FAQ / Transcripts
Please contact your Admissions or Program Advisor in this case.
Yes. Because you will not be able to submit additional applications, please make sure to submit all courses from all transcripts in the ONE application.
Please visit your Self Services Portal to submit any required documents.
Please click here to see the required application materials and procedure to sending the necessary documents:
If you would like to submit a transfer credit request, do so online using the UoPeople Self-Service Portal here.
How do I send my original documents or academic certificates? Can I email them instead of sending them in the post?
UoPeople accepts notarized copies of official documents uploaded to your UoPeople Self Services Portal, this can be accessed once you have completed your application to the university and paid your application fee. They may also be scanned and sent to: [email protected] . Otherwise, UoPeople happily accepts scanned documentation.
If you are a non-native English speaker, or you graduated from an institution where English was not the primary language of instruction, please see which other English proficiency documents you may submit to be considered for admission to UoPeople here http://www.uopeople.edu/files/Pdf/english_proficiency_qualifications.pdf .
Yes! University of the People welcomes all individuals who meet the admissions criteria to apply. A GED diploma is an acceptable document to send in for your application to be reviewed.
Any provider on the list of NACES (National Association of Credential Evaluation Services), including:
World Education Services (WES – www.wes.org) Foreign Credential Services of America (FCSA – http://foreigncredentials.org/) International Education Research Foundation (IERF – http://www.ierf.org/)To view the full list of members: http://naces.org/members.html.
Yes, you may send a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Doctorate diploma AND transcript instead of a high school certificate and transcript.