Admission Policies

The University admits qualified students without discrimination with regard to race, color, creed, age, religion, gender, national or ethnic origin, marital status, sexual orientation, or physical disability. Students seeking admission must submit all application requirements. All documents received become the property of MU.

The application and financial statement required of students must be submitted on forms available from the Admissions Office. Transcripts from international institutions of higher education may require course credit evaluation by a recognized evaluation service.

An application fee must accompany the admissions application. The non-refundable application fee is $70 (USD). Once an application and all supporting documents have been received by the Admissions Office, approximately two to four (2-4) weeks should be allowed for processing. An applicant should submit an application and supporting documents according to the following schedule: September 1 (Fall), December 1 (Winter), March 1 (Spring), and June 1 (Summer).

MU is not authorized under Federal Law to enroll non-immigrant alien students and to issue Certificates of Eligibility (Form I-20) enabling students to enter the U.S. with a student visa (F-1) at this time.


The degree programs at MU are unaccredited and are not recognized for some employment positions, including, but not limited, positions with the State of California. The degree and certificate programs at MU will not be eligible to sit for applicable licensure exam in California and other states. As an unaccredited institution, students enrolled at MU are not eligible for federal financial aid programs and the institution does not participate in federal and state financial aid programs. MU is responsible for disclosing the above information to all prospective students in accordance with California Education Code (CEC) 94897(p) and 94909(a)(10).