Whether you’ve made a commitment to yourself, your family or your colleagues, going to college is a personal decision. So, when you officially enroll at Touro University Worldwide (TUW), we make a commitment to you. We will provide a quality experience—from the rigor of our challenging curriculum to the unparalleled level of student support. Meanwhile, all you have to do is provide the determination and the drive.
The Application Process
Once you’re ready to enroll, click the Apply Now tab to fill out the application. An admissions advisor will contact you and help walk you through the process.
TUW accepts applications on a rolling basis. Applicants must complete all application requirements and submit all necessary documentation before being considered fully admitted. Applicants are responsible for providing official documents to TUW.
TUW will accept unofficial transcripts to complete an unofficial credit transfer evaluation while waiting for official transcripts to arrive. Official transcripts must be sent to the registrar’s office directly from the issuing institution by the end of the second session (16 weeks) of enrollment. Unsealed official transcripts received from the students will not be considered official. Failure to file complete and authentic documents may result in denial of admission or cancellation of academic credits.
As a nonprofit organization committed to serving the underserved, Touro University Worldwide has waived the $60 application fee for all prospective students.
TUW will confirm receipt of the application within 24 business hours and will provide additional instruction and information if the application is incomplete.
Earn your bachelor’s degree at TUW. High school graduates or equivalent and transfer students from an accredited university may apply. International students must meet English Proficiency Requirement.
Master’s applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree prior to enrolling in an online graduate degree program. International students must meet English Proficiency Requirement.
Prospective doctoral students must hold a master’s degree from an accredited university to be considered. International students must meet English Proficiency Requirement.
High school seniors and home-schooled students may take lower-level undergraduate courses. These credits can be applied toward a degree or transferred after high school graduation.
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