. The score must be reported by the testing agency on an original document.
  • Citizenship
    Evidence of nationality and citizenship. A photocopy of the passport is acceptable.
  • Financial Resources:
    Evidence of adequate financial resources for school and living expenses including copies of bank statements and signed support letters from sponsoring organizations and individuals.
  • Estimated Costs for International Doctoral Students
  • Estimated Costs for International Masters Students
  • Health Insurance (J-1 Visa Only)
    Evidence of health insurance coverage for the entire duration of student’s career.
  • Official Transcripts
    • Transcripts from outside of the US: International applicants must submit transcripts to World Education Services (WES) for an official evaluation. This enables United’s Admissions Office to evaluate your transcripts on the same level as US-accredited institutions. Click here to begin your transcript evaluation at WES.org. Simply set up an account with WES and be sure to have a copy of your evaluation sent to United Theological Seminary, Dayton, OH. Fill out the application and follow the directions for sending your transcripts directly to WES. Please log in and begin this process immediately. It may take up to a month for WES to receive your documents if you start today.
      • WES Basic Evaluation – Course by Course $160
      • Standard Delivery $7
      • Additional report for United Theological Seminary $37
    • Transcripts from US: International applicants’ official transcripts must be submitted directly to the United Theological Seminary Admissions Office.
  • Letters of Recommendation
    • MDiv applicants: Four letters of recommendation
    • MACM and MTS applicants: Three letters of recommendation
  • Essays
    MDiv and MMin programs require two short essays. Other masters degree programs require only one essay. Instruction can be found in the applicant portal.

STEP THREE: COMPLETE LETTER OF INTENT

After you have completed your application, the Office of Admissions will review it. This can take up to two weeks. The Office of Admissions will contact you if there are any outstanding required items. An interview may be requested.

 

If you are admitted, you will receive a phone call and an Admittance Letter with instructions on how to acknowledge your Letter of Intent (LOI) to attend United Theological Seminary. You will need to acknowledge the LOI as soon as possible. If your application is denied, you will be notified by mail or email. Upon receipt of your LOI, we will send you confirmation that we received your letter and notify the Registrar’s Office of your enrollment.

Admission Deadlines

MASTERS’ AND NON-DEGREE APPLICATION DEADLINES

The following application deadlines apply to all of the following applicants:

  • MA
  • MACM
  • MDiv
  • MMin
  • MTS
  • Non-Degree Graduate Program

Masters’ and Non-Degree applicants should submit their application one month prior to the start of classes in the semester for which they are applying unless other arrangements have been made with the Admissions Office.

FALL SEMESTER 2022

New Students

  • Application Deadline: 8/15/22
  • Scholarship Deadline: 6/1/22
  • Financial Aid Deadline: 6/1/22
  • Registration Begins: 4/4/22
  • Last Day to Register: 8/19/22
  • Classes Begin: 9/6/22

Current Students

  • Scholarship Deadline: 3/1/22
  • Financial Aid Deadline: 3/1/22
  • Registration Begins: 4/4/22
  • Last Day to Register: 8/19/22
  • Classes Begin: 9/6/22

SPRING SEMESTER 2023

New Students

  • Application Deadline: 1/9/23
  • Scholarship Deadline: 12/1/22
  • Financial Aid Deadline: 12/1/22
  • Registration Begins: 10/10/22
  • Last Day to Register: 1/13/23
  • Classes Begin: 1/30/23

Current Students

  • Scholarship Deadline: 3/1/22
  • Financial Aid Deadline: 3/1/22
  • Registration Begins: 10/10/22
  • Last Day to Register: 1/13/23
  • Classes Begin: 1/30/23

SUMMER SEMESTER 2023

New Students

  • Application Deadline: 4/24/23
  • Scholarship Deadline: 4/1/23
  • Financial Aid Deadline: 4/1/23
  • Registration Begins: 3/6/23
  • Last Day to Register: 4/15/23
  • Classes Begin: 4/15/23

Current Students

  • Scholarship Deadline: 3/1/23
  • Financial Aid Deadline: 3/1/23
  • Registration Begins: 3/6/23
  • Last Day to Register: 4/15/23
  • Classes Begin: 4/15/23

DOCTOR OF MINISTRY APPLICATION DEADLINES

Doctor of Ministry applicants should submit their application and supporting documents by July 15 for the August Intensive and December 18 for the January Intensive.

FALL SEMESTER 2022

New Students

  • Application Deadline: 7/15/22
  • Scholarship Deadline: 6/1/22
  • Financial Aid Deadline: 6/1/22
  • Registration Begins: 4/4/22
  • Last Day to Register: 8/12/22
  • Intensive Begins: 8/22/22

Current Students

  • Scholarship Deadline: 3/1/22
  • Financial Aid Deadline: 3/1/22
  • Registration Begins: 4/4/22
  • Last Day to Register: 8/12/22
  • Intensive Begins: 8/22/22

SPRING SEMESTER 2023

New Students

  • Application Deadline: 12/18/22
  • Scholarship Deadline: 12/1/22
  • Financial Aid Deadline: 12/1/22
  • Registration Begins: 10/10/22
  • Last Day to Register: 1/13/23
  • Intensive Begins: 1/23/23

Current Students

  • Scholarship Deadline: 3/1/22
  • Financial Aid Deadline: 3/1/22
  • Registration Begins: 10/10/22
  • Last Day to Register: 1/13/23
  • Intensive Begins: 1/23/23

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

International students are admitted in both the fall and spring semesters. International applicants must submit their application by March 15 for the fall semester and August 30 for the spring semester.

*This school is authorized under Federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students.

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