- Submit your application early (March 1st.) The acquisition of student visas can be time-consuming.
- International applicants must submit the application and accompanying documentation as outlined on the Application Checklist and departmental requirements. Information on TOEFL/SLEP scores can be found on the ESL page.
- International applicants must obtain a student visa prior to enrollment. The International Student Coordinator completes requests for student visas (I-20 documentation) after an accepted candidate has paid the advanced housing and tuition payment. Students visas are granted for the anticipated length of the applicant’s chosen program of study. Any requests for financial assistance should be made directly to the department of the arts in which the student is interested.
- Foreign high school applicants may be granted multiple-year student visas to ensure program completion.
- International students who are not permanent residents of the United States are not eligible for state or federal financial aid.
To start the application process visit the Admisisons site.