Application Process

Olivet University International welcomes an application from any academically qualified person who desires to study in a spiritually disciplined atmosphere, and who is in agreement with the doctrinal position, ethical standards, educational philosophy, and objectives of the school. Olivet University International does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin, or against otherwise qualified handicapped persons in its admissions policies, employment policies, administrative policies, scholarship, and loan programs.

Applicants will be officially notified by email of their admission acceptance or denial, including the basis for any denial of admission.

Each prospective student should also demonstrate evidence of personal faith in Jesus Christ with a consistent testimony and character.

The privilege of attending Olivet University International is contingent upon a student’s full cooperation and agreement with the policies and principles of the school. The school reserves the right to request the withdrawal of any student who does not fit in with the spirit of the institution regardless of whether or not he or she conforms to all specific rules and regulations of the school. Any student who willfully violates the principles of the school or whose attitude and conduct is found not to be in the best interest of the community will be asked to withdraw.

DISCLAIMER: Due to state regulations regarding distance education, currently OUI is accepting applications only from the following U.S. states: Arizona, California, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia, Washington. Qualified applicants from all other U.S. states, please feel free to browse and apply to Olivet University's residential programs at: and

Time to apply

The deadline for applying is August 15 for fall quarter, November 15 for winter quarter, February 15 for spring quarter and May 15 for summer quarter.

How to Apply

Visit the OUI website, and go to application page.

Upload all the documents that are required on the application page, and submit it with the application fee.


1) Applicants should complete the application form and mail their university/high school transcripts (as well as undergraduate and graduate transcripts, if applicable) to OUI Admission Office

The transcript should be in English, certified by the applicant’s university or high school or notary.

If you have any questions regarding the validity of the transcripts, please contact the Admissions Office.(

2) Applicants pay $75 USD application fee 
3) An admissions officer is assigned to each applicant and sends blank recommendation letters to the applicant recommenders and waits to receive the completed reference letters. 

One reference should be the WOA pastor who knows the spirituality of the applicant well and the other should be the applicant’s ministry leader who know the ministry performance of the applicant.

The references should not be the applicant’s spouse or relative or immediate family members.

4) Admissions committee starts the admission process, reviews the student application forms, transcripts and the reference letters 
5) Candidates receive written notification once files are complete and decisions made by email.