You apply for admission at one university, which becomes your home university. Most universities require you to complete an application, pay a fee and submit transcripts of previous college credits. Additional requirements may include GRE scores, a resume, statement of objectives and letters of recommendation. Contact the campus coordinator at your home university to get the complete checklist.
Admission requirements to a program vary between universities. Check specific requirements for the academic program at the university you call home. Your home university campus coordinator can connect you to the right people to answer your questions.
Every university approaches the application process differently. Acceptance confirmation can vary from one to six months depending on the university. It may differ if you are applying for an undergraduate or graduate degree. Once you choose a home university, ask your campus coordinator about how that university processes applications.
No, you only need to be admitted to your home university. Your home university is where you enroll for classes, pay tuition and earn your degree or certificate. Even though you take courses from other universities in your program, you aren’t admitted separately to each university.
In most cases, students can petition to have credits transferred to their home university through an approval process. Most universities limit the number of transfer credits for a program, including those taken as a non-degree student. If you have credits you are interested in transferring, contact your campus coordinator.