Enrollment Procedures

Enrollment Procedures

Prospective students must complete an Enrollment Agreement specifying the program, language and delivery method of choice before receiving an acceptance by the institution.

Enrollment Agreement and Registration

Prospective students must complete an Enrollment Agreement specifying the program, language and delivery method of choice before receiving an acceptance by the institution.

To register for classes, students must have academic and administrative clearance, which includes the requirement that all tuition and fees are paid by the required dates.


Personal Interview

A personal interview with an admissions representative is required for all applicants prior to acceptance into their program. During this interview, the admissions representative evaluates an applicant’s career goals and potential for academic success.

Language of Programs

Programs are taught in English or Spanish. Class starts vary depending upon the language of instruction. Evidence of English proficiency is required if a student’s primary language is not English and is applying for a Degree Program taught in English. The applicant must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). A minimum TOEFL score of 500 must be achieved on the written format, or 173 on the computer version, or 61 on the internet based. Please see the admissions requirements for more information.

Completing a course or program in a language other than English may reduce employability where English is required.

Late Enrollment

A student who wishes to enroll after the registration deadline (which is the Class Start Date of every Term) may do so with the approval of the Registrar and up to the Add/Drop Period, which is one week within the beginning of the term. A late registration fee of $25 will apply

Acceptance by Institution

The UNIR International University catalog is available online at the institution’s website www.unir.edu for all applicants to review. Applicants receive catalogs prior to their interview. The catalog is reviewed during the interview with the applicant. The applicant is encouraged to ask questions and is given additional clarification if needed. The applicant signs the enrollment agreement and attests to the fact that s/he understands the terms and conditions of attending UNIR International University. Upon review of the application and enrollment documents, the University will determine if the prospective student is accepted into the selected program and is eligible to register for classes. The applicant will be informed of the admission’s decision by letter within ten (10) business days of the interview and submission and review of all required documents.