Application for Full-Time Undergraduate Admission
for International Students Without an Alien Registration Number
*Fall Term (beginning in August): March 1
Spring Term (beginning in January): October 1
*Is the preferred start term and application deadline.
How to Apply:
As a non U.S. citizen and a non-alien resident of the U.S., in addition to completing the Application for Admission to Lebanon Valley College, you must also submit the following documents in order to be considered for admission:
- Official secondary school (high school) academic records with a certified English translation, if not in English. Please include any examination results such as GCSE, GCE, WAEC, French Baccalaureate, Abitur, or Secondary School Leaving Certificates. Students transferring from universities should also submit official college university transcripts from all institutions attended. A course-by-course evaluation of all foreign university transcripts by an independent service based in the United States is required. World Education Services (WES) and SpanTran Evaluation Services are two suggested evaluators.
- Official TOEFL, IELTS, or STEP Eiken exam results. If the language of instruction in your most recent school was not English, you must take the TOEFL, IELTS, or STEP Eiken exam and have the results sent to Lebanon Valley College. Our institutional code number for the TOEFL exam is 2364. We prefer to see a TOEFL score of 80 iBT and above (213 computer based, 550 paper based), IELTS score of 6.5, or STEP Eiken Grade 1.
- Certification of Financial Support with required documents attached. Providing sound proof of financial support is a required factor in admission and visa consideration. It must be evident that you can provide the funding necessary to study at Lebanon Valley College. Minimum proof of support for 2013-2014 is $36,997.
|Our 2013-2014 costs, in U.S. dollars are as follows:
|Minus Guaranteed International Student Grant
As an international student you will automatically receive an International Student Grant of one-third tuition ($11,633 for 2013-2014). No full tuition scholarships are available.