International Students

On-Campus Undergraduate Degree-Seeking Freshman or Transfer Student

Application Process

On-campus Degree-seeking Application Process

Note:all of the following information must be received by Office of International Education BEFORE a student will be considered for full admission.

Step 1: Fully complete and submit your online application.Undergraduate applicants must have a minimum cumulative 2.0 high school or college GPA.

Step 2: Arrange to have your official transcripts to CSC.

Step 3: Arrange to have proof of English proficiency sent to CSC.

Step 4: Submit your Financial Declaration and Certification.

Step 5: Submit your Health and Immunization form.
 

Tips for Submitting your Application

To ensure timely processing of your application, international applicants should:

  1. Use your full legal name on all documents
    • Make sure you use your full legal name, exactly as it appears on your passport.
    • Make sure that your name is spelled correctly and consistently on your application and all the supporting documents.
    • Be sure to write your full legal name on all of your application materials (application fee, test scores, Financial Declaration and Certification, bank statement or Affidavit of Financial Support, academic records, etc.).
  2. Submit all application materials as soon as possible
  3. Do not list a Post Office Box as your permanent foreign address
    • In order for us to issue your I-20 form, the permanent home address listed on your application for admission must be a foreign street address.
  4. Be sure to use the correct Chadron State College mailing address
    • Send all materials to the Office of International Education, 1000 Main Street, Crites Hall, Chadron, NE 69337, USA.
  5. Provide us with an accurate email address

Cost of Attendance

Deposit and Payment

Application Fee

Chadron State college does not charge an application fee.

Deposits

All admitted international students except those referred through a CSC-approved agent organization, are required to make a deposit payment in the amount of the estimated first semester cost of attendance at least 30 days before the Form I-20 will be issued. This deposit will be applied to the student’s actual first semester cost of attendance, which includes tuition, fees, health insurance premiums, campus housing, and meal plans. Since the deposit is an estimate of the cost of attendance, any costs of attendance above and beyond the amount covered by the deposit are due prior to enrollment.

*A prompt refund of the deposit will be mailed to students who do not attend CSC as originally planned.

NOTE: Students referred by a CSC- approved agent organization are exempt from the deposit requirement

Payments

Full payment of tuition and fees is due for all semesters no later than the end of the second week of each semester.

Chadron State College does not offer extended payment plans.

Failure to pay in full by the end of the second week of each semester will result in dismissal from the college and a termination of SEVIS visa status, which may result in you being required to leave the US.