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Admissions Process

Classroom-Hybrid, and F-1 applicants applying to an academic program must go through the University’s Admissions process. WCU knows that the application and admission process may seem rather daunting, but it’s not a mystery. The Admissions process is a process that assists the student in achieving his or her educational goals. It is an agreement between the college and the student who enrolls for credit. WCU asks that applicants participate in the matriculation process to ensure educational success. If students commit to an educational goal, WCU commits to helping students succeed.

Applications for admission are accepted throughout the year. There are Four (4) enrollment terms per calendar year. Applicants are urged to apply in a timely manner for the desired enrollment term. For F-1/I-20 applicants, Admissions Portfolio (AP) should be submitted 30 days prior to the term of enrollment to ensure timely processing. F-1 applicants with a “change of status” should submit 90-180 days prior.

Winter QT (Jan-Mar.)

Spring (Apr-Jun)

Summer (Jul-Sep.)

Fall (Oct-Dec)

Step 1.Submit Administration

Applicants must submit a completed Admin Documents. The AD is an accumulation of all the necessary documents for the Office of Admissions to evaluate to see if applicants meet the admissions criteria for the applied program. The required items are clearly listed on the Application for Admissions. Certain programs may have unique admissions requirements. Applicants must review the admissions requirements of the program to which they are applying. Use the checklist to ensure that all required documents are submitted.

All materials must be submitted in English, and applicants must verify any translations by including the original or a notarized copy of the original. Please include a non-refundable  Application Fee Make sure that AP’s are submitted before Deadline. The completed AP and any supporting materials (such as transcripts and test scores) become the property of the University and will not be returned to the applicant or transmitted to a third party. Please note that attending Orientation is mandatory for all applicants in order to submit their Admissions Portfolio

Step 2 Evaluation

After the Admissions Portfolio (AP) has been received, the Office of Admissions will evaluate to see if the applicant is close to meeting the criteria or is missing an element. IAU reviews every application individually.

If an item is missing, the Office of Admissions will contact the applicant and request the missing item. If satisfactory progress is not made on the application process or the Admissions Portfolio (AP) remains incomplete for over 30 days, the Admissions Portfolio (AP) will be discarded.

Step 3 Decision

One of the following decisions shall be determined:

1. Denied: If the applicant is not accepted, the Office of Admissions will send a letter to the applicant informing the applicant of the decision, stating why his/her qualifications are deficient. Denial can be appealed.

2. Accepted: If the applicant is accepted for admission, an acceptance letter will be sent to the applicant along with an enrollment agreement and other admissions documents to formalize the acceptance into the program.

Step 4 Accept / Refuse Offer

If applicants wish to refuse the offer of admissions, simply notify the Office of Admissions. Admissions are for the stated sessions only.

If applicants wish to accept the offer of admissions, applicants will be required to sign and submit the admissions enrollment documents provided upon acceptance to the Office of the Registrar.

Step 5 Apply Enrollment

Once the admissions enrollment documents are received, applicants will be issued an official enrollment package, which includes an enrollment letter, student identification number (SID#), and ID card at New Student Orientation (NSO).

Step 6 Course Register

Students are required to register for classes. Staff from the Office of Student Support will assist students with this process.

Registration requires choosing the appropriate classes and paying tuition fees. Payment can be made via check, credit card, or bank wire. Returned checks are subject to a return check fee.

New Students- US Resident(Citzen or Green Card)

Step 1: Complete Application for Admission attaching the required documents:

  • Copy of your ID (Drive License or Passport)
  • High School (College) diploma
  • High School (or College) Transcript
  • Application $200 (non-refundable)

Online Application for US Residdent

Step 2: Wait for your application to be reviewed. If everything was completed correctly you will receive a decision letter from the university (usually within 2 weeks).

Step 3: If you received an official Acceptance Letter, you can proceed to enroll in classes for the next quarter. Next, you must fill out and sign the Enrollment Agreement for your chosen program of study. (This is done digitally – you will receive a link via email).

Step 4: Login into Student Portal Site and Register the courses

New International Students – Stay in US

Are you looking to begin your student journey at University? Want to apply to study with us but don’t understand the process and not sure where to start? Here is a simple step-by-step guide.

