International students are required to submit the following:
- Application for undergraduate admission
Undergraduate International Application for Admission
- Application fee
If you submit the non-refundable application fee in the form of a check or U.S. money order drawn it must be drawn on a U.S. bank and make payable to Adams State University. Cash or international postal money orders will not be accepted.
- Official high school transcript (First-time freshmen) OR Official college transcripts (Transfers)
- Official transcript translation and credential evaluation
Kindly request that an official transcript be sent directly from your school(s) to Undergraduate Admissions.
All information MUST be submitted in English. International Students are responsible for having their foreign official transcripts (high school or college/university) evaluated by an authorized agency. Authorized agencies are:
- World Education Services
- Foundation for International Services, Inc.
- Educational Credential Evaluators
To determine what U.S. equivalencies exist for grades, credit hours and accreditation, all results should be formally sent to ASU from one of the three services. Payment for this service is the responsibility of the international student.
Official TOEFL/SAT/ACT score report
Please submit your ACT, SAT, and/or TOEFL score report directly to ASU.
A minimum score of 550 (paper-based), 213 (computer-based) or 79 (internet-based) on the TOEFL exam is considered acceptable. If a student attends an ESL program, successful completion of level 109 is considered acceptable.
Find out more: http://www.toeflgoanywhere.org/
Verification of financial support
International students must provide financial certification showing the availabilities of $29,495 US or the equivalent in another currency. Affidavit of Support (I-134), recent bank statements, and/or scholarship awards are acceptable.
- Copy of Passport
Personal essays, letters of recommendation, and other materials not included above are optional.
Mail Admission Materials To:
Adams State University
Office of Admissions
208 Edgemont Boulevard Suite 2190
Alamosa, Colorado 81101
or call Uriah Valdez at 1-719-587-7803 or 1-800-824-6494
When should international applicants turn in applications for admission and other required documents?Deadlines for application for admission: All paperwork must be received by the date indicated.
|Fall semester:||June 1||August|
|Spring semester:||November 1||January|
|Summer semester:||March 1||May|