At HIU we want you to succeed. An expert Admissions Advisor will walk you through your enrollment process and be available for you throughout your degree. You can reach an advisor at any time via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (305) 448-7454. We can assist with your enrollment process, guide you through the application, answer all your questions regarding your program, forms, fees, and how to get started. We can also evaluate and transfer records of prior education, if applicable. Your Admissions Advisor is uncharged of connecting you with your Academic Representative.
Tuition must be paid on time according to the terms specified on the Enrollment Agreement. In the case of extenuating circumstances, students should consult their Admissions Advisor.
Students interested in applying for financial assistance must speak with their Admissions Advisor and go over their payment options.
Payments of the balance will be distributed through the length of the academic semester for which the charges are due.
The University accepts payments in the form of cash, checks, money orders, bank transfers, and cards.
Qualified applicants are accepted regardless of their race, color, sex, religious beliefs, physical disability or national origin. The University offers special assistance to qualified disabled applicants whenever possible or practical.
To apply for admissions, the prospective applicant must make an appointment to meet (online or in person) with a University’s representative who will provide all the necessary information related to the University and the program of study under consideration.
Applicants who wish to enroll must:
Humboldt International University requires:
Applicants to Undergraduate Degrees must also present:
High school diploma, domestic or international, or the equivalent General Education Diploma (GED).
Transfer students who wish to complete their Bachelor's Degree in HIU must also present proof of previous education.
Applicants to Graduate Degrees must also present:
Master's Degree: Bachelors degree, domestic or international.
Doctoral: Master degree, domestic or international, for admissions to the Doctoral degree
program. GPA minimum of 3.0 (B).
The English Proficiency Test was developed by HIU’s Faculty Committee and is used as an aid in determining the language proficiency and English comprehension level of incoming students.
Applicants who have been accepted at the University and who have taken courses at other
Institutions and/or who have special qualifications or developed skills may apply for a transfer of
credit hour(s) and/or evaluation of skills. Credit(s) may be accepted and/or granted toward the
student’s academic program at the discretion of the University. A maximum of 50% of the
courses required for the program will be accepted as transferred credits.
Credits earned from previous education at an Institution may be transferred to the permanent record of students registered at Humboldt International University.
Students must request former Academic Institution(s) to forward official transcript(s) to HIU’s Registrar Office. Former transcripts are evaluated by the Academic Dean designee.
Approval will be based on the number of credit hours already completed and equivalency with the course associated with the students’ academic program.
To evaluate credits transferability, students must first submit a written request and the supporting documentation to support said request. The transferability request must be submitted to the Registrar at any time during the week before or within the first week of class of the academic term. Students subject to this credit review are expected to take the academic course under evaluation.
Students will receive a written notice for the credit(s) allowed and the adjusted tuition and program length within five days.
The University neither guarantees nor implies that other Institutions will accept the credits earned at Humboldt International University. Each Institution has its policies, which rule the acceptance of credits from other Institutions.
No credits will be granted for academic courses that have received a grade lower than a “C” (70%).
In the event that credits are not accepted, students have the right to submit a written appeal to the University Director within one week of denial. University Director will review the transcript and make a final determination within five business days.