Graduate Regulations

International Students


The University actively encourages the involvement of international students in its graduate and undergraduate programs. The University is authorized under Federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students. International students must meet the same requirements as and follow the same admission procedures employed by U.S. Nationals, except that they must, unless English is their first language, demonstrate sufficient knowledge of the English language to benefit from their program of study.

Language

Applicants must ordinarily submit a TOFEL score of 550 or better, or a certificate of completion of level 109 from an ELS Language Center, or show proof of having successfully studied at another college or university in the United States for at least two full semesters.

Finances

International students must also submit a certified letter of support from their bank, a sponsor, their family, or another source, showing that they have funds to enable study at William Woods University. International students must demonstrate that they have adequate financial resources to provide for their educational and living expenses. Revised 11/01/2005