Step 1: Apply
Application Deadlines for International Applicants
Fall enrollment (August – December semester): June 1
Spring enrollment (January – May semester): October 15
Step 2: Submit Your Application Supporting Materials
Send the application materials with your paper application, or separately via mail or email to international firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following are required in order to complete your application:
- Official secondary school/high school transcripts
Include grades for all courses completed during each year of secondary/high school. This will include a list of your final year courses. Please include an explanation of the secondary school grading system and your corresponding grade point average. On average, University of Lynchburg international students have a “B” minimum grade point average.
- For international transfer applicants: official university transcripts
If you attended a university or college outside of the United States, your university transcripts must be submitted to World Education Services (WES) for course evaluation. Please include grades for all college courses completed, an explanation of the college grading system, and corresponding grade point average.
- Official exam scores: – TOEFL- IELTS- SAT
If English is not your first language, you are required to take an English proficiency exam, the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS). When you take the exam, please list University of Lynchburg as a recipient. The College code for the TOEFL is 5372. A minimum TOEFL score of 550 on the paper-based exam, 210 on the computer-based exam, 78 on the Internet-based exam, or a 6.0 on the IELTS is required for admissions to University of Lynchburg. Students who score just below the required scores are encouraged to apply and the international admissions officer will contact you to assess your language ability.
We advise students, who are able, to take the SAT exam. This exam is another tool that U.S. schools use to assess admissions applications. The University of Lynchburg code for the SAT exam is: 5372.
- Certificate of Finance
Submit the completed certificate of finance form (for 2019-2010) by fax, mail, or to
- Banker’s letter/bank statement
Submit a bank letter or official bank statement indicating funds available from the sponsor’s account. This submission must indicate currency type and amount available to support the information submitted on the Certificate of Finance. Please submit this letter by fax, mail, or to international email@example.com. Read a sample bank letter (PDF).
- Letter of recommendation
A letter of recommendation from one of your secondary school teachers or another person who can speak to your ability to succeed at University of Lynchburg may be required. If so, the letter may be submitted via mail or to international firstname.lastname@example.org.
A 250-500 word essay is required. Please submit an essay written on one of the following three topics: 1. Evaluate a signiﬁcant experience, achievement, risk you have taken, or ethical dilemma you have faced and its impact on you; 2. Discuss an issue of personal, local, national, or international concern and its importance to you; 3. Explain why you wish to pursue an education in the United States and what goals you have for yourself in taking on this endeavor. You may submit this essay by mail or to international email@example.com.
- Copy of passport
A photocopy of the front informational page of your passport that shows your biographical data. You may submit this by mail or email to international firstname.lastname@example.org.
An interview with an admissions counselor is strongly recommended, but not required. The interview may be conducted by telephone or Skype. To schedule an appointment, call the Office of Enrollment at 1.434.544.8300, or email international email@example.com.
Find information about international scholarships by visiting the financial aid section of the web site.