Technology Requirements

Filed under General University Policies

ABTU strives to deliver a quality, interactive experience to every student. To experience ABTU courses and training as intended, students are required to have the following technology: Unlimited High Speed Internet Access 5mb/s bandwidth (streaming video requires high bandwidth) No data limit (streaming video requires high data usage) Computer Requirements Computer and processor Windows OS:… Read more »

Military Priority Enrollment Policy

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Veteran & Servicemember Priority Enrollment ABTU gives priority to military student Veterans and servicemembers enrolling for upcoming courses.  Veterans and servicemembers are granted the freedom to enroll as early as possible to accommodate their unique needs.  Whenever possible, ABTU will offer needed courses for such students to avoid any unnecessary breaks in enrollment allowing students… Read more »

Student Right to Know

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The Student Right-to-Know Act, passed by Congress in 1990, requires institutions eligible for Title IV funding, under the Higher Education Act of 1965, to calculate completion or graduation rates of certificate- or degree-seeking, full-time students entering that institution, and to disclose these rates to current and prospective students.  Every institution that participates in any Title… Read more »

Admissions Policy

Filed under Admissions Policies, General University Policies

Admission Process and Required Documents for Undergraduate & Non-degree Programs Undergraduate & Non-Degree Admissions Process Submit an online application. Phone interview with an admissions coordinator. Submit required documents. The student is notified of acceptance or concerns. A digital enrollment agreement is sent to the potential student to be signed. Enrollment agreement is reviewed and signed… Read more »

Clock Hour Policy for Vocational Programs

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Clock Hour Definition ABTU defines a clock hour as a 60 minute span of time spent in contact with academic material. Academic content may be in the form of videos, interactive videos, reading, software simulations, practical application activity, quizzes, threaded discussion questions, and live instructor led sessions.   Clock Hour Measurement The total number of… Read more »


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Misrepresentation American Business and Technology University (ABTU) is committed to providing accurate, truthful, and transparent information to enrolled students, prospective students, and the general public.  A misrepresentation is a false, erroneous or misleading statement about the nature of ABTU’s educational programs and services, the nature of financial charges, or the employability of the our students upon the completion… Read more »

Graduation Requirements & Process

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Graduation Requirements Undergraduate Programs The following graduation requirements apply to Certificate, Technical Diploma, Associate, and Bachelor degree programs at ABTU. Students must successfully complete all courses within their respective program, as outlined in the University Catalog, at the time of their enrollment. Students must complete the program with a minimum overall GPA of 2.0. Students… Read more »

Contest rules for scholarship

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One entry per person. The scholarship and other awards can be applied towards any program at ABTU. The Scholarship Committee will select the scholarship and other award recipients based on the eligibility requirements and the content, clarity, and writing of responses to the short essays. Winners must begin courses within 2 semesters of selection. Winners… Read more »