You must have the equivalent of a United States of America high school diploma. International students must arrange to have complete transcripts from all institutions outside the United States of America evaluated by an evaluation agency at their expense. Records must carry the official seal of the educational institution. We highly suggest you use one of the evaluation agencies listed on our website here
If English is not your native language, then you must submit acceptable TOEFL scores, which are as follows:
Computer based test: 213 or higher
Internet-based test: 79-80
Written-based test: 550 or higher
Send in a financial statement showing your financial support in U.S. Dollars to the Admissions and Records Office. If you have a U.S. sponsor (U.S. citizen or U.S. resident alien) helping you for a portion of the support or all of the financial support, a U.S. immigration form (I-134 Affidavit of Support) is required along with a bank statement from a financial institution.
All international students must complete the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) SEVIS I-901 Fee and pay the required fee. The payment receipt for the I-901 Fee is required for an interview at a U.S. embassy. This fee is an addition to the normal fees the embassy may charge.