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International Students

Students from all countries are encouraged to apply to Waynesburg University. The diversity these students bring to the campus benefits the students, faculty, staff, and community. Waynesburg University offers an atmosphere where the international student can gain a quality education in a caring environment with an international student advisor and student organization.

An international student should submit a completed admission application as well as transcripts (translated into English by WES, World Education Services) of all academic secondary educational work and any post-secondary educational work (if applicable). An international student whose native language is not English must also submit a copy of his or her TOEFL score report before the application can be considered. Also, if the student has taken the SATs or ACTs those scores should be submitted to the University at the time of application.

While the University does not offer financial support specifically designated for international students, merit awards are available to all applicants who meet the University’s scholarship guidelines, which are based on high school GPA and SAT/ACT scores.

An international student must complete a statement of financial support showing the student’s ability to pay tuition, fees, room, board, books, supplies, personal expenses, and travel costs.

After receipt and proper evaluation of the items listed above, the University will make an acceptance decision and issue an I-20 (Application for Student Visa) or DS-2019 form. If the student receives an acceptance letter, he or she will need to deposit $250 (U.S.). The deposit will be applied to the first semester’s tuition charges.

For additional information, feel free to contact the University at