Welcome to Kaplan University's Enrollment Application
Enter your personal information. Always click "Save & Continue" to move to the next step.Begin Application
Enter your high school and college information.
Choose your area of study, degree level, program, and start date. Then, calculate your estimated costs.
Review your funding options, including federal financial aid, military benefits, and cash payment options, and select the best plan for you.
Finish and Submit
Review your selections, approve the terms and conditions, and sign and submit your enrollment documents.
Higher Education at the Highest Standards
Kaplan University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and committed to the highest standards. Our specific programs hold additional industry-relevant approvals and accreditations.
180 Programs Designed For You
We offer more than 180 programs in some of
Be part of a university with over 75 years in higher education. Attend an accredited university. Experience learning that is both customized and flexible. Get personalized attention.
Maximize the Credits You've Already Earned
In 2016–2017, 10,758 Kaplan University students received a total of 496,249 transfer credits, representing a total student savings of more than $167 million.
Accreditation: This accreditation covers all our academic programs, all branch campuses, and all programs provided via distance education. For more information, please visit the HLC website at hlcommission.org or call 800.621.7440.
Transfer Credit Source: The Year in Review: 2016-2017, Kaplan University Academic Report, winter 2016. Kaplan University does not guarantee transferability of credit. See the University Catalog for Prior Learning Assessment policy.
Prior Learning Maximum Percentage: Kaplan University does not guarantee transferability of credit. See the University Catalog for Prior Learning Assessment policy.
Three-Week Trial: Classes count toward a degree if satisfactorily completed. No credits are earned if the student withdraws during the introductory period (3 weeks for undergraduate students), which begins day one of the first term. Students who choose to continue their studies at the University will need to meet specific requirements. Graduate programs not included. Additional terms may apply to international and non-U.S. citizen students. For further information, see the University Catalog and the Kaplan Commitment Statement.
Source for Job Growth: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition, www.bls.gov/ooh/computer-and-information-technology/home.htm. National long-term projections may not reflect local and/or short-term economic or job conditions, and do not guarantee actual job growth.
EL 206 Savings: In 2016, incoming Kaplan University students who passed EL 206 and submitted a portfolio for evaluation earned an average of 30 quarter credit hours toward their Kaplan University undergraduate degrees. Based on these experiential learning credits, tuition savings for nonmilitary students were on average $9,630. Savings may vary depending on the student’s individual prior learning experience. Tuition savings calculated as 30 quarter credit hours x standard tuition rate of $371.00 = $11,130.00 - $1,500.00 course fee = $9,630.00. Savings for students vary, are lower for employees of preselected corporations and postsecondary institutions with which Kaplan University has an educational relationship, and range from $3,450.00 to $5,400.00 for military students. Eligible college credits articulate into Kaplan University undergraduate degree plans. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Kaplan University does not guarantee that students will earn any particular number of credits or achieve any particular savings. See University Catalog for Prior Learning Assessment policy. See www.kaplanuniversity.edu/paying-school/tuition-fees.aspx for course fee refund policy.