Admission in TIU - Missouri
The International University (TIU), its subsidiaries, and affiliated institutions admits students of any race, colour, national origin, sex, age, handicap, or religious preference in its educational programs, activities, and employment as required by the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Amendments including Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972.
TIU, reserves the right, without notice, to change the requirements for graduation, to change the arrangement or contents of courses, the instructional methods or materials used, the tuition and other fees, to alter any regulation, academic or non-academic, affecting the student body; to refuse admission to any student at any time, should it be in the interest of TIU or the student to do so. It also reserves the same right to any other material in this site or catalogue. It is the responsibility of the student to inquire if information in the catalogue or other college materials is current.
Application for admission may be made at any time. To be admitted to the undergraduate programs of TIU, a student must have a high school diploma or equivalent. In order to be admitted to the M.S. program, the candidate must hold at least a legal, recognized Bachelors degree.
Once a student decides to enrol, it should complete the application for admission and return it to TIU, along with any transcripts from other institutions and a resume of any life, work, or other security experience the student would like to have evaluated. After this information has been evaluated by the Faculty Review Committee, the applicant will be notified of the acceptance or rejection of his or her application, or if more information is required.
Each student who applies to and is accepted by TIU will be assigned a Faculty Review Committee. The Committee will work with the student to evaluate previous academic weaknesses and strengths and assist in developing and maintaining a unique and personalized study program.