International students must have a completed I-20M/N form to enter the country and/or attend classes. To obtain the I-20M/N form, international students must meet the following conditions:
- Demonstrate proficiency in English during the admissions interview and by written documentation, such as a passing score of 500 or better on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).
- Provide proof of completion of the equivalent of a high school education in the United States. English translations of transcripts, certificates, or other evidence of completion of high school or a more advanced program are acceptable. These documents must be in a student's file before classes begin.
- Show proof of the availability of funds for tuition and fees, as well as living expenses for the duration of the time the student will reside in the United States. Bank statements from the student or sponsor and statements of scholarship may be used to demonstrate financial ability.