Tubman University Admission Requirements

Welcome to William V. S. Tubman University where “Your Success” is our primary goal. We are available to assist you whether you are new to TU, a returning student, a transfer student or just taking a class. It is our goal to make your experience at TU pleasant and rewarding.

The Office of Admissions, with the assistance of deans, office of Student Affairs provides services, programs and information designed to help you meet your educational goals, including:

Pre-Admissions advising is the first step in helping you determine your academic goals and develop and educational plan. During a one on one interview with an Admissions Officer, you will have an opportunity to explore TU various program offerings, and to learn more about the enrollment process including Testing, Scholarship, Financial Aid, Advising and Registration.

International Student Admissions is for those students who are seeking admission. An International Student Advisor is ready to help you understand immigration regulation and easily navigate the admissions process at TU.

Transcript Evaluation is required of all students who have attended another college or university seeking to have college credit transferred. All successfully completed coursework may be used toward your degree or certificate program at TU. An Official College Transcript must be submitted to the Admissions Office from each institution attended.

New Student Orientation is mandatory for all new first-time, full-time (15 credits or more) students. However, part-time (14 credits or less) students are encouraged to attend. Orientation is designed to help students make a seamless transition to university life.

William V. S. Tubman University provides outstanding educational, cultural, and social experiences to the residents of Maryland County, the Southeastern, and Liberia. The University is accessible, affordable, comprehensive programs include prospective student recruitment, college transfer and career preparation, technical training, and life skills training. The University provides a variety of student services that meet and support the learning needs of an increasingly diverse student population. TU is a dynamic higher education institution that is responsive to the changing needs of its stakeholders: individuals, businesses, government, and educational institutions of the community at large.

The Offices of Admissions and Registrar, Deans and Student Affairs provide services, programs and information designed to help you meet your educational goals.

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