We believe in God the Father who sent HIS son, Jesus the Christ, to die for our sins so that we might have eternal life in Him. Jesus rose from the dead that we, who believe in Him, may also rise. We believe that Jesus will return. We believe that the Holy Spirit has been sent to the believer as a guarantor and teacher in the believer’s new and eternal life.
Faculty, staff, and students of HIS University are expected to embody Biblical, Christian principles in their lives and actions, and so exercise discernment in all areas of life and conduct.
HIS University values the maintaining of certain behavior standards that contribute to the atmosphere on campus, fosters fellowship with a wide range of Christians and, in many instances, assists in strengthening our Christian testimony to our community. Hence, HIS University asks its students and employees to be supportive of this behavioral standard. HIS reserves the right to dismiss a student or staff member who, in its judgment, does not conform either to the stated regulations governing student and staff conduct or to the expressed principles, policies, and programs of the University.
HIS University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin or gender in administration of its policies and programs.
ALL financial obligations to HIS University must be met before any transcript, diploma or certification is
issued. Transcript requests must be submitted in writing, dated, signed and paid for by the student. Verbal
requests for transcripts are not accepted. Personal records are kept on file for a minimum of 7 years.
HIS University transcripts are held for 50 years.
HIS University reserves the right to revise information in the catalog as necessary, including changes in curriculum, personnel, procedures, policies, and fees. HIS is subject to any and all changes requested by the State of California as represented by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education or by the Federal Government. HIS University is licensed by the Bureau of Private Postsecondary Education which is the state body legislated to approve degrees. Changes will be noted as catalog addendums on the HIS website if they occur before the publishing of the next year’s new catalog.