ADMISSION APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION
a. are over 21 years of age, and
b. have successfully completed academic work from an accredited college or university, and
c. are in good standing from the last institution attended OR
d. are a returning student after three years absence.
International students should review the "International
Student Admission Requirements
" before applying for admission.
Return the application to Amberton University. This will begin the admission procedures. Within a week, you should receive a letter advising you of your admission status to the University. You do not have to wait for this letter in order to register.
During the registration period you may submit your application for admission and your registration form at the same time.
Select the course(s) you want to take and complete the
for Enrollment Form
(click here for a Schedule of Classes
). Either mail or fax the form to Amberton University or place it in either of the University Drop Boxes located in front of the Student Services Office both inside and outside the building. You should receive a verification of your registration within five (5) days. Follow the directions in the registration packet to complete the registration process.
If you are a degree-seeking student and have attended other universities, you will need to have official transcripts sent to Amberton University for evaluation. Transcript request forms are provided for your convenience in the Student Services Office. As transcripts are received, they will be evaluated. You will receive a copy of the assessment in the form of an Electronic Transfer of Credit Report (ETCR). The ETCR can then be used to prepare a degree plan using the electronic system. Graduate students who have completed a standard graduate entrance examination (GRE, GMAT, MAT) in the last six years may want to provide an official copy of their scores (not required).
Mail application to:
1700 Eastgate Drive
Garland, TX 75041