Applicants to Edmonton University must:
- Complete an interview with an admissions representative.
- Submit a completed application.
- Submit transcripts from all previous colleges/universities attended. The University must receive official transcripts within eight weeks of a student's start date.
- Submit grade reports or scores from any recognized University equivalency examination (e.g., CLEP, DANTES, and Advanced Placement).
- Submit certificates from any corporate education training programs or professional development. A student may be required to register with ACE, if official transcripts are not available from his/her company, to determine appropriate credit for corporate training programs.
- Submit military training documents. (Note: An ACE military evaluation form may be required to determine appropriate credit for military training.)
- Submit transcript request forms for all Universitys attended.
- Submit a $100 registration fee (semester based only).
Eduplacer Placement All new students entering Edmonton University without prior University transfer credit are required to take online Eduplacer placement assessment tests. The University's role in the administration of the Eduplacer test is exclusively and strictly limited to facilitating access to the online examination for applicants to the University and subsequently using examination results to determine students' readiness for University-level coursework in certain critical skills areas.
Eduplacer assessments provide students and their advisors with useful information about an individual's academic skills in mathematics, English and reading. The results of the assessment, in conjunction with a student's academic background, goals and interests, are used by academic advisors to determine a student's initial course selection during the first few sessions of study. Placement tests are "pass" or "fail". However, it is very important that students do their best on these tests so Edmonton University has an accurate measure of a student's academic skills.
Students who score below 80 on the English placement examination or below 57 on the mathematics placement examination are required to take transitional coursework to increase their level of preparation for University-level courses.