- International Students
- Requirements and Deadlines
- Application Forms
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- Student Life
- Surrounding Area
- Dining Options
Requirements & Deadlines
Application for admission (online form or request an application booklet to complete in English).
Non-refundable application fee of $100 (no waivers).
Official high school and any college transcripts (if transfer equivalence is requested) translated to English. Attested copies are accepted.
Official SAT score report or TOEFL score of 500 regular / 173 computer / 61 iBT or STEP Eiken Grade 2A or Cambridge ESOL exam or IELTS 5 for regular course enrollment. WWCC's school code is 4957.
Western Wyoming Community College (WWCC) offers an Intensive English Program for students who wish to study English full-time or for those who are fairly proficient but need to build their skills through a class or two while taking regular college classes.
The Intensive English Program (English as a Second Language, ESL) is a great choice for any of the following students:
Students who want to study English and return to their country
Students who want to study English in preparation for degree studies at WWCC or a 4-year university.
Students who want to build a specific skill such as listening or conversation
Any prospective student who scores less than 400 regular / 97 computer / 32 iBT on TOEFL or STEP Eiken Grade Pre-2 or Cambridge ESOL exam or IELTS 4, must start in ESL courses. Courses requirements will be determined through further testing when the student comes to campus. Students, who have not taken the TOEFL exam, must show that they have had some level of English instruction and provide proof of coursework. They will enter as full-time ESL students.
Documentation of English ability is required for all non-U.S. citizens except native English speakers from the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, or non-French speaking Canada. Waivers may be granted for (1) transfer students with demonstrated success in college level English courses or (2) students whose secondary education was taught in English.
Financial guarantees from the applicant and guarantor and signed statement from the student's or guarantor's bank stating applicant has available a minimum of $15,000 to cover first year costs, travel and personal expenses.
Health statement with physician's signature. Students who live on-campus must also provide proof of inoculation for Measles, Mumps and Rubella (submit note from doctor or copy of inoculation card).
Photocopy of the passport page which lists the student’s full name.
All international students must have medical insurance. Proof of international medical coverage or the College's insurance is required. College insurance is included in the international student deposit.
Housing application and partially refundable housing deposit of $150 ($25 is non-refundable as a processing fee).
Planned Semester of Attendance
Spring Semester (January)
November 1, 2014
Fall Semester (August)
June 15, 2014
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