Flexibility. Affordability. Dream-Big-Ability.
Because college is for all, not the few.
Real talk: education should meet the needs of many, not just a privileged few. And we make it happen. So if you’re dreaming of a brighter today and tomorrow, AMU offers the flexibility and affordability to help make it a reality. Take a look at our admissions checklist below, and if you haven't already, apply today.
Submit the Application for Admission
Complete the Acknowledgement of Student Rights and Responsibilities
Read over the University’s policies and procedures as well as accept the University’s agreement to handle disputes through arbitration.
Verify Your Identity
We believe you are who you say you are. Still, students are required to upload a valid government-issued photo ID in our secure document portal. For military and veterans, we request a copy of the Joint Services Transcript in lieu of requiring a photo ID. Air Force applicants are required to submit a valid government-issued photo ID to email@example.com or an official CCAF transcript.
Submit Proof of High School Completion (if applicable)
Tour the Ecampus
Begin the Transfer Credit Application
This starts the process of evaluating your prior college, military, and/or professional credits. A Transfer Credit Application is required for all undergraduate degree-seeking students who have attended other accredited institutions. Once all documentation is received, the process can take 2-3 weeks, so start it early!
Determine Payment Options
Affordability is one of the main differences between us and the other guys. We accept several forms of payment such as federal student aid, military tuition assistance, veterans benefits, scholarships and loans, employer funding, and self-payment. Consider your options, then choose the best payment for your budget. Details can be found within your ecampus and are also located on our website.
Register for Classes
Review Books/Course Materials
Ebooks and/or textbooks are provided to all credit-seeking undergraduate students at no cost through our University book grant. Ebooks may be in the classroom or online library. Some programs will have additional course material costs not covered by this grant. The materials needed can be viewed within the Academic Plan. Simply click on the course title and select the Course Materials block under the course’s description to see what materials are needed.
Enter Your Classroom
With your work ethic, you’re no stranger to the phrase “the early bird gets the worm.” The classroom opens at 6 a.m. ET. You must log into your classroom at least once the first week and complete the first week’s introductory forum post. This post must contain at least 250 words and be submitted by 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday. If you do not complete this requirement during week one by the noted specifications, you will be automatically dropped from the course.
Coincidence that ebooks rhymes with “free books?” We think not. Yes, all ebooks and textbooks are provided to credit-seeking undergraduate students at no cost – thanks to the University’s book grant. Some programs will have additional course material costs not covered by this grant. The materials needed can be viewed within the Academic Plan. Simply click on the course title and select the Course Materials block under the course’s description to see what materials are needed.
Courses Start Monthly