The following are our academic admissions requirements.
Undergraduate students may certify their academic eligibility either:
1) by providing any of the following items of documentation:
a) A copy of a high school diploma.
b) A copy of a final, official high school transcript that shows the date when the diploma was awarded.
c) A copy of a General Educational Development (GED) certificate or GED transcript that indicates the student passed the exam.
d) Certification of a passing score on a test that the student’s state authorizes and recognizes as the equivalent of a high school diploma. This includes tests similar to the GED, such as the High School Equivalency Test or the Test Assessing Secondary Completion. A test transcript is also acceptable if it indicates that the final score is a passing score or that the student’s state considers the test results to meet its high school equivalency requirements.
e) A copy of the “secondary school leaving certificate” or similar document from the proper government agency for students who completed secondary school in a foreign country.
f) An academic transcript that indicates the student successfully completed at least a two-year program that is acceptable for full credit toward a bachelor’s degree at any participating school, such as an associate’s degree program.
g) A copy of a secondary school completion credential for homeschool (other than a high school diploma or its recognized equivalent), if state law requires homeschooled students to obtain that credential.
h) A transcript or the equivalent, signed by the parent or guardian of a homeschooled student, that lists the secondary school courses the student completed and documents the successful completion of a secondary school education in a homeschool setting, if this is acceptable proof according to state law.
2) When allowed by federal regulations, by completing an online self-certification form of their high school graduation or equivalent indicating the institution name, city, state, and year of graduation, which is electronically signed.
At the beginning of their first term and before they take their first proctored exam, students should:
College or university transcripts must be official copies from the institution. Electronic copies should be sent directly from the institution to firstname.lastname@example.org. Physical copies should be mailed from the institution to: City Vision University, 1100 E 11th Street, Kansas City MO 64106-3028.
High school students may also enroll in City Vision University for dual enrollment credit. As per our accreditor’s policies, these students may only enroll if it does not interfere with their high school studies.
Dual enrollment students do not qualify for financial aid, and thus are not required to submit the documentation of high school graduation or equivalent which is required of other students. Rather, they are admitted on the basis of a signed letter of approval from their parent(s) or guardian(s) granting permission and verifying that taking college courses will not interfere with their high school education.
This letter should be sent to the registrar’s office via fax at 816-256-8471, email to email@example.com or by mail to City Vision University, 1100 E 11th Street, Kansas City, MO 64106-3028.
Beginning in the 18-19 aid year, students that have been flagged as having “Unusual Enrollment History” in their financial aid application will have 14 days to supply documentation resolving the Unusual Enrollment History flag, or else they will be ineligible for financial aid, pending appeal to firstname.lastname@example.org. Exceptions may be made to the 14 day deadline for students that are affiliated with a partner organization that provides an advisor to the student.
To see more details on this policy, and on the types of documents that may be requested, visit the Unusual Enrollment History policy and procedure page.
City Vision University does not discriminate in its admissions because of race, sex, color, creed, age, religion, or national origin or any characteristic protected by law.
City Vision University courses are delivered totally over the Internet. Some courses have on-site requirements, however, that require access to the operations of a ministry or nonprofit.