Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements:

  1. Comply with the admissions requirements established in the General Catalog and by the corresponding campus.
  2. To be admitted to the Program, candidates must: 
    1. Have a minimum grade point index 2.50. 
  3. To be admitted to a clinical practice agency, the following is required:
    1. A recent certificate of no criminal record issued recently by the Puerto Rico Police Department.  
    2. A health certificate valid for one year issued by the Health Department. 
    3. Evidence of vaccination against Hepatitis B. 

Admission Procedure:

Undergraduate Admission Procedures

Applicants for admission to any campus of Inter American University of Puerto Rico must: 

*For the Occupational Therapy Program, the application due date is the first Friday of March, each year; and it is considered for the fall semester (August). Our program has admissions once a year and beginning classes in August.

For other Admissions requirements please visit:  http://www.ponce.inter.edu/html/admisiones.html

Non-Discrimination Policy

Having an Institution free of discrimination is at the core of our value system as stated on our mission statement which reads:

“Inter American University of Puerto Rico Institution (UIAPR)-Wide Mission- Developing the talents of men and women, regardless of race, color, creed, sex, age or nationality is IAUPR's main purpose. The Campuses offer diversified programs including, but not limited to, a liberal undergraduate education as well as graduate, professional and occupational programs leading to the degrees, diplomas and certificates usually granted by higher education institutions.”

The Inter American University of Puerto Rico, Ponce Campus strives to have an admissions process that does not discriminate in any manner against any applicant.

Reasonable Accommodations

Reasonable accommodations maybe request by contacting the Deanship of Students. Please visit http://ponce.inter.edu/html/acomodorazonable.htm for additional information.