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  • First Year Admission for International Students

    It is recommended that International Students complete their application, including the submission of transcripts and other supporting materials, by February 1, the priority deadline to be considered for merit-based academic awards.

    Should you have any questions, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admission at (800) 333-4733 or admission@lemoyne.edu.

    Requirements for Admission
    Please select from below.

    Application for Admission

    Complete the Common Application or the Le Moyne Application.

    Transcripts

    All foreign transcripts should be submitted to a credential evaluation service to be evaluated and then submitted to Le Moyne College. Visit the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) website for a listing of member organizations. Please choose from any of the current members listed. Each organization has instructions on how to submit required documents for evaluation. Transcripts submitted by the applicant will be considered unofficial and will not satisfy admission requirements. In addition, if you have already graduated from high school, please forward any national exam results such as the GCSE or WAEC.

    Recommendations

    Submit a school counselor recommendation or up to three teacher recommendations. For schools without a counselor, recommendations may be sent from a principal or headmaster.

    Certificate of Finance

    Download here.

    Passport or Visa

    A copy of your visa, or the biographic page of your passport, must be submitted prior to receiving an admission decision. You may upload these documents via your Applicant Status Page. Please be sure that all information (i.e. dates, name, photo) is clear and readable.

    Test Scores

    Test scores are required to be considered for the highest academic scholarships. Otherwise, Le Moyne College does not require test scores unless (1) English is not your first language, or if English has not been the language of instruction for the major part of your academic experience, or (2) it is required by your program of study. Test score results must be sent to us through the testing agencies. We will accept test scores sent through EducationUSA that have been certified. Please review our Test Optional policy and follow the instructions provided below. 

    TOEFL/IELTS Scores: Required if English is not your first language, or if English has not been the language of instruction for the major part of your academic experience. TOEFL requirements: 79-80 (Internet-based). IELTS requirement: at least 6.5. 

    SAT/ACT Scores: Required for some programs of study. May exempt students from submitting TOEFL/IELTS scores. To exempt students from TOEFL/IELTS, we require an SAT score of 500 or better on Critical Reading Section, or an ACT score of 22 or better on the English/writing section.

    Application for Admission

    Complete the Common Application or the Le Moyne Application.

    Transcripts

    If you have attended an international high school anytime during grades 9-12, an official transcript from each school attended is required. All foreign transcripts should be submitted to a credential evaluation service to be evaluated and then submitted to Le Moyne College. Visit the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) website for a listing of member organizations. Please choose from any of the current members listed. Each organization has instructions on how to submit required documents for evaluation. Transcripts submitted by the applicant will be considered unofficial and will not satisfy admission requirements. In addition, if you have already graduated from high school, please forward any national exam results such as the GCSE or WAEC.

    Recommendations

    Submit a school counselor recommendation or up to three teacher recommendations. For schools without a counselor, recommendations may be sent from a principal or headmaster.

    Test Scores

    Test scores are required to be considered for the highest academic scholarships. Otherwise, Le Moyne College does not require test scores unless (1) English is not your first language, or if English has not been the language of instruction for the major part of your academic experience, or (2) it is required by your program of study. Please review our Test Optional policy and follow the instructions provided below. 

    TOEFL/IELTS Scores: Required if English is not your first language, or if English has not been the language of instruction for the major part of your academic experience. TOEFL requirements: 79-80 (Internet-based). IELTS requirement: at least 6.5. 

    SAT/ACT Scores: Required for some programs of study. May exempt students from submitting TOEFL/IELTS scores. To exempt students from TOEFL/IELTS, we require an SAT score of 500 or better on Critical Reading Section, or an ACT score of 22 or better on the English/writing section.

    Immigration Documentation

    Documentation of your citizenship status must be submitted prior to receiving an admission decision. All documentation regarding citizenship status can be uploaded via your Applicant Status Page. Please be sure that all information (i.e. dates, name, photo) is clear and readable.

    If you are currently on an F1 student visa:
    Complete our Certificate of Finance.
    Submit a copy of your current I-20.
    Submit a copy of the biographic page of your passport.

    If you are on any visa type such as an H, E, T etc., which permit study in the United States, and will not be changing to an F1 visa:
    Submit a copy of your official notification of your visa status.
    Submit a copy of the biographic page of your passport.

    If you are on any other visa type and are changing to an F1:
     
    Complete our Certificate of Finance.
    Submit a copy of your current visa type.
    Submit a copy of the biographic page of your passport.

    If you are currently a refugee or asylum seeker:
    Send a copy of any official Homeland Security document that shows your current refugee or asylum status.

    If you are a citizen of a United States associated state:
    Send a copy of the biographic page of your passport.

    If none of the above refers to your status
    , please email us to let us know and we will make the necessary adjustments on your file and work with you to complete your application and get you a decision.

     

    International Student Experience

    Le Moyne College offers a rigorous, world-class educational experience in the Jesuit tradition and welcomes students from 25 countries. Small class sizes, a wide selection of academic offerings taught by world-class faculty, and a friendly campus atmosphere, as well as close proximity to exciting cities such as New York, Boston, Toronto, and Washington, D.C., are only a few reasons Le Moyne College is such a great place for international students to live and study. Learn More

    Contact

    Office of Undergraduate Admission
    Le Moyne College
    1419 Salt Springs Road
    Syracuse, New York 13214-1399
    United States

    Phone: (315) 445-4300
    Fax: (315) 445-4711
    Email: admission@lemoyne.edu