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CalUniversity Admissions Information
All applicants for admission to CalUniversity must provide the Admissions Office with the following:
- A properly completed Application Form, available at the CalUniversity Website or the Admissions Office
- Evidence of previous academic work: sealed official transcripts will be required to document the applicant's prior education (official transcripts are to be sent by the issuing institution/college/university directly to the CalUniversity Administration Office)
- Government-issued photo identification
- Application Fee
Admission to CalUniversity is based on an applicant's prior education strength reflected in his/her Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA). Prospective students' applications will be reviewed and decided for admission on an individual basis by the Chief Academic Officer. An applicant may be asked to provide additional evidence of academic proficiency, if needed. Other specific admission requirements or prerequisites may be applicable for different degree programs as indicated in this Catalog. The Application Form and all related admission documents submitted to CalUniversity shall become the property of CalUniversity.
Once an Application Form and all supporting documents have been received by the Admissions Office, approximately three to four weeks should be allowed for processing and notification of the applicant's admission status. Due to international official transcripts evaluation, this process may take longer for foreign applicants.
Once a prospective student is admitted into a program, he/she will be mailed a Letter of Acceptance advising him/her of the successful admission evaluation process along with a Student Handbook and all necessary instructional materials/information to begin the semester/term. An applicant may be provisionally (conditionally) admitted for enrollment if his/her admission's file shows a deficiency of needed documents.
A program matrix and costs will be provided to new students listing all required program courses for successful completion of the degree program. The program matrix will indicate courses that received transfer credits along with the appropriate earned credits, if any. Enrolled students can follow their program matrix to complete all degree requirements.