Admission Policy

You can receive an Application Packet by writing, calling, or e-mailing our Admissions Office. Contact information follows.

Director of Admissions
Horizon University

2040 S. Brea Canyon Rd. Suite 100
Diamond Bar, CA 91765
Phone: (909) 895-7138
E-mail: info@horizonuniversity.org

 

We recommend that you begin the application process as early as possible. Before we can review your application packet, we must have all of the required documents. It has been our experience that it can take several weeks for transcripts and other key documents to be sent to Horizon University, so starting the process early is vital.

Once your application package is complete and is done so by the deadline, we will review your application and will respond promptly with our decision. If your package is missing items and the deadline is drawing near, please contact our Admissions Office immediately to discuss options available to you. When possible, we will review your package and offer you provisional admission. Upon receiving provisional admission, you will be required to complete any missing details or documents.

 

The application process consists of three steps. All three must be completed before admission to the University is official.

1) Complete the application documents, including:

  • A completed and signed Application Form;
  • Payment of the non-refundable application fee;
  • and Submission of proof of graduation (Please refer to each academic program);
  • Submission of passport, visa, I-94, bank statement/affidavit of support, previous school I-20 Form (International students only).

2) Letter of Acceptance

Admission’s Office will review your Application Package when all required materials are received and it is deemed complete. It is our goal to send you written notification as soon as possible, but no later than two weeks after application submission. However, at any time, you may contact the Admission Office to inquire as to the status of your application.

 

3) Tuition Payment and Registration

Upon receiving the Letter of Acceptance, your tuition fees need to be paid before you can register for classes. Once your account is paid in full, you may register for your desired classes.