The first step into a brand new academic career can be intimidating—but you’re not alone.
Together we start strong.
Our enrollment process is simple and easy because we believe in student-centered admission policies. Our staff walk you through the process so that you are not overwhelmed. Our personalized attention and one-on-one advising ensure you get the classes and support you need when you need them.
Our flexible scheduling is designed to meet the needs of today’s busy student. Advance quickly through our quarter-based calendar so you can see results.
A first-year student is currently in high school or has graduated from high school but has not enrolled in a regular session at a college or university. If you’ve completed college courses during high school (through summer after graduation), you are considered a first-year applicant.
Humphreys is a private nonprofit school with a focus on our students. If you do not want to be lost with crowded classes, Humphreys is perfect. Students can get the help and guidance they need without feeling intimidated and overwhelmed. If you have difficulty with a particular class, there is help. There is always help- for free. We are all about personalized attention.
We participate in the federal financial aid program commonly referred to as FAFSA. Our Student Services department makes the financial aid process simple. They know it can be intimidating, so they are there to help you every step of the way. We also offer a Freshmen Scholarship for incoming Freshman who qualify. The Freshmen Scholarship provides students with no student loan debt or out-of-pocket tuition expenses.
Steps for Admission
Here you can read about our admissions process. Your higher education is within reach. Our quarters begin every 13 weeks. Apply today to start your future with Humphreys University.
1. Submit application.
2. Complete financial aid.
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the appropriate award year(s) to determine eligibility for grants, work study, and student loans. The FAFSA is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Schedule an appointment with a financial aid officer if assistance is needed. School Code: 001212
3. Submit high school information.
Submit one official, unopened transcript, GED scores, or the equivalent to the Office of the Registrar.
4. Take placement test.
Successful completion of the reading and writing placement exams are required for enrollment into Humphreys University. An admission counselor will make appropriate arrangements if the placement examination is needed.
5. Register for courses.
Register for first quarter courses with an admission counselor.
Explore our academic programs. We offer Associate, Bachelor, Masters and Juris Doctor degree programs.
Tuition & Fees
Our costs are clear. Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Learn more about costs and fees.
Contact a Counselor
Admissions counselors are available to address any questions. Submit your inquiry today.
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