The Office of Admissions is responsible for the admission of students to the University.
Each fall semester in general begins at the end of August; and each spring semester begins at the end of January.
Freshman Application Procedure
To be considered for admission as a freshman, the applicant must submit the following items by the appropriate deadlines:
A completed Freshman Application packet, including at least one required essay.
Submit each document listed below for the program to which you are seeking admission (Note: all legal documents are required to be written in English.)
Passport size photograph (1; taken within last three months)
Driver’s license photocopy (1)
Passport photocopy (1)
Original Certificate of High School Graduation
Testimony (only for B.A.B.)
Essay Writing (Not required for Non-Degree seeking students)
Original Certificate of Bachelor’s Degree
Original Official Bachelor’s Transcripts (minimum of 120 credits)–GPA 2.0 or above
Original Course by Course Evaluation (if applicable)
Seminary (M.Div./M.R.E./MCC): Reference Letter & Testimony
Admission Interview (if applicable)
Freshman Application Review Procedure
An admission decision is mainly made based upon the applicant’s academic strengths, personal experiences and achievements demonstrated through all the submitted materials. In case that any exceptional situations, which are not specified within the current admission policy, arise, the Admissions Office will hold a temporary ‘admission review committee’ to determine the best recommendation for each case.
Degrees Earned Outside the U.S.
All transcripts from colleges or universities outside the U.S. must be translated into English and evaluated by an accredited U.S. evaluation service before an admission decision can be made.
Students with high school diplomas are eligible to apply for the undergraduate programs. Students who have attended undergraduate programs less than two years in the U.S. or studied less than six months in E.S.L. programs must have a minimum TOEFL score of 68.
Student without High School Diploma
In addition to all application materials, the student must provide a copy of GED result. It is strongly encouraged for the student to provide as much information as possible about his/her circumstances in support of the application.
Graduate Application Procedure
Students with bachelors’ degrees are eligible to apply for the graduate programs. Students who have attended graduate programs less than two years in the U.S. or studied less than six months in E.S.L. programs must have a minimum TOEFL score of 68.
Criteria for Admission into Graduate School
Prospective students who is applying WMCGWs graduate program should meet these criteria;
Hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university in the U.S or hold a college or university degree equivalent to a four-year American baccalaureate degree from a foreign institution. WMCGW will recognize degrees that were earned in only three years of study.
Have earned at least a 3.0 grade point average (on a 4 point scale) for the last 90 graded quarter credits or 60 graded semester credits.
Be proficient in English: