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Admission to Midwest University is open to all persons regardless of race, color, gender, handicap, nationality, ethnic origin, or personal Christian commitment. The Office of Admissions compiles applicants’ academic records, including letters of recommendation, and personal information. Completed files will be forwarded to the admission committees for application reviews. * Final admission status will be at the discretion of the Admission Committee.

Admissions determinations may have the following results:

Full Admission : Applicant meets all qualifications to be admitted to the academic program that he/she will pursue.

Provisional Admission : If admission document(s) and/or academic qualification(s) of the applicant appear to be incomplete and/or needed, students may enroll as full or part-time students pending the receipt of the necessary documents as noted in the Midwest University admission letter. Provisionally admitted students must have all required documents and actions cleared by the end of the semester or term in which they were provisionally enrolled. Failure to comply with these regulations will result in a possible denial of registration for subsequent terms and a loss of student status.

Examples of Reasons for Provisional Admission Status:

  • Incomplete transcripts from previous institutions
  • Required letters of recommendation not received

Probationary Admission: Admission is granted under certain conditions in that the applicant should demonstrate his/her academic capabilities during the first nine credit hours of academic work at Midwest University, with no less than 3.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) for graduates. Upon successful earning of the appropriate GPA, he/she will be fully admitted.

Rejection : Applicant is not admitted to any Midwest programs.

ABILITY-TO-BENEFIT POLICY

Those who do not possess a high school diploma or its equivalent, have not passed GED tests may still be able to enroll in undergraduate studies. In order to be accepted as a student under these conditions, the student will be required to pass an approved ability-to-benefit (ATB) test. Because Midwest University is not a testing site, applicants will be required to have their tests proctored at a local university testing site and have the results forwarded to Midwest. Currently, the COMPASS test is available to domestic and international students through the nearby Community College.

NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY

Midwest University admits students from all backgrounds to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, disability, or national/ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic or other school-administered programs.

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