Admission Process

• Prospective students can initiate the admission process by filling out an online application form. Alternatively, they can submit their application via email to [] or through text at []. An advisor will be available to guide applicants through the step-by-step admission process.

• Application Review: The application review process typically takes 1 to 2 business days, assuming all necessary documentation has been submitted.

• Admission Decision: Students will be notified of their admission status through email, phone, or text.

• Student Onboarding: Upon fulfilling all the admission requirements, admitted students will proceed to the onboarding phase. During onboarding, students will be enrolled, and class schedules will be provided. This streamlined admission process reflects Hayward University's commitment to facilitating a smooth and efficient journey for prospective students. The involvement of advisors and the use of multiple communication channels contribute to a responsive and supportive admissions experience.


Documents Required

• Prospective students applying to Hayward University are required to submit the following documents along with the application form:

• Resume: A comprehensive resume detailing academic and professional experience. Academic Documents: Copies of Bachelor's degree. Identification: Copy of a government-issued ID.

• English Proficiency (if applicable): For applicants whose first language is not English, submit TOEFL, IELTS, or an English proficiency letter from a reputable institution. Non-Matriculated Students (if applicable):

• Submit a US equivalent of a Baccalaureate degree from any US or non-US educational evaluator or agency. Prior Learning Credit (if applicable): Submit a US equivalent evaluation from any US or non-US educational evaluator or agency for all credit claims. Transfer Students: Submit all credits earned from previous institutions with references. Official Transcripts:

• Submit sealed transcripts directly from institutions with all credits earned. Provide all official transcripts before the end of the first term if only copies of the degree were submitted at the time of admission.

• Letter of Recommendation: Applicants must submit a formally written letter of recommendation from an individual knowledgeable about the applicant's academic background and/or work experience. Include recommender’s first and last name, email address, and phone number with the country code.

• Diplomas and Transcripts in Non-English Languages: For documents not in English, include an official notarized translation, either mailed directly to Hayward University or submitted online.


Note: Hayward University does not require GRE or GMAT scores. Submission of these materials does not guarantee acceptance. The Office of Admissions assesses each applicant's dossier on an individual basis for acceptance, maintaining a comprehensive record of submissions and evaluations.

It is important to note that all documents submitted as part of the application process become the property of Hayward University and will not be returned to applicants. Applicants and students are responsible for any additional fees required for third-party evaluations.