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In order for applications to be acted upon, each International Student indicating a desire to enroll in Eastern Wyoming College must provide the following: (Your application will not be considered complete until all of these materials have been submitted.)

1.  An English translation of all required academic records, and complete all application materials and correspondence in English.

2.  Completion of an EWC Application for Admission, and all other college application material must be submitted by July 1 if the student is planning to attend the Fall semester, and by November 1 if the student is planning to attend the Spring semester.

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3.  Students who wish to live in the residence halls should submit an EWC Housing Application form and also send the required damage deposit ($150) as a money order, bank draft or credit card in US Dollars at least fourteen days in advance of the initial term.

4.  Proof of ability to bear the financial obligations incurred while attending Eastern Wyoming College.  (i.e.  Completion of all sections of the Confidential Financial Statement, including Statement of Guarantor and Bank Verification).   International students may not work off-campus while attending college at Eastern Wyoming College.  Students who are U.S. citizens receive priority consideration for jobs on-campus.

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5.  International Student applicants whose native language is other than English, are required to furnish scores on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).  An International Student must have a Paper-Based TOEFL score of 500 or a Computer-Based TOEFL score of 173 or an Internet-Based (IBT) score of 61 (or IELTS Band [score] of 6).  Visit www.toefl.org for more information about the TOEFL.  Eastern Wyoming College’s institution code for TOEFL is 4700.  (An SAT verbal score of 500 may be substituted for the above TOEFL score, if necessary.)  Exceptions to the minimum TOEFL requirement may be approved by the Vice President for Academic Services of EWC.  The TOEFL requirement may be waived for international students transferring from another accredited college and otherwise fulfilling the EWC transfer application process.

6.  Completion of ACCUPLACER exam for course placement prior to the issuance of the I-20.  International Students must have the following minimum scores for admission into EWC:  Math ACT score of 14 or ACCUPLACER Arithmetic score of 35; Reading ACT score of 9 or ACCUPLACER Reading score of 26.   For more information contact the EWC Testing Center.

7.  Applicants must submit results of a tuberculosis exam with a negative result prior to enrollment.  International Students are required to have and must show proof of medical insurance at the time of their application and during their enrollment at Eastern Wyoming College.  Applicants must show proof of an MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccination.

8.  A SEVIS I-20 form will be generated by Eastern Wyoming College at the time of admission to the College.

9.  The SEVIS I-901 fee ($200) went into effect September 1, 2004.  An International Student seeking an F-1 visa from an embassy or consulate abroad for initial attendance at Eastern Wyoming College is required to pay a fee to the United States government accompanied by the Form I-901.  All procedures must be carefully followed.  Payment may be made by mail or on the Internet at www.FMJfee.com.

10.  After a receipt for the I-901 fee is received by the student, the Form I-20 must be taken to a U.S. embassy or consulate in the potential student’s home country.  The student will then be issued a student visa to enter the U.S.  Students will also need a passport.  (Exceptions to this requirement are Canadian citizens who do not require a student visa.)   The SEVIS I-20 form, along with a copy of the confidential financial statement (certifying that the student has sufficient funds to remain in the U.S. for a period of at least one year), must be presented to the border officials at the time the student applies for admission into the United States.