Classroom-Hybrid, Online, and F-1 applicants applying to an academic program must go through the University’s Admissions process. IAU 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. IAU asks that applicants participate in the matriculation process to ensure educational success. If students commit to an educational goal, IAU commits to helping students succeed.
Applications for admission are accepted throughout the year. There are six (6) 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 60-90 days prior.
Step 5: Official Enrollment
Once the admissions enrollment documents are received, you will be issued an official enrollment package, which includes an enrollment and letter, student identification number (sid#), and ID card. Also, included is a registration form for the term you wish to enter.
Step 6: Registering for Classes
Students are required to register for classes. Staff from the Office of Student Support will assist you 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.