International Students (see below for definition) are accepted under the same admission requirements as outlined under the admission requirements for first-time freshmen.
In addition to the regular admission requirements, international applicants must satisfy the following requirements:
- If your native language is not English, a minimum score of 525 on the paper version; 195 on the computer version; or 70 on the internet version is required on the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language). The TOEFL may be taken at Prometric Testing Center.
- Official proof of the ability to pay will be required. Please contact the Office of Admissions.
- All credentials must be in English. If credentials require translation, a certified translator must do this. Translation information may be obtained from the Office of Admissions.
- International students who have not completed a minimum of remedial math or English on the college level will be required to take assessments. The Office of Admissions will set the date and time for completing this requirement. At this time all the required legal papers may be submitted.
Definition: An international student is defined as anyone who is enrolled in courses at institutions of higher education in the United States who is not a U.S. citizen, an immigrant (permanent resident) or a refugee. These may include holders of F (student) visas, H (temporary worker/trainee) visas, J (temporary educational exchange-visitor) visas, and M (vocational training) visas.