International students who apply for admission to Wiley College are required to comply with all rules and regulations as established by the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service and to submit the following documents in addition to the general requirements before the College issues the Certificate of Eligibility (Form I-20) which will enable the student to secure a visa:
- A completed application for admission;
- Official transcripts from all secondary schools attended;
- A completed health form;
- A deposit of one year's tuition, room and board, and fees (if not on institutional scholarship), which include a non-refundable $50.00 application fee and a $55.00 housing application fee for on-campus housing;
- Evidence of reasonable proficiency in the English language. If English is not taught or spoken as the official language, the student will be expected to present test results from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL, P. O. Box 899, Princeton, New Jersey 08541) with a minimum acceptable score of 500, or present a statement showing that an English Language School has been attended, or present an official statement confirming the student's ability to master the English language; and
- An official transcript with an English translation and evaluation of work done at the secondary or foreign college or university level. This transcript may also be reviewed and evaluated by other agencies that provide such services within the United States. An international student with an F-1Visa must enroll as a full-time student and make satisfactory progress as determined by the institution. If the applicant has an Alien Registration Receipt Card (Form I-151) commonly known as the Green Card, a photocopy of the card must be submitted to be maintained with official documents in the Office of Records/Registrar.
- Proof of current VISA status.
For more information on how to complete your application, review these guidelines.