Understanding the
Admission Process

Wilmington University Admissions is where it all begins – this is the place to support and guide you during the entire application process – understanding admission requirements, advising, and more.

Wilmington University honors an open admissions policy and welcomes applications from all interested potential students.

Classes start every 8 weeks

Discover WilmU

At Wilmington University, students have the opportunity to pursue a career and become a leader. It's not just about meeting your potential, it's about exceeding it.

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    Visit Us – Virtual College Tours/In-Person College Visits

We regularly schedule campus tours and events for you to meet us, see our facilities, and make a connection that we know will help make the difficult choice of selecting a university easier.

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Career-Focused Degree Programs

Practitioner faculty use hands-on teaching method to help you build the skills you need for career advancement.

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Flexible Course Options

Discover the many ways WilmU fits your life, with flexible schedules, convenient locations, and online options.

    Online Learning      Course Options

Affordable Tuition

You shouldn't have to break the bank to earn your degree and work toward a bright future.

  Paying for School   Tuition & Fees   Financial Aid

Transfer Up to 90 Credits

Whether you've taken a few classes or you already hold an associate degree, WilmU makes it easy for you to continue to pursue your degree.

   Transfer Admission    Learn More

Frequently Asked Questions

A: Yes, all students are required to pay the non-refundable application fee.

A: No, the application fee is non-refundable.

A: A transcript is the official record of your academic history at an institution. An official transcript will have the seal of the college on it and is only transferable electronically or in a sealed envelope.

A: Wilmington University offers rolling admission so you may apply at anytime. Please note: Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Family Nurse Practitioner, and Doctoral programs have specific deadlines. Please check the application packet for additional information.

A: Login to the Admissions Portal, to determine what missing documents are still required for the admissions process.

A: Once you are accepted into a degree program, you may register for courses.

A: As soon as you've decided to attend Wilmington University, please have official transcripts sent electronically or via mail in a sealed envelope directly from the school of attendance. If you are currently in high school, submit after graduation.

A: High school transcripts are only required if you have 15 or less transferable college credits.

A: The Financial Aid process can take 4-6 weeks and cannot be released until Wilmington University receives your official transcripts listing a conferral date.