Students come to Endicott from more than 30 countries, and our community provides a home away from home experience. We encourage you to explore our website and learn about the many opportunities available at Endicott. We look forward to hearing from you and meeting with you soon.
Deadlines for International Admission Applications
Fall semester - March 15
Spring semester - December 15
We may continue to accept applications thereafter on a space-available basis; however, some programs reach capacity early in the application cycle.
International Admission Procedures
International students applying for undergraduate programs in the traditional day school should follow the initial application steps, then complete the following requirements unique to international students. Graduate and Endicott College Van Loan School of Professional Studies programs also are available.
- Submit Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) scores. The TOEFL is required for all students whose native language is not English. The College requests that test scores be sent directly from ETS (code 3369). A minimum score of 550 (paper based) or 79 (iBT) is required for students to be accepted directly into their major programs of study. Although the minimum score is preferred, the Admission Committee will consider an international student's overall academic background and unique strengths and accomplishments. The College will also accept an IELTS score of 6.0 or better. Information regarding testing sites and dates may be obtained through the TOEFL or IELTS websites.
- Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) or American College Test (ACT) scores are recommended, but not required. The College requests that test scores be sent directly from ETS (code 3369) or ACT (code 1824). NOTE: There may be a delay in recording test scores if you have chosen not to provide your Social Security number to the testing service. Please notify our office so that we can verify your scores manually.
- A declaration of finances indicating the applicant's or sponsor's ability to pay the costs required to attend college in the United States. This information is required by the United States government and will be held in the strictest confidence.
Please make sure your submission is complete; the Admission Review Committee will not consider applications until ALL of the materials listed above have been received by the Office of Admission.
Document Translation and Application Evaluation
Internationally educated applicants for admission whose educational documents are in a foreign language are required to have their credentials translated into English by an official from their secondary schools. Endicott reserves the right to require that internationally educated applicants have their credentials evaluated by an approved external agency. This agency will certify the validity of the documents and determine if and how the potential transfer credits apply within the United States educational system.
If you are admitted to the College for the fall semester, you may indicate your intention to enroll by making an enrollment and non-refundable continuation deposit of $500 in United States currency by May 1. Housing preferences are based on when your deposit is received. You will then be sent an invoice for tuition, room and board, and fees. Upon receipt of this payment, the I-20 form necessary for obtaining a student visa will be mailed to you, along with instructions for securing a visa and information regarding your arrival at Endicott. For spring semester entrants, an invoice will be sent with the offer of admission. Once payment is received, an electronic notification will be submitted to the relevant United States authorities, and a paper copy of an I-20 form will be sent to you.
Prior to your enrollment at Endicott, your official FINAL secondary school transcript is required.