Once you submit all necessary documents to complete your Application, LRSC Admissions Committee will process application and make its determination. If you are accepted, you will receive a letter and Form I-20. Students not accepted will also be notified.
One-time $35 (US currency) non-refundable application fee must be submitted along with Application for Admission. The check or money order must be payable to Lake Region State College. The application fee should be sent promptly to avoid delay in processing.
A satisfactory score of 525 (paper) or 71 (IBT) or higher on TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is required for those applicants whose native language is not English. Evidence of successful completion of ELS Language Center level 109, or official IELTS (International English Language Testing System) score of 6.0 or better are also accepted. For more information on the requirements please see the NDUS Policy & Procedure Manual. Students with special language concerns should contact International Student Advisor.
US Immigration requires that all international students produce evidence of their capability to meet all financial obligations while attending school in the United States. It is absolutely essential for you to submit statement of financial support and supporting documentation (bank statements, scholarship award letters, sponsorship letters) verifying that funds are currently available and will be so for each subsequent year of study at LRSC.
Applicants must provide all transcripts from non-US educational institutions to WES (World Education Services). This is required before admission can be granted. You will find all information you need at www.wes.org. It is critical that you read and follow the "Required Documents" information specific to your country of study. If transcripts and diplomas are in languages other than English, you must provide a translation. Any fees that occur for this process will be the applicants responsibility. For more information on the transcript requirements please see the NDUS Policy & Procedure Manual.
Proof of immunizations for measles, mumps, and rubella (2 shots) is required for all students planning to attend classes on campus. If living in the residence hall and under 21 years old, student must have the Meningococcal vaccines. If necessary, these immunizations can be administered after you arrival.
Under state regulations, foreign students are subject tuberculosis screening (TST) upon their arrival. Testing is required of new students from all countries except those classified by U.S. health officials as "low risk for tuberculosis".
International Students are also required to purchase the state medical insurance policy.
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