Applicants from outside the United States should apply at least three to four months before the quarter starts. Contact Us for more information.
If you are applying for international student admission and an F-1 student visa, you must meet both the program-specific admission requirements and those outlined below. Application deadlines and requirements vary from program to program. With the additional steps, it is important that you plan ahead and ensure all application materials are received by the deadline. If you have questions, or need further assistance, e-mail the Admissions Office.
- Test of English as a Foreign Langueage (TOEFL)
- To find a TOEFL testing center in your country, contact the U.S. Embassy, U.S. Consulate or U.S. Information Service in your country.
- Request official score to be sent directly to Antioch University Seattle, institution code 4146.
- Required minimum score
- 550 – paper-based
- 213 – computer-based
- 79 – internet-based test
- If you had schooling in a country other than the U.S. or Canada (except Quebec), you must request two official transcripts from each of your academic institutions.
- One official transcript sent directly to Antioch University Seattle by the academic institution(s). If transcripts are not in English, they must be translated to English by certified translators.
- A second official transcript be sent directly to a credential evaluator. Antioch requires certified translations and evaluations of international documents.
- You may select a credential evaluator from NACES.
- Please note if you are applying to a graduate degree or graduate certificate program, you are required to have a four-year degree equivalent to a U.S. baccalaureate degree.
- Financial certification—Submit documentation of your ability to pay the educational and living expenses for your program. Examples include bank statements, loan documents or other written evidence of resources.
- As an international student you are not eligible for financial assistance from the U.S. government.
- If you are accepted to one of Antioch’s degree or certificate programs, you will receive the necessary U.S. immigration forms to apply for a student visa through the U.S. consulate in your home country. Admission to Antioch University does not guarantee that you will receive a student visa. If you do not receive a student visa in time for your program start, you may contact the Admissions Office for assistance in changing your admission to a later quarter.
- It is important to note that as an international student with a student visa you must be enrolled full time each quarter. In general, your student visa does not allow you to be employed while in school.
Steps for International Students to Apply
Step One: Fill out Application
- Apply Online or submit application for admission (PDF)
- Pay $25 online application fee; $50 paper fee
Step Two: Also Submit your
- Program-specific admission requirements
- Official TOEFL score report to document your English language proficiency
- Official transcripts for all colleges and universities attended
- Evaluation of international transcripts
- Financial documentation
Step Three: Mail Materials to