Financial Aid Office
The Financial Aid Office reviews and processes requests from applicants seeking grants to help with the Application Fee and from applicants and enrollees seeking scholarship support to assist with the Assessment Fees. The Financial Aid Office can be reached at email@example.com for the English programs and firstname.lastname@example.org for the Arabic programs.
Office of Academic Affairs
The Office of Academic Affairs oversees all aspects of the curriculum with a primary commitment to creating a dynamic atmosphere for student learning and success. In assisting students with advice pertaining to their academic studies and information regarding academic policies and procedures, Academic Affairs provides guidance and leadership to assist students in solving academic-related problems within their courses, including such things as peer assessment issues, communication with Course Instructors, and other general course-related issues.
UoPeople Course Instructors are available to students via email throughout the academic year and students who have academic-related questions should contact their Course Instructor first. Instructors respond to students within 72 hours and usually sooner. Students who have not heard back from their Course Instructor within 72 hours should contact their personal Program Advisor for additional support.
Office of Student Affairs
The Office of Student Affairs (email@example.com for the English programs and firstname.lastname@example.org for the Arabic programs) oversees the review of Satisfactory Academic Progress, the naming of students to the President’s, Dean’s and Honor’s List, UoPeople Partnership nominations, and supports students who may be encountering or anticipating academic difficulties, or may require special assistance in completing their requirements for graduation.
Office of Student Services
The Office of Student Services (email@example.com for the English programs and firstname.lastname@example.org for the Arabic programs) forms part of a comprehensive network of services at the University designed to support and help students throughout their studies. Student Services maintains all student records and supports students with both administrative and academic services in consultation with other offices in the University, responsibly implementing university policies and procedures, degree audits, and the conferment of university degrees.
Office of Admissions
The Office of Admissions oversees the admissions process for prospective and current applicants to the University, including the processing of all applications for admission to UoPeople’s degree programs. Providing assistance and guidance regarding all admissions requirements, the Office of Admissions answers questions regarding prospective students’ applications and provides updates on their applicant status. More information about the admissions process can be found in Chapter 3; interested parties can reach the Office of Admissions at email@example.com or the English programs and firstname.lastname@example.org for the Arabic programs.
The Outreach Department works hard to ensure that applicants around the world are able to access the opportunities UoPeople offers to study online, accredited and tuition-free. The Outreach Office can be reached at email@example.com for the English programs and firstname.lastname@example.org for the Arabic programs.
The Payment Office oversees the processing of payments for both Application and Assessment Fees at UoPeople. Also working in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office, the Payments Office processes and reconciles scholarship payments for students unable to pay Assessment Fees.
For questions regarding payments including payment methods, amounts payable, and payment deadlines, applicants and students may contact the Payments Office at email@example.com for the English programs and at firstname.lastname@example.org for the Arabic programs.
Program Advising Office
The Program Advising Office is designed to be a partnership between Program Advisors and students whereby every incoming student is assigned a personal Program Advisor who remains their single point of contact for academic and administrative support throughout their studies at UoPeople. Program Advisors work with students at University of the People to answer questions and respond to concerns about academic progress, goals in attaining their degrees from the University, and challenges and decisions that need to be made throughout their academic studies.
Students may reach out to their personal Program Advisor as often as needed, but are advised to be in touch at least once a year to monitor degree progress; Program Advisors can be reached at their personal email address or at email@example.com for the English programs and firstname.lastname@example.org for the Arabic programs.
UoPeople does not currently offer the following services: Student ID cards, a graduation ceremony, or counseling services.
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