Office of Admissions

International - First Time Freshman

  • Submit an application for admission to Mount Marty College.
  • Submit a $35 non-refundable application fee.
  • Submit official TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) results directly to Mount Marty College from ETS.
    • Minimum TOEFL scores required for MMC admission:
      • minimum score of 530 or higher (paper-based test)
      • minimum score of 71 or higher (internet-based test)
      • Please note that the TOEFL requirement may be waived for International applicants who graduated from an American high school or an area of another English speaking country (i.e. Canada, Australia, UK) if they have a 2.0 or higher GPA AND an ACT Writing sub score of 18 or higher OR an SAT Critical Reading sub score of 440 or higher and Writing sub score of 440 or higher.
  • Submit official documentation of secondary (high school) and post-secondary (college) coursework.
    • For MMC admission, a minimum grade point average of a 2.0 is required for secondary and post-secondary coursework.
    • If completed within the U.S., an official transcript may be requested directly from that institution. Transcripts should be sent directly from that institution to Mount Marty College.
    • If completed outside of the U.S., academic credential evaluations from World Education Services (WES) are required. Official academic transcripts should be submitted to WES. Official credential evaluations must be received by Mount Marty College directly from WES. It is the student's responsibility to pay for and have any required evaluations completed.
      • For secondary transcripts, a Document-by-Document Report is required.
      • For post-secondary transcripts, a Course-by-Course Report is required.
      • For more information on what documentation to provide to WES based on your country, please go here.
  • Submit the International Student Financial Affidavit Form and supporting documents of a personal bank account or other financial sponsor. Since international applicants are not eligible for US federal financial aid, applicants are required prove financial ability to pay for the entire program of study.
    • Note that international applicants may be eligible for some types of institutional aid and should work with a MMC Enrollment Counselor to determine possible areas of eligibility. Additional documentation may be required such as ACT or SAT score reports.
Once all the necessary documents outlined above have been received, the applicant file will be reviewed for admission to MMC. If accepted, MMC will issue a letter of acceptance and official I-20 to the student. Upon receipt of the I-20, it should be reviewed carefully to confirm accuracy and signed by the applicant in the designated space.

At this time, the applicant should make arrangements with the American Embassy or Consulate to obtain a visa.