International Student Admissions Process

  • Application Deadline:
    Summer April 1; Fall June 1; Spring October 1
    Applicants currently in the United States must apply 60 days prior to the beginning of classes.

    Submit the following to the Admissions Office, Main Building Room 02:
    • An official translated transcript and supporting information from all secondary schools and universities. All university records must be evaluated by an accredited evaluation service.
    Suggested sources:

    Transcripts are not required for students applying for English Language instruction only.

    • If currently in the United States applying for a Change of Non-Immigrant Status to student visa, submit United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS, formerly INS) form I-539 Application to Change Non- Immigrant Status, form I-134 Affidavit of Support, and valid I-94 card from passport. To download forms, visit USCIS website.
    • All New Students issued a Form I-20 Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant (F-1) Student Status must submit the I-901, Fee Remittance for F-1visa. Click here to download the form, or to pay online, visit:


  • There are two tuition rates, one for State of Maryland residents and one for out-of-state and foreign non-immigrant residents. A person is considered a State resident who has been domiciled in Maryland for not less than three consecutive months prior to enrollment. Domicile means a person's permanent place of residence where physical presence and possessions are maintained and where the person intends to remain indefinitely. A foreign national admitted to the United States as a temporary student or non-immigrant visa may not be considered a resident. It is the responsibility of the student enrolling at the College to declare the proper residency status. A student discovered to have been improperly classified as a State resident will be reclassified as an out-of-state resident and will be required to pay the College the difference in tuition. Misrepresentation of residency to evade payment of out-of-state tuition may be cause for disciplinary action. If you are unsure of your USCIS status in the U.S., please contact the Recruitment, Admissions and Registration Office.


Contact Us

  • International Students Admission
    Liberty Campus
    Main Building, Room 02

    Admissions Office Call Center
    MD Toll-Free: 1-888-203-1261
    TTY: 1-800-735-2258

Transfer Students