Requirements for Admission

Atlantic University College firmly believes in the full potential development of every individual and for this reason practices an Open Door Policy. AUC has designed and established criteria for helping to determine the student’s potential to fully benefit from the opportunity to study in each of our academic programs.

The institution shall determine the applicant’s eligibility, based on the previous educational experience of the student, submission of all required documents, and relevant personal information available.

Atlantic University College also complies with all the standards of non-discrimination and equal treatment for all applicants and students.

  • Completed Admission Application Form (to be completed in the office).
  • Official transcript from an accredited institution where applicant’s Bachelor Degree was awarded.
  • Minimum grade point average of 2.50.
  • Two letters of recommendation.
  • Interview for assessment of Art Portfolio and general requirement, if necessary.

Contact Information

  • Joel Montero, Director of Admissions
  • Margarita Figueroa, Admissions Officer
  • Magdalena Franco, Admissions Officer
  • (787) 720-1022, Ext. 1027, 1028
  • Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Quarterly System Studies:

  • August
  • February
  • May
  • November


Students who have not continued their studies because of their own initiative or due to an administrative decision in one or more academic programs, may apply for readmission to the institution. Candidates for readmission should complete the required forms and pay the appropriate fees. Students who have been discharged involuntarily for academic or administrative purposes must comply with the terms of suspension indicated before being considered for readmission. Students who have been permanently suspended from the institution will not be considered for reinstatement.



After evaluating all admission requirements, the applicant will be notified if they have been admitted and may enroll, but may not participate in any classes until they have completed the entire registration process. Orientation and registration dates shall be notified and published in the academic calendar and bulletin boards of the institution.

  • Counselor are available to evaluate prospective students -before and during the registration period to guide them in the in the selection of the program courses, class schedules, requirements, prerequisites, and AUCs Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy.