When submitting or mailing your application, you will also need to supply the following items:

Upon receipt of your application form and the other requested items, they will be assessed and compared with the requirements necessary to complete the degree program selected. Any gaps will need to be filled in. About 1-2 weeks after receipt of your materials, we will send you a letter of acceptance and a list of what is needed to fulfill the requirements of the desired degree.

Students enrolled in the Internet/Online Study or the Correspondence Program will have access to an “ONLINE” Classroom Platform. Here students will be able to access classes, grades and receive interactive support during your program study. Please contact the Administration Division of KLCU in reference to questions about your enrollment process and to assist you in completing any remaining requirements.



KLCU offers 100% Internet Online and Distant Learning (correspondence) Programs. We have an open door policy. The student may begin their degree program at any time. Students may complete the degree program at their own pace; however some programs have completion requirements. Once completed and all financial obligations have been met, the degree will be awarded.


KLCU will accept credits earned at any recognized university, college, or institution, if appropriate to the desired degree program. You will need to submit certified transcripts. Unofficial copies of transcripts are acceptable for purposes of the application, but official copies are required before credit is granted toward the degree. The credit will not be accepted if it has been previously used in fulfillment of any prior degree.


The value of any college degree is subjective; depending upon many circumstances, conditions and needs. Most universities, colleges, institutions, agencies, etc., have their own specific criteria as to the recognition and acceptability of transferred credits. Therefore, if a student is going to transfer credits they would need to direct their questions to those institutions, or agencies as to the acceptance of credits. The University makes no guarantee. Nor, does a degree from KLCU guarantee a job or ordination in any specific market or ministry. Although the program is accredited, this is not considered “regional or state accreditation” and is specifically not suited for people pursuing jobs as public school teachers, state professors, state-licensed psychologists, among other vocations. If you are taking courses to transfer them to other colleges, we recommend that you contact them before taking the courses. If your workplace is giving credit for degrees as placement, etc. contact them accordingly. This should be done before enrolling in any degree program.