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New Rolling Admissions…Apply Anytime!!
Start Dates (and cut-off times)
We operate on a trimester schedule and therefore have three Start Dates:
January 1 (for students that have applied, been accepted, and paid a tuition payment by November 30)
May 1 (for students that have applied, been accepted, and paid a tuition payment by March 30)
September 1 (for students that have applied, been accepted, and paid a tuition payment by July 30)
Rules for Submission of Application
Your Application Package must be fully complete as we will not accept a piecemeal approach. Because we have an informal application procedure, your entire presentation of your application package, in terms of organization, completeness, presentation style, and factual material presented, are all considered in determining whether to grant admission.
Any documents submitted MUST BE IN PDF FORMAT ONLY, and if not, your application will not be acknowledged. Except for Email text, all material must be in pdf form, the international standard for documents, and “.doc” documents are not acceptable at any time.
(A) This is Your Checklist for a Complete Application.
Please E-mail Your Complete Application Package to:
_____(1) Cover Letter: Submit a Cover Letter as an email or as a pdf attachment containing the following information:
a. Please specify the program you are applying for (3 year online JD program or 4 year combined program)
b. Contact Information including:
Full legal name
Country of Residence
c. Date of Birth: It is essential that you supply your date of birth in the format: mm/dd/yyyy. Your date of birth is used as your password for accessing your transcript and education record, which is permanently maintained online and accessible to you, or to anyone such as an employer, you choose to give your password, at any time at no charge. We do not discriminate whatsoever regarding age, but our Board determined that in setting up the permanent online records procedure and database, that your date of birth would be the best password for students to use. This will be your permanent password and CANNOT be changed. So please provide the date of birth that corresponds to your other legal records so that YOU can remember it.
d. Citizenship: Please state your citizenship
e. Education, please summarize and include:
The name and address of all colleges and universities attended
Date degree awarded
Website of the college or university if available
If you attended a college or university but did not complete the program, please summarize the level of studies achieved.
f. Special Additional Training or Experience: Please summarize any special training, work experience, or other education.
g. Please state if you are seeking any credit for previous courses taken. You must specify what course(s) in our program you are seeking credit for and why.
h. Internet Connection: Please summarize the availability to you of a high speed internet connection, broadband not required, but at least ADSL or DSL needed. Also please tell us whether your available hardware and software permits your use of one or more of the latest web browsers.
_____(2) Resume or Curriculum Vitae: Please attach as a pdf document only. This is not needed unless you have been out of school more than 2 years. Recent high school students may not have anything to report, in which case you may enter on your cover letter: “Not Applicable”.
_____(3) Copies of Transcripts for post-secondary school (colleges and universities), pdf format only. (Send official transcripts only after acceptance, although normally not needed). You must scan your transcripts and convert to pdf before sending to us. This will be a good exercise to test whether you meet the technology requirements of our programs.
_____(4) Please include a brief note as to why you feel you can complete the program successfully.
Only portable document files (.pdf) are acceptable. Your Application Package must be fully complete as we will not accept a piecemeal approach. Because we have an informal application procedure, your entire presentation of your application package, in terms of organization, completeness, presentation style, and factual material presented, are all considered in determining whether to grant admission.
Submit your Application Documents by email in pdf format to:
(B) WHEN TO APPLY
Applications are considered all year long, so you may apply anytime and enrollments occur throughout the year. Upon enrollment, you will begin your studies on one of the start dates listed above (September 1, May 1, or January 1), depending on our schedule and when your payment is received.
(C) HOW TO PAY
All payments Tuition, and other costs can be made by going to the “How To Pay” page in the navigation bar above.
(D) EVALUATION OF APPLICATION
When your Application Documents are received, we may contact you for further information. We will then consider your Application,
a. to determine if you meet the educational requirements
b. to determine if you are entitled to any credits for courses previously taken
c. to determine, based on your submissions, whether we feel you will be able to complete the program successfully
d. to determine, whether or not to issue an Acceptance Letter. If you receive a non-acceptance letter and you disagree, you will have the opportunity to comment on the reviewer’s concerns, in which case, if a satisfactory response is received, you will be accepted to the program.
We hope to complete all reviews within about 10 business days.
(E) WHAT TO DO AFTER ACCEPTANCE
When you receive an Acceptance Letter, you will be told your trimester starting date. We estimate that 30 days is required for a student to organize his/her internet connection, to obtain applicable texts, and to arrange for tuition payment. Plus, the University needs time as well to assign available faculty to your courses, and also to assign you a Faculty Mentor.
In order to complete your application and enrollment process, please pay the tuition and any other fees required, following receipt of your Acceptance Letter and Invoice.
Please direct any questions to: