At ABTU, we are determined to ensure that you have a successful and enjoyable educational experience.
Due to the unique way we run this university, close to 90% of our final applicants are accepted, but this is because we request a preliminary phone call to determine whether we are a good fit for each other or not.
This call will take 10 minutes at most and can be scheduled for your convenience. We will casually discuss topics such as your goals, verify your intent and further explore your program(s) of choice available to you.
Once we've had a chance to speak, you will receive a link to complete your application online.
Your contact information is safe with us.
We will not trade or sell your information to anyone.
There is no up-front application fee or obligation.
Our admissions team is non-salesy, not pushy, and non-commission based.
We only have your best interests in mind.
We are here to help you (even if that means you decide ABTU is not the best fit for you)!
As a student you have access to support 24/7, year-round.
At ABTU you'll have unrestricted access to technical and academic support staff around the clock.
Your satisfaction is our highest priority. (Our latest survey shows over 95% student satisfaction!)
If you have an experience that is anything less than excellent, please do not hesitate to contact the president of the university directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why students choose ABTU
We recently polled a group of our new students and asked them why they chose ABTU over the competition. Here’s how they responded.
"ABTU was both a challenging and rewarding experience. The curriculum provided an opportunity for me to excel at my own pace." -- Thomas McManamon, ABTU Graduate, AAS in Network Administration and Information Security, BAS in Information Systems Engineering – Networking and Security
"The Instructors at ABTU were professional and helpful throughout my degree program, and gave me the motivation to follow through with my goals and accomplishments in Healthcare Information Technology." -- Bennie Williams