International Student Admissions-Undergraduate

An admission applicant who does not hold United States citizenship or permanent resident status and who has not graduated from a United States high school must fulfill international student admission requirements.

Requirement for admission include:

Application for admission;

Official transcript of credits from each college or university attended, or secondary school transcript;

Achievement test scores when required;

Evidence of financial responsibility. This may be satisfied by an Affidavit of Support (Immigration Service Form I-134) or a signed statement from a U.S. citizen or foreign national committing the necessary resources in U.S. dollars for the student's expenses.

Evidence of English language proficiency as demonstrated by any one of the following:

A TOEFL score of 520; or
Twenty-four hours of undergraduate work with a C average at an accredited U.S. college or university, or 12 graduate hours with a B average at an accredited U.S. college or university; or
A bachelor's or master's degree from an accredited U.S. college or university; or
An interview with the dean, the department chair, and one graduate faculty member from the department in which the student is tested orally and judged to meet the requirements of English language proficiency necessary to do satisfactory work in the program. The results of the interview will be filed in the Office of Admissions and Records by the dean.

An application fee of $50.00 in U.S. currency (non-refundable)

International student applicants are responsible for assuring that they meet all the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service requirements with regard to their residence and study in the United States.

ALL ITEMS MUST BE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS AND RECORDS AT LEAST ONE MONTH PRIOR TO THE ANTICIPATED DATE OF REGISTRATION.