Founded with individuals just like you in mind, Harrison Christian University provides student-centered support services that are personal, responsive and geared toward assisting students in achieving their ministry and professional educational goals.
Enrollment can be completed in minutes.
- You must be at least 17 years old to take online degree courses (See “Concurrent Admission” in the HCU 2017-2018 Academic Catalog concerning admission of high school students).
- Complete an HCU Online Student Application.
- Provide and request necessary documents for student enrollment.
- Submit $50.00 HCU Application Fee (Mail to: Harrison Christian University 10129 S. Yale Ave. Tulsa, OK 74137)
Upon completing an application, you will be contacted by one of our Admissions Advisors to help you in your educational journey.
“I have been acquainted with the ministry of the Harrison’s for over 35 years and have sat under their ministry for many years. I have watched the amazing growth of the ministry and I have the utmost respect, admiration and faith in Pat Harrison. Because of knowing the quality of her ministry I highly recommend HCU. If you have a desire to grow in spiritual wisdom & knowledge then this is the place for you. It is the right amount of spiritual knowledge mixed with wisdom to live and succeed in this world. Thank you to Pat Harrison for the stability of this ministry to teach spiritual principles that last a lifetime”
Harrison Christian University (HCU) establishes admission criteria to ensure that students who enroll are capable of successfully completing and benefiting from the educational offerings. HCU admits students regardless of race, color, national origin, disability, sex or age to its programs. Applicants under the age of 17 are required to provide parental consent when entering into signed agreements with the University. Applicants must complete the HCU Student Application form and submit it to an Admissions Advisor or online at email@example.com.
*All documents become the property of HCU once submitted and will be handled with complete confidentiality.
Applicants for admission must possess a high school diploma or GED at the time of admission. To be considered for admission to an undergraduate degree or graduate degree program, applicants must submit the following:
- A complete HCU Student Application which includes a valid phone number, email, physical address, and the last four digits of the student’s Social Security number (SSN), if applicable.
- Copy of high school diploma or GED.
- Meet HCU admission requirements.
- Students can apply through the HCU website or clicking on the link below.
- Calling one of our helpful Admissions Advisors at 918-510-6875 or 918-492-5800
- Text Connect at: 918-510-6875
Students who have not supplied all documents or other supporting data required for full admission by the start of an Accelerated Module Learning System course (five weeks per course) or an Extended Module Learning System course (ten weeks per course) are given “provisional admission.” A student may also be given provisional admission if the Dean of Academic Affairs believes certain provisions, requirements, or conditions should be met before full admission status is granted. Students must meet all conditions for full admission by the end of one academic year of provisional status unless otherwise stated by the Dean of Academic Affairs. Once all required materials have been received, a provisional acceptance can be rescinded.
TRANSCRIPT EVALUATIONS (ACADEMIC AUDITS)
HCU allows transfer credits from other colleges and universities, as well as recognized Bible Schools and Training Centers. Prior academic credits, training and relevant professional licenses and certifications are accepted. Up to 75 percent of undergraduate courses and 50 percent of graduate courses can be transferred into your degree program. Unaccepted transfer credits include those grades of 69% or below.
The student is responsible to request his or her transcripts from prior learning institutions. Usually, this process is initiated by the student requesting a transcript from the prior learning institution’s website. Please note: Official transcripts are those transcripts which are received by HCU directly from the student’s prior learning institutions. Unofficial transcripts (those in the student’s possession) can be used for general review purposes or provisional admission. However, official admission within a degree program requires the receipt by HCU of transcripts directly from the student’s prior learning institutions.
During this process, it is the student’s responsibility to ensure that HCU has received all supporting documentation. When the student has confirmed that all supporting documentation is in the possession of HCU, an Academic Audit will be initiated. The HCU Academic Audit may take several weeks to complete and the student will be notified when it has been completed.
LIFE and MINISTRY EXPERIENCE CREDITS
Prior Learning Experience (PLE) credits are available only to adult students and are awarded at the discretion of the Dean of Academic Affairs. Adult HCU students may earn up to 30 credit-hours for Prior Learning Experience.
Prior Learning Experience credits are awarded to the student who has professional experience in the ministry or in the marketplace. Awarded academic credits are based on experience, life-long achievements, and years of professional service and training.
Interested students must contact an Admissions Advisor to begin the process of applying for Prior Learning Experience credits. The PLE Worksheet/Application is available on the HCU website and the HCU Student Handbook. A $50.00 non-refundable fee is required for submission and assessment of Prior Learning Experience. A “per credit-hour awarded fee” will also be assessed based upon the number of credits-hours awarded to the student. An Admissions Advisor may request an interview as part of the assessment process. See the HCU Student Handbook or click here for more information.