International applicants must meet all regular requirements for admission. Applicants must also provide an original, official bank statement proving the ability to pay the cost of attendance. Qualified applicants must demonstrate proof of finances before an I-20 can be issued to obtain a student visa. At present, there is no financial aid available for non - U.S. students. All foreign documents and transcripts must be translated into English at the student’s expense and verified by the educational institution in the home country or a U.S. Academic credential evaluation agency.
The University reserves the right to require additional evidence of competency or to require that students admitted to the undergraduate program take courses to develop their English language skills.
All foreign documents must be translated into English and all foreign transcripts must be evaluated by an accredited evaluation company to ensure that the student meets U.S. educational standards. Accredited evaluation companies are those recognized by NACES, AICE, and AACRAO. Translations and evaluations must be obtained by the student at their own expense and verified by the educational institution in the home country or a U.S. Academic credential evaluation agency.