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Let us help you reach for your dreams in the world!

Here at Reformed University, we have opportunities beyond your imagination. We offer a wide range of academic and practical courses for students. 

Here on our academics page, you will find a program to suit your academic needs. Then, come back to this page to apply.

If you have any questions about admissions or the application, please feel free to contact us at admins@runiv.edu or 770-232-2717.

ADMISSIONS POLICY

When all required information and fees have been received by the Office of Admissions, the application will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee. The Admissions Committee will notify the applicant of its decision within 10 business days. An approved student application to Reformed University is valid for one year from the date of approval. 

All Applicants must submit the following information and agreements at the time of application for admission without any exceptions: 

  1. Enrollment Agreement, signed and dated
  2. Student Disclosure Agreement, signed and dated 
  3. Statement of Faith, signed and dated   

Undergraduate Degree Program Applicants must submit the following: 

  1. An application form completed in full for the program for which you seek admission 
  2. Enrollment Agreement 
  3. Non-refundable application fee 
  4. Proof of high school graduation or equivalency is required (i.e., a certified copy of high school diploma, transcript or GED certificate) 

Graduate Degree Program Applicants must already possess a bachelor’s degree (or its equivalent) from an accredited institution and must submit the following:  

  1. An application form completed in full for the program for which you seek admission
  2. Enrollment Agreement 
  3. Non-refundable application fee
  4. Official transcripts mailed directly to Reformed University of all college, university, or seminary records, showing all courses pursued, grades received, and degree(s) earned 

International Student Applicants  

For an international student to be able to study in the US, there is a well-defined procedure that must be followed. It includes following several required steps, such as taking tests, applying for admission, securing an I-20, getting an F-1 visa, and then doing the actual studies in the US. Since March 2017, Reformed University has been approved and certified by the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement to issue I-20s to qualifying international students who are admitted to study at Reformed University.

Applicants must submit the following documents in addition to the documents required for all applicants: 

  1. Application form for international applicants 
  2. Non-refundable I-20 application fee 
  3. F-1 Student Proof of Financial Support
  4. F-1 Student Agreement
  5. Copy of passport and current visa 
  6. Copy of high school diploma, GED certificate and/or accredited institution transcripts with certified English translation 
  7. TOEFL IBT score of 60 or any equivalency to show the English proficiency (i.e., ESL certificate) 
  8. Transfer Clearance Form (for Transfer-In students only) 
  9. International Student Immunization Records form 
  10. International Student Health Insurance Waiver form 
  11. Financial Statement with Affidavit of Support ($22,000/$25,000) 

Please consult the Appendix to the Reformed University Catalog or speak to the International Student Advisor for complete information on international student admission. For all other information regarding International Students, please consult the Student Handbook.

English Language Proficiency Requirements

Incoming initial-entry students (those who are not currently in the US) to the Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (BABA) program must possess a Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet-based Test (TOEFL iBT) score of at least 60 or completed a nationally or regionally accredited English Language program in the U.S.  in order to enroll at Reformed University. Applicants who do not have the required TOEFL score will be required to take the English Placement Test on campus. Reformed University does not currently offer English as a Second Language (ESL) classes. Students who have earned a high school or college degree from within the United States or completed at least a year of credit-bearing academic study at an accredited U.S. university are considered to have met English Language Proficiency requirements. Contact the International Student Advisor with questions regarding the English proficiency test requirements.

Applications: 

1. Domestic Applicant (U.S. Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents): If you are a citizen or lawful permanent resident of the United States, please fill out the APPLICATION FOR U.S. CITIZENS AND LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENTS:
2. International Applicant (F1 Visa): If you are an international student, please fill out the APPLICATION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENT:
3. Application for Change of Status Students:
4. Reinstatement – Reinstatement Processing:

– Student should provide an explanation letter explaining why status has been terminated

– DSO Team will review the explanation letter 

– Decision – will be denied or approved

*For reinstatement, please contact Dr. Veronica at veronica.garcia@runiv.edu



Financial Aid (FAFSA)

Financial Aid (FAFSA)

For financial aid, a student needs to begin the financial aid process: 

  1. Go online to www.fafsa.gov, complete and submit the FAFSA application. 

*Reformed University’s FSA school code: # 04256700

  1. After completing FAFSA online, you must do an interview at Reformed University.
  2. Once your interview is complete, the financial aid office will confirm your registration by email. 

Please note: Applying for Financial Aid is not applying to the University. You must complete an admissions application to be a candidate for Reformed University. 

  1. If you are applying for Federal Direct Loans, you must go online to www.studentaid.gov by using the same FSA (FAFSA) login information to access it. 

*You must complete Entrance Counseling, sign the Master Promissory Note, and submit the confirmation page to the Office of Financial Aid.

