How to Apply as an International Student
In order to apply to Presbyterian College’s four-year degree program or to transfer to PC as an international student, you must be sure that you are eligible for this distinction. If you hold a U.S. passport (including dual citizenship), are a permanent resident of the U.S., or have applied for a Green Card to live in the U.S., please do not attempt to apply for acceptance as an international student. Please follow the domestic admissions requirements.
The two intakes, or entrance times, for international students are fall and spring. We review applications daily and accept students for both intakes during any time of the year.
We mail the Form I-20 to students within two weeks of acceptance.
In order to apply to Presbyterian College as an international student you must submit the following application materials:
- A completed application (the Common Application or the PC application)
- Photocopy of your passport photo page
- Official translated transcripts from secondary/high school
We can accept copies of transcripts for your application review, but original transcripts are required for us to issue an I-20.
- Proof of English Language proficiency document
TOEFL 80/IBT (The TOEFL institutional code for Presbyterian College is 5540.)
- Bank Statement within three months of applying*
- Completed Financial Statement Form* (2016-17 International Student Certification of Finances Guidelines)
Remember: You can have a Form I-20 within two weeks of acceptance. Make sure to send all of your materials at once to expedite the process.
*If you are attending Presbyterian College as a student sponsored by a foreign government or organization, please submit the letter of support instead.