International students should apply before March 1 for fall admission to avoid problems with visa clearance and mail service delays. Applications for the term beginning in January must be completed by September 1.
If you are an international student applying to the College of LifeLong Learning as a new student, you must:
Have completed secondary school and have not enrolled in a regular session at any college or university
If you were not born and raised in an English-speaking country, or have not spent two recent years in an English-speaking school, you must submit a score from one of the official English proficiency exams listed below.
Official TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) with a minimum score of 513 on the paper-based test, 183 on the computer-based test, or 65 on the Internet-based test (iBT). To have ETS send your TOEFL score directly to Immaculata University, enter 2320 as the institution code and 00 in the department code.
Submit certified copies of secondary school transcripts evaluated by a NACES-accredited company (e.g. WES, World Education Services). To apply for a WES evaluation, go to www.wes.org. You must submit a course-by-course report.
Send in results of any leaving certificates or university entrance exams
Send in a copy of identification page of passport
Submit Proof of Financial Support Form, completed and signed by you and your parents or sponsor (if applicable) with a notarized or certified bank statement