International Undergraduate Admission
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Spring Semester: November 1
International Undergraduate Student Admission Information
To apply for admission, you must submit the following.
Contact the Office of International Programs at 918-444-2050 or email@example.com if you have any questions regarding the application process.
Come join our international students from all over the world who study at Northeastern State University!
- Online Application
- $25 Non-Refundable Application Fee (Application fee waivers are not available)
What is an Official Transcript?
NSU requires an official transcript to be mailed to the Office of International Programs. An official transcript can be defined by the following:
- Must be sent and sealed by institution of study
- High School transcript must contain at least 3 years of study
- Must be accompanied by an English translation (if original transcript is in English, translation is not needed)
- Must have 4.0 scale GPA listed
If your transcript does not match the above list, your application process may be delayed until official transcript is received.
While digital copies of transcripts can be used to make an admission decision, official transcripts must be received by NSU upon arrival to the U.S.
International applicants for undergraduate study at NSU must provide official transcripts from all secondary schools (high schools) attended.
As a transfer applicant, you will need to submit official transcripts from each college attended. However, since you are submitting transcripts for undergraduate coursework, you are not required to submit any secondary school transcripts or a diploma.
If your undergraduate credit was earned outside the United States, you also need to submit a course-by-course credential evaluation (WES - World Education Services or ECE) before any credit can be transferred and posted to your Northeastern State University transcript.
Scores from the Test Of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) are a requirement for admission to all NSU programs for all international students.
The NSU TOEFL Institution Code (or Destination Institution Code) is 6485.
The Official Report from the testing company should be mailed to our office address at 600 N Grand Avenue, Tahlequah, OK 74464 USA
Note: If you do not have an official score or you do not meet the minimal score required, please apply for ESL Academy admission.
International Undergraduate & Transfer
Submit one of the following to satisfy the English Proficiency Requirement.
- TOEFL 500 (61 IBT)
- IELTS 5.5
- Duolingo 85
- PTE Academy 42
For applicants with more than 24 credit hours at a U.S. university, English Proficiency is not required.
Proof of Finances
All F1 and J1 international applicants must document their ability to meet all education and living expenses for the first year of intended study before the university can issue a Certificate of Visa Eligibility (form I-20 or DS-2019).
2022-2023 Estimated Cost of Attendance
for candidates who will need a student visa to study in the U.S.
|Tuition & Fees (Out-of-State):||$16,384.50*|
|International Orientation Fee (One-Time Fee):||$50|
|Books and Supplies:||$1,200|
|Room & Board:||$7,900***|
Estimated Total/Fiscal Year
|* Based on 30 hours per fiscal year. Additional fees may be charged for some courses. Book cost based on yearly average.
** Based on an estimated quote from LewerMark Student Insurance. If a student already has
health insurance, please provide a copy to the Office of International Programs.
*** Room in Leoser Complex with a 15 meal / week + $200 flex meal plan
Learn more about NSU tuition and fees and total cost by clicking on the links below.
2022-2023 International Student Financial Statement Form
Please complete the International Student Financial Statement form completely and attach the appropriate documentation required. All documentation (appropriate affidavits and/or scholarship awards) must be dated within 3 months prior to the date of application and also be sent with this form as proof of financial support for your first year of study. All supporting documents must be in English. If funds are in a currency other than US dollars, we will do the conversion.
As an international student, you will not be eligible to apply for U.S Federal financial aid at any time during your study, unless you apply for and receive such aid from NSU scholarships. Also, you will not be permitted to work off campus without authorization from the International Office. This policy is regardless of unforeseen family difficulties, political changes in your home country, currency devaluation, etc. that may alter your financial situation.
Please submit a copy of your current passport to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please understand that Northeastern State University may require further certification of finances or advance payment of tuition and fees from students whose funds originate in countries where severe currency restrictions exist.