International Student Admission Requirements
English Proficiency: Students are required to be proficient in English. Below is a chart of minimum English proficiency requirements to be considered for admission:
C-SC International Admission English Proficiency Requirements and Test Conversion Table
|TOEFL iBT||IELTS||GTEC CBT||PTE||DUOLINGO|
|Full Admit||79 or above||6.5 or above||1176 or above||53||81-100|
|Committee Admit||60||5.5 or below||1050 or below||43 or below||59 or below|
The English Proficiency score may be waived for applicants that have taken the ACT or SAT and have resided in the United States for at least one semester, or have received a diploma from an American high school or international high school with all English instruction.
Requirements: Must have taken the ACT or SAT test with a minimum of 18 and 940 respectively. (Critical reading and math only.)
Transcripts: Transcripts from a high school, college or university outside the United States, if applicable, must be evaluated using a provider such as InCred or Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE). A fee will be charged by the service provider.
Student-Athletes: InCred is a credential evaluation service that international student-athletes must use to help streamline NAIA athletic eligibility and credential review process. Complete your transcript evaluation at PlayNAIA.org/InCred.
Transfer: Students transferring from another U.S. institution must have their transfer verification form completed and returned by the DSO.
Financial Documentation: The Statement of Finance must be completed and returned with supporting financial documents. Financial documents are usually certified statements from a bank or other financial institution that prove you or your sponsor(s) can cover all educational expenses for the first year of enrollment. Notarized letters of support from financial sponsor(s) are required if your sponsor is not one of your parents. This is waived if the student has proof of government assistance. (example: financial guarantee)
Apply: Students are encouraged to apply prior to June 1 to begin in the fall (August) term. Prior to Nov. 1 to begin spring (January) term. Apply online for free. Upon receipt of all application items, your file will be reviewed. If approved, a formal letter of acceptance and acceptance packet will be mailed to your address on file and sent by email.
SEVIS / Student Visa: Accepted students are sent an acceptance packet to complete. Part of the acceptance packet has a $2,000 advance tuition payment that must be submitted first in order for Culver-Stockton to issue an I-20 form. Once the I-20 form has been submitted, students will need to pay the SEVIS I-901 fee.
Once the I-901 fee is paid, the student should make an interview appointment with the nearest US embassy or consulate to obtain a visa.
*Please note that some academic majors may have additional requirements that can be found in the Culver-Stockton academic catalog.