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ADMISSIONS Admission Requirements

The University of North America is a multicultural, multi-program university that places a strong emphasis on service for its students. Admission to the University of North America is based on equal opportunity and open access to all interested candidates of diverse backgrounds that are seeking to further improve their education or enhance their professional career. 

It is the goal of the University to make as seamless as possible entry into the programs it offers.  To this end, admission representatives and the academic department work with each applicant to ensure that the student is guided into a program that will best meet his/her need.

UoNA is committed to fulfilling its mission without discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, disability, or veteran status. UoNA is guided by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).

Credit Evaluation Requirements

Student credits that are earned outside of the U.S. may be transferable to the University of North America. Beyond the need to have that institution recognized by an accrediting agency or the government in that country, the prospective applicant may need to have their transcripts evaluated by an external agency to determine acceptable transfer credit. The UoNA Admissions Office reserves the right to require a copy of  the evaluation rsult before a decision regarding acceptance is rendered.

The prospective student may want to consider one of the following agencies - which are independent and not affiliated with the University - for credit transfer evaluation: World Education Services Joseph, Silny & Assoc. Global Credential Evaluators, Inc. NACES – National Assn. of Credential Evaluation Services American Association of Collegiate Registrars