We welcome students from more than ten countries around the world. Our small size and integrated approach to faith and learning makes us a perfect home for international students. Here, you’ll be safe to grow in a Christian community of support.
International admission requirements
International applicants must be a graduate of a secondary school system or the equivalent, and must have sufficient proficiency of the English language to study at the college level. We are authorized to grant I-20 forms for the purposes of obtaining an F-1 student visa only. In order to receive an F-1 visa, you must be a full-time student.
Ayobami Oyemade ’13
1. An application for admission
2. An official, translated transcript of the student’s secondary school record, preferably indicating class rank and GPA. Montreat College highly recommends, and in some instances requires, that the applicant use a transcript translation and evaluation service (such as World Education Services, WES) in order to determine international academic credentials.
3. SAT or ACT scores (for students who speak English as their first language)
4. TOEFL results (for students who speak English as a second language). International applicants may also elect to submit an official Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) score or an American College Testing (ACT) score.
Conditional admission requirements are for international freshmen with a GPA lower than 2.75 and/or SAT scores lower than 1,000 (combined Critical Reading and Math) or ACT scores lower than 21 (Composite). These applicants are also required to:
Submit a letter of recommendation, preferably from a current teacher
International transfer students
Standard admission requirements include:
- An application for admission
- Transcripts from all previously attended colleges
If you attended any college outside of the U.S., your college transcript(s) must be evaluated. We require a course-by-course evaluation that can be requested through the following websites: