ASU Mid-South welcomes international students. International students follow the regular admissions requirements of the College, including the provision of placement scores, transcripts of high school and/or college work attempted or completed in the United States, and immunization records.
Admission fees for international students and completed application packets are required no later than eight weeks prior to regular registration for the semester of enrollment.
Turn in the documents listed to the Admissions Office.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
International students see below for additional documentation required.
- Complete the Online Application at asumidsouth.edu/application-for-admission/
- Email shot records for Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR 1 & MMR 2) to email@example.com
- Request High School/GED Transcript be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Request official transcripts from ALL previously attended colleges be sent to email@example.com
- Watch your email for confirmation from your online application & respond as soon as possible
Complete the FAFSA. Apply for scholarships.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Complete the FAFSA: FAFSA.gov
- Apply for ASU Mid-South scholarships: asumidsouth.edu/scholarship-application
- If you are an Arkansas resident, apply for Arkansas scholarships by June 1: scholarships.adhe.edu
(ACT, SAT, ACCUPLACER, or ACCUPLACER NextGen scores may be submitted) Placement test scores help ASU Mid-South place you in the appropriate level of classes.
- If you have placement test scores, email them to email@example.com
- If you need to take a placement test, sign up at: asumidsouth.edu/testing-sign-up
- The Accuplacer NextGen exam is a computer college placement test used to evaluate skill levels in reading, writing, and mathematics
- You will need a photo ID on the day of the test
- The Accuplacer NextGen test is untimed and costs $15.00
- The testing fee may be paid in person at the Cashier’s Window in the Reynolds Center or using Paypal online through asumidsouth.edu/testing-sign-up
- Transfer Students: Test scores may not be needed. The Admissions office will contact you if you need test scores, or you may email the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Watch your email for contact from our Admissions Office & respond when contacted.
- Someone from the Admissions Office who is trained to help you get started will contact you.
- You will get help with identifying courses to meet your academic goals
- You will find out about your advisor who will meet with you each semester and help you reach those goals
- You will sign up for College Success (CSUR 1101) – a course designed to give you tips and insight into college
- You will get a schedule of classes
- Know when your tuition is due!
- Visit the Cashier’s Window for your tuition balance & due date
- Payment plans can be set up online: asumidsouth.edu/pay-for-college then click Payment Plan
- All new college students should attend New Student Orientation (NSO). Research has shown that those who participate in NSO have more success in reaching their goals.
- Sign up at: asumidsouth.edu/orientation
In Addition to the standard admissions materials, International Student Application packets must include the following:
1. Proof of payment of the I-901 Student Exchange Visitor Processing Fee
2. Payment of the admissions processing fee for international students.
3. A copy of passport or visa.
4. Evidence of tuberculosis screening and immunization for measles-rubeola and rubella MMR. Students with 30 credit hours or less must have two doses of MMR; those with 31 hours or more are required to have one dose of MMR.
5. Evidence of continuous health insurance coverage which includes the summer months.
6. Authenticated copies of academic records from their country of origin that describe the courses of instruction, years spent in school, types of subject matter covered, and grades earned in each subject. Evaluation of these transcripts must indicate that the student has an academic background at least equivalent to high school graduation in the U.S.
7. Proof of English proficiency by one or more of the following means:
a. a score of 500 or higher on the TOEFL (173 on the computerized version)
b. a grade of “C” or better in two standard English composition courses at a United
States accredited institution of higher education
c. successful completion of an intensive English program at a level of instruction that
permits enrollment in college-level courses
d. an associate degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution.
8. A letter of certification presented each academic year of planned attendance at the College (dated no more than six months prior to the desired enrollment date) from a reputable financial institution stating that the applicant possesses financial resources of at least $25,000 (U.S.).
9. ASU Mid-South Admissions Application and ASU Mid-South Supplemental Application (Click the blue buttons below)
For more information or to submit documents, please contact Leslie Anderson at email@example.com
No international student who is “out of status” with the U.S. Immigration Service will be admitted. International students who are not citizens of the U.S.A. must establish resident alien status to be eligible for college-based financial aid. International students are subject to the College’s academic probation and suspension policies which may limit enrollment to less than 12 credit hours per semester.