Undergraduate and Academic Certificate Admissions Policy

American Intercontinental University encourages students who have the motivation, interest, and desire to pursue and complete a postsecondary degree to apply. To be considered for admission to an undergraduate degree program, applicants must fulfill the admissions requirements listed below:

  1. Complete all required admissions application documents.
  2. Submit official proof of high school graduation or its equivalent by the end of first quarter of enrollment.
  3. You may be required to complete an informational admissions interview.
  4. Non-native speakers of English are required to provide proof of English proficiency (e.g. TOEFL or other English proficiency assessment) prior to admission.

American InterContinental University offers students the opportunity to be conditionally admitted and begin courses pending AIU’s receipt of their Proof of High School Graduation or equivalency. Acceptable documentation of high school graduation (called Proof of High School Graduation) must be received by the institution prior to the first day of the second quarter in the program of study. An extension may be granted upon approval from the University Registrar’s Office. Upon receipt, and review of acceptable documentation verifying completion of high school or equivalency, students may be officially admitted to the University as a regular student. Students who are conditionally admitted will incur tuition and fee charges and are financially responsible for all costs of attending the University.