Are you an international student hoping to transfer to a different college? Perhaps this will actually be your first college experience. Whatever the case may be, you belong here. NDSCS is a great place to gain an education and to get your mind—and your hands—around learning. We’ll make the transition easy; all you have to do is apply!
Fill out the NDSCS online Application for Admission.
Complete the following information and submit to NDSCS:
Submit all paperwork to NDSCS for processing.
Once the application has been processed, the student will be issued an I-20. The I-20 must be sent directly to the student whose name appears on the I-20. An I-20 can not be given to a third party. An I-20 can be sent overnight express, but the student must pay for the overnight delivery fees. This generally costs about $75 (U.S. funds).
If the student has been approved to attend NDSCS, the student must fill out and submit the I-901 Fee Remittance to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The fee can be mailed or submitted at www.fmjfee.com.
Students must make an appointment at the U.S. Embassy with I-20 in hand to receive proper authorization to attend.
Visit www.ice.gov/sevis/students for helpful information on How to Navigate the U.S. Immigration System.
On-Campus with Meal Plan
Residents of all states and countries living on-campus with a meal plan of 160, 225 or 300 meals will be charged in-state tuition.
|Cost Information Per Year|
Living and Eating on Campus: Approximate Cost
|Health Insurance||$2,180 (premium is subject to change)|
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