Before registering for a IUSV course, students must formally enroll. Enrollment is open year round. There are several steps to follow, so the process must be started at least one month prior to the beginning of the first term of study with IUSV. Please read the following steps carefully and complete each of them in order.
Step One: Complete the Enrollment Form Online
This fee is non-refundable unless the refund request is made within 5 business days from when the student submits their application, not including holidays and weekends.
To enroll in IUSV the student must prove that he or she is eligible to enroll by presenting official transcripts from an accredited school/university. This must be mailed to IUSV directly from the institutions. Faxes or photocopies will not be accepted. Students are responsible to inform IUSV if her transcripts will be sent with her maiden name on them instead of her current last name. Transcripts should be mailed to:
Innovation University of Silicon Valley
12 S. First St. Suite 203, San Jose, CA 95113
Step Two: Registering For Courses
After the enrollment process is complete, students use the online registration system to sign up for their courses. Once payment is received, students will access will be granted to the online classrooms.
Step Three: New Student Orientation
All new students must complete the New Student Orientation before beginning work on their first course.
- Enrollment in IUSV is open year round. IUSV operates on a July 1 through June 30 calendar. New students should begin the enrollment process at least one month before the beginning of the class in which they wish to participate.
- . Course registration does not include textbooks. These must be ordered separately from our online bookstore or another source such as Amazon.com or a local bookstore.
- . To take IUSV courses, students must have their own personal e-mail address that is used only by themselves. Free web-based e-mail accounts can be obtained with Gmail, Yahoo, or Hotmail.
- IUSV courses are accelerated semester classes that cover 16 weeks of course work in just 11 weeks. Therefore, participating in two courses simultaneously is that equivalent of full-time enrollment in a traditional college. Plan to spend at least 17 hours a week involved in learning activities related to each course.