*If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Eric Weems, Director of Financial Aid at eric.weems@runiv.edu

Admission FAQs
  1. What are the admission requirements?

Our Board of Admissions completes a holistic review considering academic achievement, leadership development, community service, extracurricular activities, and personal essay among other factors. While we do not have set grade point average and standardized test score requirements, we do have an academic profile that is set for each year.

  1. Does Reformed University accept transfer credits?

Reformed University does not accept transfer credits, however, an applicant’s good academic standing in his/her previous institution can play a positive role in admission decision.

  1. How do I apply for admission?

Reformed University will be accepting admission applications exclusively through the Online Application. The Online Application includes the list of required documents as well. This link is for international applicants who hold or will apply to F-1 student visa. 

If you are a domestic applicant, please, use the Online Application for domestic students

  1. What are the application deadlines?

Deadlines for admissions can vary depending on the student status and requirements. Generally, a student needs to apply at least 4 weeks prior to the start of the semester they wish to attend.

  1. What is the requirement for English Language Proficiency?

Reformed University provides the English Placement Test free of charge to the applicants who do not have TOEFL or IELTS scores. All applicants are required to take the test on campus. However, if you have TOEFL or IELTS scores which are valid during the time of application, you are not required to take the English Placement Test. 

  1. Who is eligible for admission to Reformed University?

Reformed University will consider for admission both domestic and international students, including transfer students and the students who are in the process of changing their status in the U.S.

Refund Policy

After signing the enrollment agreement and making payment, students can request a refund. A dated and signed Tuition Refund Request Form must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office. The Office of Business Affairs considers refund requests and considers extenuating circumstances such as student injury, prolonged illness or death, or other circumstances which prohibit completion of the course or program of study. To calculate a refund Reformed University uses the date on which the student initiates the official withdrawal or drop process as a benchmark. The date is made official when Tuition Refund Request Form is received by the Registrar’s Office. Refund amounts are based on the proration of tuition and the percentage of the program completed at the time of withdrawal. Once the Tuition Refund Request is received and recorded by the Registrar’s Office the refund schedule is as follows:

  1. Within three (3) business days after the signing of the Enrolment Agreement: 100% of tuition and fees is refunded (except for non-refundable application fee)
  2. After three (3) days of the initial Enrolment Agreement and during the first week of a semester: 90% of tuition and fees (no fees will be refunded after this point).
  3. During the second week of a semester 80% of tuition
  4. During the third week of a semester 70% of tuition
  5. During the fourth week of a semester 60% of tuition
  6. During the fifth week of a semester 50% of tuition
  7. NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED AFTER THE FIFTH WEEK OF THE SEMESTER

Most fees and charges for books and/or supplies are refundable with exception of the Application Fee and any items that were special ordered for a particular student or any third-party vendor costs. Refunds will be available within 30 calendar days of the refund request.

Tuition and Fees

TUITION AND FEES FOR 2022 – 2023

The cost of tuition covers only a portion of the student’s education and therefore, Reformed University depends upon the generosity of its supporters to make up the difference. In our endeavor to keep costs as low as possible, the following fees are applicable for any entering students.

Administrative Fees (when applicable)

Application Fee (Domestic & International)$150
I-20 Students Application Fee$50
New Students Orientation Fee$50
Placement Test (per appointment)$30

Extra Fees

Installment Fee (2 payment plan)$100
Graduation Fee$250
Late Registration Fee$100
Late Payment Fee$100
Change of Program Fee$100

Tuition

Undergraduate Program (per credit)
(12 credits = $2,400)
$200
Graduate Program (per credit)
(9 credits = $2,970)
$330
MBA Program (per credit)
(9 credits = $3,870)
$430
Technology Fee (per semester)$122
Student Activity Fee (per semester)$50
Facility Fee (per semester)$50
Registration Fee$100
(per Semester)$322

Office Document Fees

Official Transcript/
Verification of Enrollment/
Travel authorization
$10
Certificate of Graduation/
Certificate of Completion/
On-campus Employment Verification letter
$5
Apostille Fee$15
I-20 Reproduction or Extension$20
Insufficient Fund Charge$50

*These fees are subject to be changed without prior notification.*

Full-time student status for Reformed University is as follows:

  • For Bachelor’s degree program: 12 credit hours (4 courses) per semester
  • For Master’s degree program: 9 credit hours per semester or a combination of classes and 9 clock hours per week toward research and writing.
  • Reformed University students mainly use non-cash payment options that include E-payment, check, and money orders. If you have cash, you can deposit your cash into your bank account and use any of these other methods to pay the University.

* Note: No student will be allowed to register for a new semester and no transcripts or final grades will be released unless all unpaid bills to the university have been paid in full.*

*Note: The application fee is charged only once unless the applicant has completed one program of study and is applying to enter an unrelated program, or the applicant previously withdrew from the institution.*