Step 1: Complete Application for Admission attaching the required documents:

  • Copy of your ID (Drive License or Passport)
  • High School (College) diploma
  • High School (or College) Transcript
  • Copy of Current I -20 (International students only)
  • Copy of I-94 (International students only)​
  • Proof of Financial Support (International students)
  • Application fee $200 and I-20 Processing $100 (Non-refundable)

Online Application

Step 2: If you have no any official English score, you will take the English Placement Test. You will receivd the request forma and link via emai.

Step 3: Wait for your application to be reviewed. If everything was completed correctly you will receive a decision letter from the university (usually within 2 weeks).

Step 3: If you received an official Acceptance Letter, you can proceed to enroll in classes for the next quarter. Next, you must fill out and sign the Enrollment Agreement for your chosen program of study. (This is done digitally – you will receive a link via email).

Step 4: Depending on your particular situation you may be required to submit additional documentation at this step of the process. For example, F-1/I-20 students will receive links to fill out these required forms:

F-1 Student Proof of Financial Support

F-1 Student SEVIS Record Transfer

Step 5: Login into Student Portal Site and Register the courses

New Students – Stay outside US or Change of Status

Step 1: Complete Application for Admission attaching the required documents:

  • Copy of your ID (Drive License or Passport)
  • High School (or College) diploma
  • High School (or College) Transcript
  • Copy of Current I -20 (International students only)
  • Copy of I-94 (International students only)​
  • Proof of Financial Support (International students)
  • Application fee $300 and I-20 Processing $200 (Non-refundable)

New International Student (COS) Application

Step 2: If you have no any official English score, you will take the English Placement Test. You will receivd the request forma and link via emai.

Step 3: Wait for your application to be reviewed. If everything was completed correctly you will receive a decision letter from the university (usually within 2 weeks).

Step 3: If you received an official Acceptance Letter you can proceed to enroll in classes for the next quarter. Next, you must fill out and sign the Enrollment Agreement for your chosen program of study. (This is done digitally – you will receive a link via email).

Step 4: Depending on your particular situation you may be required to submit additional documentation at this step of the process. For example, F-1/I-20 students will receive links to fill out these required forms:

F-1 Student Proof of Financial Support

F-1 Student SEVIS Record Transfer

Step 5: Course Registration and Tuition Payment

Transfer Credit

To admit the Transfer credit, please follow the below instruction.

Step 1:  Trnsfer Credit Analysis Request Form attaching your transcripts:

Trnsfer Credit Analysis Request Form

Step 2:  Wait for your request to be reviewed. If everything was completed correctly you will receive a transfer credit report from the university.

Please note that The transfer of academic credit earned at nationally accredited post-secondary institutions is considered on a case-by-case basis. The determination of which courses may be transferred and how many can be applied towards a degree at University is made by the Office of Academic Affairs.

Course Registration

Step 1: To register the course, you need to fill out the online course registration form. Please login WCU portal system and go to Form. To complete your submission, you need to pay the course registration fee and tuition.

WCU Portal System

Step 2: Wait for your submission to be reviewed. If everything was completed correctly you will receive a decision letter from the university. You can see your enrollment in SIS system.

Official Document Request

Step 1: To get the official document, you need to fill out the online official document request form with the payments:

Official Document Request

Official Transcript ($35) Transfer Credit Request form ($35)
Verification Enrollment ($35) English Placement Test ($50)
Certificate of Graduation ($35) Certificate of Completion ($35)
I-20 Renewal Fee ($35) Graduation Petition Fee ($35)
I-20 Travel Endorse ($35) New I-20 Processing ($200)
Certificate Endorse ($35) USICS Request for Evidence ($300)
Course Registration fee ($20) USICS Reinstatement ($1000)

Step 2: Wait for your request to be reviewed. If everything was completed correctly you will receive the letter from the university.

Step 3: Pleas contact the office to pick your document.

Please note that you just request only one document at a time. If you need more documents, please fill out this form again.

Withdraw

Before withdrawing from Western Covenant University, the student should consider the timing of withdrawal. If you wish to withdraw from the University due to a transfer or planned withdrawal, please submit this petition in at least a month prior to the end of the current session, or your withdrawal may be delayed. Emergency withdrawal situations may be given expedited processing. Any applicable tuition refund will be calculated based on the date the withdrawal is put into effect and paid back within 50 days of the withdrawal.

Step 1:  Complete the Withdrawl Request Form

Withdrawl Request Form

Step 2:  Wait for your request to be reviewed. If everything was completed correctly you will receive a transfer credit report from the university.

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