City Vision University Enrollment Procedure
MTM Admissions Requirements
To be admitted in the MTM program, you must either have either a bachelor's degree in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Math-related field, or an unrelated bachelor's degree with at least one year's work or volunteer experience in a position that significantly science, technology, engineering or math.
Enrolling in City Vision University
Before registering for a City Vision University course, you must formally become a student. Enrollment is open year round. There are several steps to follow, so you must begin at least one month prior to the beginning of the term in which you plan to begin your studies. If you plan to use federal student aid or another form of financial assistance, we encourage you to start even earlier.
Please read the following steps carefully and complete each of them in order. If you need assistance, contact Student Services at (816) 960-2008.
Step One: Complete the Enrollment Form Online
If you are enrolling in the graduate program, click here to fill out the enrollment form and pay the $50 application fee.
- City Vision University students must have at least a high school degree or equivalent.
Therefore, before students start their fifth course at the latest, the college must have received official transcripts from a college/university or high school, or a GED certificate.
These must be mailed to the university directly from the institutions. Faxes or photocopies will not be accepted. You are responsible to inform the university if your transcripts will be sent with your maiden name on them instead of your current last name. To request a high school transcript you typically request it by doing a web search of your school district transcript request and contacting them to order a transcript.. You can order college transcripts by doing a web search your college name and transcript request.
Transcripts should be mailed to:
Office of the Registrar
City Vision University
3101 Troost Ave. Suite 200
Kansas City MO 64109-1845
If you are pursuing a degree an official transcript evaluation will be done to determine the number of transfer credits that will be granted for previous college work.
Transfer credits will be awarded only if they are from institutions of higher learning that are accredited by a body that is recognized by the US Department of Education or the Council of Higher Education Accreditation (such as those listed here),
Non-U.S. institutions must have an accepted foreign equivalent at an institution listed in the International Handbook of Universities.
You will need to e-mail a copy of a government-issued photo ID to email@example.com before you may register for courses. Students may either scan in their ID or take a photo of it with a digital camera or smartphone.
Before starting courses, you will need to select an exam proctor and have him or her be approved by the organization.
Additional Requirements for Master's program:
Provide 2 References - students must request at least two references from people who know them well enough to provide the information requested, include at least one work related reference and one character reference. Note: It would be helpful to obtain references from people who have observed you in your ministry and/or business setting. (Download Reference Request Form.)
Personal Learning Community (PLC) Agreements: Send PLC Agreement and Evaluation to 3-5 individuals. Your PLC is a strategic choice, providing you with fellow "travelers" who have a personal and/or professional interest in sharing your learning, i.e. how your perspective is changing and how that is impacting your life and work. For that reason, co-workers, pastors and/or spouses may be good candidates. You will be asking them to read your assignments and to hold you accountable for successfully completing your degree. This group will also provide the program director with periodic evaluations on your progress. (Download PLC Agreement and Evaluation)
Before applying for enrollment, please review the Standards of Admission.
Step Two: Financial Aid/Federal Loans
City Vision University offers several types of financial assistance to help students pay for their studies. Visit the Financial Aid/Federal Loans Section to learn more about grants, loans, scholarships and internships.
Step Three: Registering For Courses
You may use our online registration system to sign up for courses once you have submitted your enrollment form. Once we have received payment for the courses, you will be added to the online classroom for them.
Special Situations: Those receiving reduced tuition through scholarships, internships or working with an AGRM mission or other partnering organization must contact the university office to receive discount codes for use when registering for courses. See our tuition discounts page for a full list of available discounts.
Step Four: New Student Orientation
All new students must complete the New Student Orientation before beginning work on their first course.
- Enrollment in City Vision University is open year round. The Academic Calendar consists of five eight-week terms beginning in January, March, June, August and October. New students should begin the enrollment process at least one month before the beginning of the class in which they wish to participate.
- Course registration does not include textbooks. These must be ordered separately from our online bookstore or another source such as Amazon.com or a local bookstore.
- To take City Vision University courses, students must have their own personal e-mail address that is used only by themselves. Free web-based e-mail accounts can be obtained with Gmail, Yahoo, or Hotmail.
- City Vision University courses are accelerated semester classes that cover 16 weeks of course work in just eight. Therefore, participating in two courses simultaneously is that equivalent of full-time enrollment in a traditional college. Plan to spend about 17-20 hours a week per course on your course work.
- Newly enrolled students must begin course work within six months of acceptance.
Taking Individual Courses
Students may enroll in City Vision University and take a courses at any time by following the procedures outlined above and paying the applicable fees. The courses are available for professional development and personal enrichment. It is not necessary to be a part of either a certificate or degree completion program.
City Vision University is an Approved Education Provider for CFRE International and NAADAC, the association for addiction professionals. Our courses can be used to fulfill the requirements for initial certification and for continuing education purposes.
We encourage you to print this page for future reference. You can find additional consumer information here.
While City Vision University is nationally accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Council and is recognized by the United States Department of Education we cannot guarantee credit transferability to any given school as transfer of academic credit is determined by the receiving institution.