We are delighted that you are interested in becoming an international student at Truett-McConnell College! An international student is someone who has not been granted or does not have US citizenship or permanent US residency. In order for these students to study in the US, they must obtain an F-1 visa. Please refer to the following information in order to begin the application process.
International students applying for admission to Truett-McConnell College must complete the following steps listed on the International Student Breakdown:
Submit a formal application. (Click here to download the International Student application and submission instructions.)
Submit official transcripts of all secondary and postsecondary schoolwork. (Click here for more details.)
Submit official SAT/ACT or TOEFL scores. (Click here for more details.)
Submit the International Financial Statement. (Click here for more details.)
After steps 1-4 have been completed, your file will be reviewed for acceptance or denial to the college. If accepted, you will then need to submit the following:
After step 5 has been completed, the I-20 will be issued to the student.
Submit Certificate of Immunization. (Click here for more details.)
Purchase a health insurance policy. (Click here for insurance options.)
Submit Housing Application and refundable $100 Housing deposit. (Click here to download Housing Application Form.)
Submit funds to cover the amount of one semester's tuition, room, and board or set up payment plans through the Business Office. (Click here for payment options.)
If you have any questions about international admissions, please contact Admissions at the following phone number: 706-865-2134, ext.127 or toll free at 1-800-226-8621 or by e-mail at .