If you're applying for admission as a transfer student, follow the procedures outlined for
To be eligible for admission, you should have earned a B average in all your secondary school coursework. All documents in languages other than English must be accompanied by certified English translations.
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Complete the application
Apply online through the Common Application, Universal Application, or CMSV application for free. If applying with our paper application, students must enclose the $35 application fee.
Submit your standardized test scores
If you are from an English-speaking country, have your SAT or ACT scores sent to the Office of Admission directly from the College Board. Our SAT code is 2088; our ACT code is 2823.
Otherwise, submit the TOEFL (www.ets.org/toefl).
Send all complete official transcript(s) at the secondary-school level and above
Have your transcripts evaluated by a credential evaluation service, such as World Educational Services (http://www.wes.org/). We will accept credential evaluations from other members certified by the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (http://www.naces.org/). We also accept official secondary-school transcripts that meet the following requirements: the transcript is (1) sent directly from the high school, (2) translated into English, and (3) includes an official grading scale.
Have a professor or teacher forward a letter of recommendation
Submit an essay on a topic of your choice.
Please note: Any student interested in deferring their enrollment and/or acceptance to an upcoming semester must submit the request in writing to the Director of Admission. The admissions committee will review the request and notify the student of a decision within one month of the request. A student can not defer more than two semesters, or one year, from the original acceptance.