If you are an international student seeking an F1 student visa, please review the admissions procedures below for international student applications.
Please note: If you are in the U.S. with a visitor’s (B1 or B2) visa and do not plan to return to your home country to obtain the student visa, we recommend you do not submit your application until you have stayed in the U.S. for a minimum of three months.
Applications and all supporting documents must be received by the following dates:
Please note: We recommend you complete the application process well in advance of these dates to allow time for processing, which can take six to eight weeks. No application will be processed if postmarked after the deadline.
You Must Submit:
Be sure to indicate your date of birth and intended major.
Please note: international students are not eligible for the Dental Hygiene or Nursing.
Indicate the name of your nearest relative or friend in the United States and your visa status if you are presently in the United States.
Documentary evidence of sufficient funds for college and living expenses in the United States is mandatory. All documents, including bank statements, must be original. The sponsor does not have to be a U.S. citizen. You can have more than one sponsor if one sponsor cannot show the total $25,140. Each sponsor must provide the bank statement and employer verification described below. All financial documents must be converted into U.S. dollars. On page 4 of the Affidavit, in item 38, the sponsor must mark “intend.” On page 8, the sponsor must guarantee a minimum $25,140.00 for each year of study.
The affidavit must be sent with:
Transcripts must be translated into English. Translations must be official and completed by a certified translation service. If photocopies of transcripts are being submitted, then they must be notarized or attested to. Transcripts should include the name of all subjects studied, grades earned, examinations passed and the dates of diplomas, certificates, and degrees that were earned.
Transcripts must be translated into English. Transcripts must be notarized or attested to. Transcripts should include the names of all subjects studied, grades earned, examinations passed and the dates diplomas, certificates and degrees were earned. If you are seeking advanced standing based on your college courses, you must have an official course by course evaluation completed by an approved evaluation service; and pay for the evaluation yourself.
Applications for evaluation from World Evaluation Service are available by calling (800) 361-3106 or visiting their website wes.org.
You are required to provide proof of immunization. This documentation must be translated into English. If you are unable to get your medical records, you may be immunized when you arrive in the United States.
For additional information please visit the the Department of Health and Safety.
The College will determine your need for English language courses based on our own English language exam. The exam is offered at no cost to the student. If language study is needed, English as a Second Language (ESL) courses will be required. Once a student is proficient in the English language, he or she can begin a degree program. SAT scores are optional. The college offers a College Placement Test at no cost to the student.
You Must Submit:
If you are currently a student at another college or a high school in the United States or were previously issued a student visa, you must have your prior school submit an International Student Advisor’s Report to the Admission Office at Middlesex College.
All copies of these items must be received in the Admissions Office before your application will be reviewed.