Wiley University's online courses and degree options are flexible and convenient. Students can begin a degree program for the first time, complete the education that was started elsewhere or improve career mobility. We place importance on factors that are pertinent to non-traditional degree-seeking students. The success of our online offerings is based on providing quality education with well-trained, skilled, and disciplined instructors. Our instructors embrace the philosophy that learning can occur anytime, anywhere. Wiley University is a member of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NCSARA), which allows students to enroll in online classes from most of the United States and several territories. The State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) is an agreement among member states, districts, and territories that establish comparable national standards for interstate offering of post-secondary distance education courses and programs.
We are excited that you have chosen Wiley University to complete your educational career! As an online student, it is suggested that you access the internet using a Google Chrome or Firefox browser. It is not recommended that you access any online content using Internet Explorer. This page will provide several options available to assist you in your matriculation to Wiley University. It is very easy to sign up and begin classes. Below are some quick steps to guide you through your application process:
The Adult Degree-Completion Programs are designed to serve the educational needs of non-traditional, working adults age twenty-five (25) or older. These programs enable adult enrollees to complete coursework for a college degree at times most convenient to them, evenings and on the weekends. All adults seeking admission must satisfy the University’s admission requirements for their desired choice of the three programs: Organizational Management, Criminal Justice Administration, or Interdisciplinary Studies. Each program covers the subject matter in modular and serial courses.
Be 25 years of age or older.
Have completed at least sixty (60) semester hours of transferable college credits from a regionally accredited institution or have an Associate degree.
A letter grade of “C” or better must be received in order for college credits to be accepted by Wiley University. Credits for developmental or remedial courses are not acceptable for transfer.
Students who have the required sixty (60) hours of transferrable college credit, but lack the required General Education (GE) courses, will be enrolled in needed GE courses in order to fulfill the requirements of the program and be eligible for graduation upon completion of the program.
All official transcripts must be submitted to Wiley University for evaluation of transfer credit(s)
Here you can complete your application for the Wiley University Online Degree Program. Remember to save your Application Key Code in case you need to stop in the middle of completing your application and finish at a later time. You can pick up where you left off by entering your Application Key Code. For technical assistance, click on the Tech Support tab above and submit an Online Help Desk ticket.
Once you have completed the Online Application for Enrollment, you will receive an email with your JICS Credentials. You will use these credentials to Login to MyWiley and view details about your admissions status by selecting Online Degree and clicking on Candidate Details.
Apply for Financial Aid
Make sure that you list Wiley as a college of your interest. The code for our school is 003669. To contact the Financial Aid office at Wiley University, send an email to email@example.com.
Send Official Transcripts to Wiley
Send your Official Transcript to Wiley University from any other institutions you have previously attended. Transcripts should be sent to:
Office of Admissions
711 Wiley Ave.
Marshall TX, 75670
When you have completed your enrollment process, you will be able to speak with your advisor to complete your registration process.
Instructor of Criminal Justice
David Wells, Ph.D.
Office of Extended Education Contact Email