International Student Admissions
The Office of International Programs coordinates international student admissions. In order to be considered for admission, international applicants should submit the following items:
- Application: International applicants may apply online but are also required to submit a paper application;
- Application Fee;
- Transcripts: An official transcript, marked sheets, or documents with official seals should be provided from each college or university that you have previously attended. The documents should be provided in your native language of issue as well as an official, notarized, or certified copy in English;
- Three letters of recommendation (check for specific program requirements);
English Proficiency: If English is not your native language and you have not completed at least one year of education at a United States school, you are required to take a standardized English language exam. The University accepts either the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) and scores must be forwarded to the University by the testing service. An IBT TOEFL score of 20 on each section for a total minimum score of 80, 550 (paper-based), or 213 (computer-based), or IELTS score of 6.5 is required to meet the language exam requirement. Official reports of standardized admissions test results must be sent directly to the University by the testing service (GRE or GMAT); and
Financial information along with certified evidence of financial resources to cover educational costs and living expenses.