International students who have attended a foreign educational institution (high school, college or university), must have the foreign transcripts evaluated and translated into English to be considered for admission into Beulah Heights University.
Evaluated foreign transcripts are used to verify that an applicant meets the minimum qualifications in the discipline for which they are applying.
International students interested in starting the admissions process should visit our International Admissions page for more information.
If your college or university education was completed outside of the United States at a school that is not regionally accredited in the U.S., third-party evaluations are required for the courses to be recognized as equivalent to a U.S. high school, baccalaureate, or graduate-level work.
Students should request a document-by-document evaluation including a grade point average (GPA) be sent directly to the Office of Admissions. Transcripts will need to be translated into English before an evaluation can be processed.
Evaluation Submission Options
Official transcripts must be physically mailed to the university at the address listed below:
Beulah Heights University
Attn: Admissions Office
892 Berne Street SE
Atlanta, GA 30316
All transcripts must come through a secured
database directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
(i.e., Parchment, National Student Clearinghouse,
Beulah Heights University currently accepts evaluations from the following agencies:
|APPROVED LIST OF FOREIGN CREDENTIAL EVALUATION AGENCIES|
|ACADEMIC EVALUATION SERVICES, INC.|
|EDUCATIONAL CREDENTIAL EVALUATIONS|
|FOREIGN ACADEMIC CREDENTIAL SERVICE|
|FOUNDATION FOR INTERNATIONAL SERVICES|
|JOSEPH SILNY & ASSOCIATES|
|WORLD EDUCATION SERVICES (WES)|
Preliminary In-House Evaluation
The student has the option to provide the official transcript to the University for a preliminary in-house review by the Academic Office to determine if a formal evaluation is needed.
All transcripts MUST be translated into English to be considered for review.
Students who choose Option 2 must complete the form listed below is to request an initial evaluation of foreign transcripts. The Academic Team will review the document to determine if the transcript is deemed qualifying for the desired degree program.