Neumont is authorized under federal law to enroll non-immigrant students. An international application for admission is considered complete and ready for review when the documents and records have been received. Documents include a completed application signed, dated, and accompanied by a non-refundable international student application fee of $125. This fee must be drawn from a U.S. bank account, be an international money order, or be paid by credit card.
In order to satisfy the general admissions requirements listed above, foreign educational documents, including proof of high school graduation or its equivalent, must be submitted. Non-English transcripts and documents must be submitted in their original form, accompanied by a certified English translation. If the institution attended was not a U.S. institution, the transcript must be evaluated by a credential-evaluation service that is a member of NACES at the applicant’s own expense.
For a complete list of NACES credential evaluation services visit: www.naces.org.
Proven English language proficiency is required if English is not the applicant’s first language. The preferable method of proving English proficiency is official test results of the TOEFL exam (Test of English as a Foreign Language).
Applicants with TOEFL scores of at least 79 internet-based score (213 computer-based score or 550 paper-based score) or better will be considered for admission. In addition to, or in place of, the TOEFL exam, the institution, at its discretion, may require students to complete a telephone interview in English.
Official ACT or SAT test results are recommended.
Once these documents are complete, the application is submitted for review. Accepted applicants will then need to provide the following:
- A current official bank statement from the bank (not just a receipt) showing sufficient U.S. dollar funds to cover expenses for an academic year of attendance at Neumont College.
- F-1 students are required to provide proof of additional funds for each F-2 dependent.
- If the applicant has a sponsor, the sponsor will need to complete the affidavit of support. Scholarship awards can be applied toward the certifying amount.
All international students who are currently studying in the United States on an F-1 student visa and who are transferring from another U.S. institution are required to submit a Transfer Eligibility Form prior to the issuing of the new I-20. All international student scholarships are contingent on meeting I-9 eligibility requirements and lawful F-1 status. Admitted, eligible students are issued an I-20 form from Neumont College of Computer Science. International applicants are encouraged to visit: https://studyinthestates.dhs.gov/.