How to Enroll
We are pleased to invite you to apply to Bergin University of Canine Studies. Get ready to create your career to support the human-canine bond!
Applications for degree programs are accepted only for the Fall semester. New students are not accepted for Spring semester.
Applications for the Service Dog Training Seminar are accepted through June.
(a) Applicant refers to an individual who is in the process of applying or whose application is currently being reviewed by the University;
(b) Provisionally accepted refers to the status of an applicant who has applied to the University but whose information is not yet complete or who has not met all the requirements, or whose case is being reviewed with the potential of waiving or substituting other experience for the missing admissions requirement(s);
(c) Student refers to an applicant who has been accepted to attend or who is currently attending University courses;
(d) Denied refers to the status of an applicant who did not meet the minimum admission requirements for their selected program and was denied admission;
(e) Academic probation refers to the status of a student whose University grade point average falls below an acceptable 2.00 either at mid-semester or at the semester’s end. Academic probation status must be cleared by the next evaluation point. Students who were accepted into a University degree program with a post-secondary GPA of less than 2.00 must successfully attain and maintain a 2.00 or higher GPA during their enrollment at the University;
(f) Academic disqualification refers to the status of a student who fails to clear his/her academic probation status within the probationary period.