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Admission to the University

  • Completed application for admission with a paid enrollment fee.
  • Request transcripts from all postsecondary educational institutions previously attended. 
  • Submission of the student’s ACT or SAT scores or program specific entrance evaluation.
  • At the time of matriculation, a regular student must possess a high school diploma; have an official GED certificate, or a homeschooled certification. 

Students wishing to enter the on-campus Baccalaureate Division in Paralegal Studies must possess an associate degree in Paralegal Studies from Sullivan or another paralegal program that is ABA-approved, or which is in substantial compliance with ABA guidelines and otherwise appropriately accredited, or is a full member of the American Association for Paralegal Education.

  • All applicants to Sullivan University’s graduate programs must be either in their final two quarters of classes in a Bachelor’s degree program at Sullivan University or have an earned Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.
  • Completed application for admission with a paid enrollment fee.
  • Request transcripts from all postsecondary educational institutions previously attended. 
  • Complete any program specific admissions requirements specified in the university’s catalog.
  • No GRE or GMAT required for admission
  • The Doctor of Pharmacy application cycle opens in July of each calendar year in accordance with PharmCAS.
  • The Master of Science in Physician Assistant application cycle opens in May of each calendar year in accordance with CASPA.

Sullivan University welcomes students who are committed to higher learning and professional development. In addition to satisfying the regular admission requirements for an associate, bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral program, international students must provide specific documentations when submitting an application. Listed below are the details regarding the application process for international students seeking admission to the university for both undergraduate and graduate programs.

Prospective students are expected to:

  • Provide a completed Sullivan application along with paid application and processing fee.
  • Provide a copy of their current Passport (including all pages of existing visas and/or entry stamps).
  • Submit Statement of Purpose (750-word essay of past, present, and future).
  • Include a copy of their current I-20 (if applicable).
  • GRE or GMAT score (required). (Graduate School).
  • SAT or ACT (unless you have an associate degree) for undergraduate admission.
  • Official transcripts from an accredited university or college.
  • Provide accepted statements of financial responsibility (converted to U.S. dollars) and verification of their ability to fund estimated minimum expenses.
  • Provide an Affidavit of Support for sponsorship along with financial documentation supporting the sponsorship.
  • TOEFL, IELTS, or iTEP (required).

All applicants, undergraduate and graduate, whose native language is not English must submit TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language), IELTS or iTEP scores to demonstrate basic English proficiency. Applicants native to Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand and the United Kingdom will be presumed to be proficient.

It is the applicant’s responsibility to obtain necessary information and application forms and to schedule and take the test by a date that will assure delivery of results to the university by required deadlines. Only TOEFL scores of 197 (computer-based), 500 (paper-based) or 60 (Internet-based) will be considered for admission to any program in the university. TOEFL scores are only valid for two years after the test date. An IELTS score of 6.5 or an iTEP score of 4.0 is required for undergraduate students and 5.0 is required for graduate students.

The University may require an advance deposit of funds to cover one year’s estimated expense for all non-immigrant international graduate students before the issuance of the I-20 Form.

Please note that applications will be received on a competitive basis and Sullivan University does not guarantee admission.

Future students are strongly adviced to explore the websites listed below which explain official regulations and the legal process for students wishing to pursue academic studies in the United States.

Non-Degree Seeking Students: Students who enroll for personal and/or professional development rather than to pursue a diploma or degree may apply for admission to the university as non-degree seeking students. Admission status is determined by the information reported by the applicant. A high school transcript or GED certificate is required. There is no limit to the number of credit hours a non-degree student may accumulate.

However, should the student decide to convert his or her enrollment status from non-degree seeking to degree-seeking there is no guarantee that the courses taken while in a non-degree seeking status will be applicable to a particular Sullivan University degree program. The person who converts to a degree-seeking status must meet all regular admissions requirements for the appropriate degree-seeking program. A student whose status is non-degree seeking is responsible for notifying the registrar’s office if he or she chooses to become a degree-seeking student.

Please Note: Courses with the prefixes BFS and PBA, as well as CAM 252, CAM 256, and CAM 260 may not be taken by non-degree seeking students.