When is the Admissions Office open?
The Wisdom University Admissions Office is open Monday through Friday (9:00am to 5:00pm CST). You may call (918) 712-7122 to order from over 100 revelation-filled courses.
How do I enroll online?
Online Enrollment Process:
To register as a new student:
1. Go to: www.wisdomuniversityonline.org
2. Click on the “Sign Up Today”
3. Fill in information under “User Registration”
4. At the end of the User Registration create a Username (Login) and Password for access to your courses. Each must contain from 5 to 20 symbols.
5. Click “Register” button. You may be prompted to pay the registration fee ($50.00). If you have already done so, or your fee is being waived, please notify the WU Admissions Office by telephone or email. If not, you may pay the registration fee to complete the registration process.
6. After completing the registration process you are now ready to enroll in your first course. Choose from over 100 revelation-filled courses. In order to access current tuition specials we recommend contacting the Admissions Office by telephone or email. Use the "Contact Us" button on the University Homepage to contact the Admissions Office by email.
To access your courses after paying registration fee and purchasing courses:
If you have not done so, create a Username (Login) and Password for access to your courses. Each must contain from 5 to 20 symbols. Please contact the Admissions Office if you have not created a Username (Login) and Password during the registration process.
1. To start taking your courses and access your Student Homepage go to www.wisdomuniversityonline.org.
2. Click on the “Student Login” button.
3. Enter Username and Password. Click the “Enter” button.
(Note: Please pay the $50 registration fee. If you have already done so and do not have access to your Student Home page please notify the Admission Office by telephone (918-712-7122) or email.)
4. Click on “Student Home.”
5. Under each course listing click on “Go to course.” (If you have purchase courses they will appear on your Student Home page. If they do not, please call or email the Admissions Office.)
6. On the course page scroll down and click the “Start lessons” button.
7. Lesson 1 will appear in outline form. The audio for each lesson appears on far right. Buttons for the outlines of Lessons 1 – 6 appear on left margin.
How long do I have to take a course or courses?
1. You may begin and finish your courses at your convenience. There are no time limitations. Wisdom University has designed the learning program so you can focus on getting God's Word into your heart. With that in mind, we encourage students to set academic and spiritual goals, to make a plan to achieve those goals, and to persevere until those goals are reached. Some students choose to use our graduation ceremonies as the focal point of their goal setting. Please call the Wisdom University Admissions Office to find out the date of the next graduation.
How do I take tests?
1. After you have completed Lesson 6 of a course, click the “Finish” button to start the test. Make sure you are prepared to take this 50 question (True/False and Multiple Choice) test before you click the “Finish” button.
2. To start test return to “Student Home” page. Click “Go to course” for the course you are ready to be tested in. Please note: This test is not an open book test – Your honesty is recorded in heaven. Is there a time limit for taking the tests?
3. Scroll down and click on the “Start test” button. Once you begin the test you cannot stop. It is recommended that you take the test within 1 hour to avoid any local internet dropouts. Your test score will appear after the last question has been answered. Your score is automatically recorded for grading purposes. After completing the test, revisit the course page. On this page a “Get PDF Certificate” button will appear to the right of the “Start test” button. Click on “Get PDF certificate” button to download your certificate of completion.
1. No, while there is no time limit for taking tests we recommend students do so within 1 hour due to local internet connections and dropouts. If a student loses connection to the internet before completing the test, a student may be required to retake the entire test.