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General Requirements for All Applicants to Degree or Diploma Programs Español 🇪🇸

To be considered for admissions into a diploma program, applicants must provide:

  

  • A completed online admissions application.

  • A copy of high school completion (High School Diploma) or its equivalent (General Education Diploma). If high school was completed in a country other than the United States, a translation and evaluation for US equivalency by a member of NACES must also be provided with the copy of high school completion.

  • A Government-issued photo ID (Current Driver’s License, State ID, or Passport).

  • Language Proficiency (as applicable)

    • Pearson Test for English Proficiency (Versant): for students enrolling in the English version of the program whose primary language is not English or who did not complete high school at an English-speaking institution. The test score must be at least 44.

    • Pearson Test for Spanish Proficiency (Versant): for students enrolling in the Spanish version of the program whose primary language is not Spanish or who did not complete high school at a Spanish-speaking institution. The test score must be at least 44.

 

Students wishing to change the language of study for a program (program option) must demonstrate proficiency in that language and sign a new enrollment agreement.

 

Once admitted, students applying to any diploma(non-degree) and degree program will be required to complete an

            ·          University Orientation course of SLS 1601 Orientation & Study and Research 3 Credits

                        offered at JMVU

 

Furnishing false or fraudulent statements or information in connection with an application for admission may result in disciplinary action, denial of admission and invalidation of credits, diplomas or degrees earned.

General Requirements for UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS

The general requirements which apply to all applicants for admission or readmission to associate or bachelor’s degree programs include:

 

  • Completed online admissions application.

  • A $50 nonrefundable undergraduate admissions application fee for new applicants.

  •   Each applicant must demonstrate satisfactory and verifiable completion of a high school degree or GED. If transcripts are submitted, transcripts must be received by JMVU directly from the last educational institution. Foreign diplomas must be accompanied by an official English translation and include an equivalency to an US degree completed by a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services Organization (NACES).

  • Application supplemental essay

  • Language Proficiency (as applicable)

    • Pearson Test for English Proficiency (Versant): for students enrolling in the English version of the program whose primary language is not English or who did not complete high school at an English-speaking institution. The test score must be at least 44.

    • Pearson Test for Spanish Proficiency (Versant): for students enrolling in the Spanish version of the program whose primary language is not Spanish or who did not complete high school at a Spanish-speaking institution. The test score must be at least 44.

 

Students wishing to change the language of study for a program (program option) must demonstrate proficiency in that language and sign a new enrollment agreement.

 

Once admitted, students applying to any diploma(non-degree) and degree program      will be required to complete an

  •       University Orientation course of SLS 1601 Orientation & Study and Research 3 Credits  offered at JMVU

      

Furnishing false or fraudulent statements or information in connection with an application for admission may result in disciplinary action, denial of admission and invalidation of credits or degrees earned.

General Requirements for All Graduate Applicants

The general requirements which apply to all applicants for admission or readmission to Master’s degree programs include:

 

  • Completed online admissions application, including a $75.00 nonrefundable application fee.

 

·    Diploma indicating conferral of a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution (Foreign diplomas or transcripts must be translated and evaluated by a member of NACES).

  • Personal Statement

  • Curriculum Vitae (resume)

  • Admissions Interview

  • Language Proficiency (as applicable)

    • Pearson Test for English Proficiency (Versant): for students enrolling in the English version of the program whose primary language is not English or who did not complete high school at an English-speaking institution. The test score must be at least 44.

    • Pearson Test for Spanish Proficiency (Versant): for students enrolling in the Spanish version of the program whose primary language is not Spanish or who did not complete high school at a Spanish-speaking institution. The test score must be at least 44.

Students wishing to change the language of study for a program (program option) must demonstrate proficiency in that language and sign a new enrollment agreement.

Once admitted, students applying to any diploma(non-degree) and degree program   will be required to complete an

  •      University Orientation course of SLS 1601 Orientation & Study and Research 3 Credits offered at JMVU

               

Furnishing false or fraudulent statements or information in connection with an application for admission may result in disciplinary action, denial of admission and invalidation of credits or degrees earned.

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