You have almost completed your application! Before you sign and submit the required documentation, the below statements will help you understand the next steps of your admission to Nexford University (NXU).
Under Accepted Evaluation Pending (AEP) status, you acknowledge that your application for full admission to Nexford University (NXU) is not complete, and that you will be automatically placed under provisional admission status. Specifically, you have not submitted one or more of the following documents for review by NXU Admissions:
- A scan or photo of your government-issued identification and a passport-style photo or “selfie.”
- Official transcripts showing completion of high school diploma or GED (General Educational Development or equivalent certificate (e.g. HiSET, TASC, etc))
- Official transcript(s) from school(s) attended previously (other university, college, etc.)
- Evidence of English language proficiency (one of the following):
- Certificate of English proficiency recognized by NXU that was issued within the past 2 years, affirming that you earned at least the minimum qualifying score (see the Minimum Score Required for English Proficiency section University Catalog)
Please keep in mind that any incorrect or unreadable documents submitted will also place you under the provisionally admitted status. The AEP status, i.e., provisional admission, will remain until all remaining required documentation is submitted correctly and accurately.
While on AEP status, you are entitled to enroll in one (1) NXU course in the degree program of your choosing, subject to the following restrictions:
- The course must be in a degree program (AAS, Bachelor of Business Administration, or MBA) for which you are qualified (as provisionally established by the partial application submitted and any supporting documentation provided by the deadline noted below). If the information provided is determined to be inaccurate or misleading while you are under AEP status, the University reserves the right to unenroll you from the course and place you in a different course, or to nullify your application
- Before the start of the course, you must complete NXU’s Orientation for new learners with a passing grade, else you will need to retake NXU Orientation the following month, and accordingly delay the start of your program until the first of the month after Orientation
In order to apply your completed course towards your intended degree program, you must:
- Submit all remaining application materials to NXU within 60 days of the enrollment start date; and
- Meet the University’s minimum academic requirements for successfully completing the course
If you do not submit all your remaining application materials to NXU by the day-60 deadline, then:
- You will be placed on suspension, which will run for two (2) months from date of suspension, to allow time to submit your documents
- You will not be allowed to enroll in future courses, and will not receive tuition invoices within the two-month timeframe
- You will not receive academic credit for any completed course(s) and will instead be eligible for a non-degree certificate of completion. This certificate can be evaluated for possible credit if you are accepted into an NXU program in the future
- In the case of missing evidence of English language proficiency, Admission Officers may request alternative supporting materials that might assist the University in certifying their English proficiency status
- If admission documents are still outstanding after the two (2) month suspension, you will be administratively dismissed from your program
- You will have to reapply through the Office of Admissions (email@example.com) along with submitting missing application materials at the time of readmission to Nexford University, after which you may resume your studies on the first day of the next month
For learners who fail to submit their pending admission documents within the 60-day deadline, exceptions can be applied in certain circumstances if the learner submits the appropriate verification and/or supporting documentation. If approved by the Manager of Admissions and Registrar, this will allow the learner a 30-day extension to submit their pending admission documents.
According to the University records retention policy, all outcomes based on the supporting materials provided remain in learners’ records. Any documents received by Nexford University will not be returned to the applicant/learner and cannot be reissued to the applicant/learner or another institution.
Please note that you will be responsible for any costs associated with the submission of your completed application for review by NXU Admissions, and for the monthly tuition fees associated with your first-course enrollment as an AEP learner.
As an AEP learner, enrolled in a course, you will be subject to the same academic policies applicable to all NXU degree learners, which include, but are not limited to:
- Courses run for 54 days
- Each course is divided into 6 modules and a final project, each with specific deadlines
- Learners are required to engage in their course by day 10, else they will be dismissed from the course
- Learners may receive module deadline extensions under certain restrictions
- Learners may resubmit module assignments under certain restrictions
- Learners may not resubmit a course final project
- Learners may request an Incomplete in a course under certain restrictions – subject to review/approval by your professor – which, if granted, extends the course’s closing date to day 70
- Learners may withdraw from a course until day 38 of the term
(Additional details pertaining to these and other pertinent academic policies are discussed in NXU’s Orientation)
For more information about Nexford’s Accepted Evaluation Pending (AEP) status, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
By accepting these Terms and Conditions of application, I confirm that I am physically able to operate a computer for a prolonged period of time (more than an hour), as required to succeed with course completion at Nexford University.