Frequently Asked Questions
Below are answers to questions that have been asked by students, faculty and prospects. You will find most of your answers here. If, after reviewing this page, you still need help, please contact us.
We are accredited by Middle State Commission on Higher Education. We also have all the accreditation and licenses required to function as a recognized university in the United States.
Since our program is bilingual, we offer English courses associated with the curriculum of studies.
We do not offer GED, however, we have a list of institutions and centers where where you can obtain additional information depending your area of residence
There is no proficiency level needed as a requirement. We use placement tests in order to incorporate the student at the appropriate level according to the test results. This way we can help develop and enhance your second language at academic level no matter how much knowledge you have before you start.
Being a University that helps the community it serves, we pride ourselves on having accessible and competitive costs. To know the cost of your interest we invite you to visit us to work out a plan specially designed for you. You can also visit the Tuition Cost section of this website.
We have daytime, night and weekend schedules.
Yes. We also assist the interested party with the application process of student visa and with the transfers, complying with the regulations of the Department of the United States.