International Students in a metallurgy lab.
In order to be admitted as an International undergraduate student, you must complete all items on the application checklist. After being admitted, you will be issued a Certificate of Eligibility , referred to as a Form I 20. The Form I 20 is the form that you will take to the United States Embassy or Consulate in order to be granted a F-1 student visa.
Some other important steps are:
The priority scholarship deadline is March 1st. Scholarships are given on an academically competitive basis and are not guaranteed. You must apply for admission before applying for scholarships. There is a separate scholarship application which must accompany your application for admission, and both applications must be turned in to be considered for scholarships. You should also submit your academic transcripts with your scholarship application.
If you are a freshman, you must live on campus your first year. The residence life application is due no later than June 1st for fall semester. The application for residence life is completed as part of your application for admission. If you are a transfer student, you may choose to live on or off campus. If you choose to live off-campus, you must find and pay for housing once you have arrived in the United States.
All communication with international students will be done via email.
Please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.