Undergraduate Admission

To be admitted to Bryan University, undergraduate prospective students must complete the following requirements:

  • Earn a high school diploma or its equivalent. Acceptable forms of proof of high school graduation include:
    • Copy of high school diploma (official copy or unofficial picture)
    • Transcript from high school showing graduation date (official or unofficial picture)
    • Letter from the high school on school letter head with a signature from the school administrator indicating the student’s graduation date (official copy or unofficial picture)
    • Copy of GED (official or unofficial picture)
    • GED final test scores indicating passing (official or unofficial picture)
    • DD214 showing proof of graduation (official copy or unofficial picture)
    • Official College transcripts showing 12 completed semester credits for entry into a bachelor’s program (last resort)
    • Official College transcripts showing 6 completed semester credits for entry into a certificate and/or associate program (last resort)
  • Be at least 17 years of age. If a student is under the age of 18, they will be required to have a parent or legal guardian counter-sign enrollment forms.
  • Fill out the University’s application and pay a $25 registration fee.
  • Pass a computer and internet speed assessment to ensure technology minimums are met.
  • For transfer credit evaluation, submit official transcripts from past colleges and universities recognized by the Department of Education.
  • Attend mandatory orientation to demonstrate ability to navigate online coursework.