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International Application: Undergraduate Freshman
Time: 2012-11-12    BY Lina   From: Indiana State University   Clicks: 999
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The international freshman application is for the applicant who is:

    Seeking an undergraduate degree

    Not a U.S. citizen (or U.S. permanent resident)

    Has no prior enrollment at a U.S. college or university


Due to the variety of educational systems throughout the world, applications are reviewed individually by Indiana State University. Consideration is given to academic potential, English language proficiency, and other evidence that the applicant has the potential for success in university studies.


Submit all application materials to the Office of Admissions (at right). Applicants normally receive a response within two weeks of all application materials, including:

Completed application

Application fee: $25.00 (U.S.) non-refundable

Official transcripts

Affidavit of financial support

Original current bank statement

Official TOEFL scores (unless exempt)

Copy of passport. If studying in the United States an I-94 card, F-1 or J-1 visa, and I-20 or DS2019 are also required. If currently in the United States but not studying, a copy of the applicable visa must also be submitted.

Instructions follow. Please print this page for future reference.



1.   Application for admission

Complete and submit the online application.

Fill out the application form completely.

Use your name as it appears on your passport.

It is vital to use the same name on all correspondence to ISU. Write clearly, and underline the family name under which all items are filed.

If you do not have a U.S. social security number, leave this item blank, and the University will assign you a University identification number.

Write your address as you would on an envelope to be mailed to yourself.

Include your street and number (or post office box), city/US IP code, province/state/zone, postal code, and country.

2.   Application fee:   $25.00 (U.S.)

The application fee is payable by Visa, MasterCard, or check or international money order made payable to Indiana State University. Submit the application fee to the Office of Admissions, Indiana State University. Please note the application fee is non-refundable.

3.   Official transcripts and credential evaluation

Submit official or school certified copies of all academic records (transcripts) to:

Office of Admissions

Indiana State University

318 North Sixth Street

Terre Haute, Indiana 47809

United States of America

4.   Demonstration of financial support

Financial support sufficient to cover a student's educational expenses for one (1) year must be demonstrated before the I-20 eligibility document is issued. See estimated expenses for amounts required.

All financial support documentation should be submitted to the Office of Admissions, Indiana State University.

All applicants must submit this affidavit of financial support and an original bank statement with current information.

Government sponsored applicants must provide an official or certified copy of the award, specifying validity for Indiana State University, listing the expenses and fees covered by the award, beginning and ending dates of study covered, the level/field of study, and the length of the award. The address for billing must also be included.

Those applicants who are academically eligible yet fail to provide adequate financial documentation will receive a letter. In some cases, applicants may be requested to deposit funds in an account with Indiana State University's Controller's Office.

5.   Official TOEFL scores

The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is normally required as indication of English language proficiency. For exceptions, see TOEFL exemptions.

Applicants who are not exempt must submit official TOEFL scores that satisfy the following requirements to the Office of Admissions, Indiana State University.

Business majors: A minimum iBT score of 80; a minimum CBT score of 213; or a minimum paper-based test score of 550

All other majors: A minimum iBT score of 61; a minimum CBT score of 173; or a minimum paper-based score of 500

Intensive language training is available through the Interlink Language Center if the applicant's TOEFL score is lower than the requirements listed above.

IMPORTANT:  To be official, TOEFL scores must be reported directly from Educational Testing Services (ETS) to Indiana State University. When submitting TOEFL scores, the institution code for Indiana State University is 1322. Applicants whose TOEFL scores are more than two years old will need to retake the TOEFL exam?and submit new scores. For details (or to schedule a TOEFL test), visit

6.   I-20

To expedite the receipt of I-20, please read these instructions.


To ensure full consideration, application materials must be received before the following dates. Early application is encouraged.

Fall semester................... June 1

Spring semester............... December 1

First summer session......... May 1

Second summer session.... July 1

Applications received after these deadlines will be accepted and every attempt made to ensure consideration for the desired semester or term.


Office of Admissions

Indiana State University

318 North Sixth Street (Welcome Center)

Terre Haute, Indiana 47809

United States of America


(812) 237-2121

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