• (213)250-7744, (213)999-3389
  • lordlanduniversity@hotmail.com
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GENERAL ADMISSION

Applicants seeking admission to Lordland University are evaluated on the basis of academic ability suffi cient to complete the selected educational program. To be considered an acceptance, applicant must be at least 18 years of age when applying, and his/her status has to be a legal residence of the United States.

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

Lordland University strives to bring students who are committed to personal and intellectual growth. The university welcomes students who are creative, motivated, self disciplined and committed to Christian learning.

APPLICATION ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Student applicants may expect to receive acknowledgement of their applications within three weeks of fi ling. Lordland University advises prospective students to supply complete and accurate information for admission and for all other university petition forms. Further, applicants must submit authentic and official transcripts of all previous academic work attempted as well as military and vocational training records, if any. Transcripts will be evaluated and credit will be given in accordance with the university’s transfer credit and assessment of prior training policy. Failure to fi le a complete application may result in denial of admission, cancellation of academic credit, suspension, or expulsion. A transcript has to be sent directly from the school of origin and has to contain the official seal with the Custodian of Record’s signature. The responsibility for assuring of an official transcript to reach our Office of Admissions and Records rests with the applicant. Unofficial transcripts will be accepted for preliminary evaluation; however, official transcripts must be on fi le before a degree or a certificate program is granted to qualified applicants.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Prospective students, applying for part-time or full-time, must fi le a complete application. To request an application, please contact:

Lordland University Offi ce of Admissions and Records

  • 119 Belmont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90026
  • TEL: (213) 250-7744
  • FAX: (213) 250-7745
  • www.lordland.us
  • lordlanduniversity@hotmail.com

The mandatory $350 non-refundable application fee should be in the form of a check or a money order payable to the Lordland University. When submitting application in person, application fee can be paid by credit card or in cash

Plan ahead to request required transcripts of records of all previous scholastic work from each school or college attended. The transcripts required at Lordland University are

  • High school transcript and/or diploma
  • An offi cial transcript from each college or university attended
  • A letter of recommendation from your formal instructor

Additional application requirements for international students: Photocopies of

  • Your current passport, I-94, and Visa
  • Drivers License issued in the United States or picture ID
  • I-20 issued from your previous institution
  • Financial Statement

Bachelor’s Degree Programs

Students will qualify for undergraduate admission if they:

  • Have graduated from high school, have earned a Certifi cate of General Education Development (GED), or have passed the California High School Profi ciency Examination
  • Have completed for admission in college or college-preparatory subjects with grades of “C” or better

Master’s Degree Programs

Students will qualify for graduate admission if they:

  • Have completed a four-year college course of study
  • Have the baccalaureate earned from the college or university previously attended
  • Have attained a grade point average of at least 2.5 in an acceptable earned baccalaureate degree

Doctoral’s Degree Programs

Minimum requirements for admission to the doctoral degree program are:

  • An earned baccalaureate degree and master’s degree from a institution of higher education
  • Good academic standing at the last institution of higher education attended
  • A grade point average minimum of 3.0 in upper division and graduate study