If you live in a country other than the United States and would like to gain admission and enroll in classes at Rogers State University, please follow these easy steps. Information on being a legal resident in the United States as an international student along with step by step instructions.
Submit the following documentation to the Office of Admissions:
- All international students who have not earned 24 or more US college credit hours must submit an ACT or SAT score in order to be admitted.
- Information on these programs may be found at www.act.org and www.sat.org.
Submit the following:
- Supply official transcripts from all schools attended.
- These transcripts must be evaluated and translated by World Education Services (WES) at the initiative and expense of the student. Contact WES at 212-966-6311.
- Complete the Financial Guarantee for International Admission and provide proof of financial support, including bank statements for the past year, represented in US currency.
- The more sources showing ability to pay, the better. Examples:
- Sponsors, work references, letter from parent employer, or parent's employer as a sponsor.
- Students work cannot be used as a source of income due to work being limited once enrolled.
Demonstrate English proficiency, if English is a second language, in one of the following ways:
- Students from the following countries are exempt from taking the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL): Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, New Zealand, Trinidad, and West Africa.
- Official TOEFL score of 500+ on the written examination, or
- Official TOEFL score of 173+ on the computerized examination, or
- Official TOEFL score of 61+ on the Internet based examination, or
- Official TOEFL score of 460+ on the written examination or 48+ on the Internet based examination and successful completion of a 12 week Intensive English Program (IEP) approved by the Oklahoma State Regents to be immediately followed by enrollment at RSU, or
- Graduate from an English speaking high school
Submit completed I-901 after I-20 is received:
- The I-901 shows you have paid the SEVIS fee ($200). You must print and keep this receipt.
- I-20 form is the certificate of eligibility, proof you have been accepted into a full course of study at an approved institution in the United States.
- After you have an I-20, you need to pay the SEVIS fee.
Transfer students also require:
- A valid I-94
- A copy of their U.S. transfer transcript
- SEVIS transfer request form
- Transfer students can provide, with written verification, a copy of their original I-20 from their transferring institution.