Here we discuss the most common and general, frequestly asked questions related to Admissions provided by California Port University. This is to help our current and new students umderstand how applying at California Port University works.
An applicant who has not attended a university or college. The applicant has completed his or her secondary education.
High school graduates who completed at least 12 semester hours or 18 quarter hours at a regionally accredited college or university.
All the students coming from all over the globe having passion to turn their life around by getting higher education.
California Port University awards vrious types of financial grants and financial aid options to assit its students in compeleting their academic goals and ultimately meeting their career requirements. In orderto avail these financial aid options, you dont have to be strictly a US citizen, this means that online students enrolled at California Port University, coming from all over the world are eligible for these finacial aid options. You can use financial aid options for:
Submit your secondary records (high school) and or postsecondary records (college/university) in the native language with a certified, literal (exact) English translation (if applicable). If the certificate/diploma was issued with completion of education, it too must be submitted in the native language with a certified, literal (exact) English translation.
Undergraduate applicants (beginning freshmen and transfer) are also required to submit secondary and college or university credentials from non-U.S. institutions to a credential evaluation agency for a course-by-course evaluation with grade point average calculation.
Submit your college records to the Office of Admissions and to the department. If you are attending an international university, you must submit transcripts and degree/diploma statement in the native language with a certified, literal (exact) English translation (if applicable).
Students who are admitted as a high school student but did not enroll need to visit their personalized online student portal to submit a change in desired term and also submit transcripts from all other institutions attended to the Office of Admissions. Please note that when changing your desired semester of enrollment, your application will undergo a new review process. If more than one year has elapsed, another application form and application fee must be submitted.
Admitted students with college or university credit will be able to access their official transfer credit evaluation approximately six weeks after their required Advanced Enrollment Deposit is received. This evaluation, available on the student online portal, shows how courses completed at other institutions transfer to California Port University. Until then, transfer students are encouraged to use the Office of Admissions' searchable transfer credit equivalency system or reach out to the university representatives, available 24/7.