Admission Requirements at Universal Vocational Institute
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Admission Requirements & Process
Applicants must be 18 years of age to attend without parental approval. If under the age of 18, a parent or guardian must enroll the applicant. Below are the requirements needed to enroll in UVI:
- All applicants must submit evidence of a high school diploma or General Equivalency (GED).
- Complete Student Enrollment Agreement. (For students who are 17 years and 9 months of age prior to enrollment must have a parent and/or legal guardian sign the Enrollment Agreement.
- A completed student application.
- Students with prior college experience will be required to submit an official transcript for each college attended in order to receive transfer credit.
- All applicants must provide a photo identification card.
- Submission of Public Release Form/Emergency Contact (application will be completed at the school)
- Applicants will receive a school catalog upon completion of enrollment.
- Universal Vocational Institute will keep records of prospective students denied admission for at least one year.
- Prospective students, who were denied admission and would like to view their file, may submit a written request. Access to view the file will be granted within 24 hours of the request.
*Students that do not have all required documents for enrollment at the time they are scheduled to start classes, will be allowed an additional 30 days to provide the documentation required while attending classes.
Universal Vocational Institute has an open enrollment policy. Students are allowed to enroll into the program if schedule permits within the course wheel.
Transfer of Credit
Universal Vocational Institute reserves the right to accept or deny the transferring in of clock hours/credits received from another school. The granting of credit for prior learning or exams cannot exceed twenty five percent (25%) of any program. Programs and tuition will be adjusted according to the number of hours/credits accepted by Universal Vocational Institute.
Any student, who began a program at Universal Vocational Institute and wishes to transfer to another program, will receive credit for courses passed and tuition will be adjusted accordingly. Students who transfer out of Universal Vocational Institute to another institution may receive their transcript reflecting their hours and grades, providing that all financial obligations have been met by the student to UVI. The acceptance of the transferability of credits is the decision of the receiving institution.