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Welcome to the official certificate application for admission to Taylor University Online.

Please complete each field and click "submit". Items marked with an asterisk are required. If the web browser is closed prior to submission, the information entered will be lost. It will take approximately 20 minutes to complete the application.

Upon submitting the application, our office will contact you within the next day or two for further information. If you have any questions, please contact the office by calling 1.800.845.3149 or email online@taylor.edu.

* - you must fill out ALL REQUIRED FIELDS to submit your enrollment successfully.

Personal Information


TIN Requirement: Per federal law, students must supply their TIN (Social Security Number) to their university so that it may be included on 1098T information reported to the IRS for potential tax credit. Students who did not provide their SSN when registering for courses with Taylor University should do so by completing the Form W-9S and submitting to 3201 Stellhorn Road, Box C130, Fort Wayne, IN 46815. Fax number is 260-744-8796. Form W-9S link http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw9s.pdf

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Code of Conduct

All students of Taylor University Online are expected to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner, whether attending a class at a Taylor location or participating in a distance-learning class. The following standards of conduct are expectations of members in this learning community.

  • Students are expected to refrain from the use of tobacco in any form, alcoholic beverages, hallucinogenic drugs and substances, or narcotics not authorized by a physician while at the location.
  • Discrimination against others on the basis of race, national origin, sex, or disability is not acceptable.
  • Any kind of demeaning gesture or word, threat of violence, or physical attack directed toward another person will not be tolerated. Vandalism of property, including computer viruses and sabotage, is also unacceptable.
  • Plagiarism, an effort to steal and pass off the words or ideas of another as one's own, is wrong and will be punished. Students are expected to give proper credit to sources.
  • Since much work will be completed outside the purview of a professor, students are expected to exercise academic integrity and only submit work that is one's own.

Taylor University Online reserves the right to exclude at any time learners whose conduct is deemed undesirable to the University's best interests.

As a certificate student of Taylor University Online, it is my desire to maintain the expectation of Taylor University. I understand Taylor University's Christ-centered educational commitment, have read the code of conduct, and will conduct myself accordingly.