We celebrate a long tradition of international students coming from many countries around the world, to attend Hartland College. International students are welcome to apply for our 4-year programs and we will process I-20 forms under the authorization of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for qualified applicants that have been accepted into one of our four-year programs of study.
To comply with USCIS regulations and ensure that all international students will be able to meet the college financial requirements, Hartland College requires:
- All prospective international students are to complete an online application and submit all requirements by the following methods:
- Upload to the online application.
- Email to the admissions department email@example.com.
- International students must show documented proof of English proficiency:
- Students can submit proof of having completed three years of study in an English-speaking country
- Graduate from a high school or academy where English is the primary language; Complete a college degree where English is the primary language of instruction.
- Receive a SAT verbal score of 450or higher, or an ACT reading score of 18 or higher.
- Obtain an official score of 4 or higher on the International Baccalaureate Higher Level Language A examination in English.
- Students can also prove their proficiency by achieving minimal scores in the following:
- The International Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
- The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Exam
- The GTECH CBT English Test
- The Sakae English Placement Test (SEPT)
- Duolingo English Placement Test
- International students planning to enroll in the next year must apply by February 28 (or the last day of February) in order to facilitate processing by the admissions department, and the visa processing times.
- Student must submit a financial plan on how they plan to pay for their education.
- All international students must show evidence of ability to pay full tuition (a full year or as many terms as the student plans to attend within a year) prior to enrollment.