International Student Admission Requirements

You may be applying for admission to Wesleyan College as a first-year student or transferring to Wesleyan from another international college or university.  Requirements for admission in either situation are listed here.

First-year International Student Admission Requirements
To be accepted for admission at Wesleyan College, all international students must complete the following:

  • Submit an application. Apply Online for FREE! 
  • Standardized Test Scores (If SAT or ACT test results do not appear on your transcripts, arrange for a formal report of all college entrance exams to be sent to Wesleyan by the testing agency. Wesleyan’s identification codes are: SAT 5895; ACT 0876.)
  • Teacher Recommendation Form
  • Secondary School Counselor Recommendation Form
  • Official high school and/or college transcripts. (Transcript must be translated into English. Transcript must be adapted to the 4.0 American grade scale.)
  • TOEFL or IELTS scores, if English is not your language of origin.
  • Transcript evaluation, if you graduated from an accredited high school more than 3 months prior to college.  Cost of the evaluation service shall be the responsibility of the student. We recommend the following evaluation service providers: Josef Silny and Associates – www.jsilny.com and Foreign Credential Services of America - www.fcsa.biz
  • International Student Certificate of Finance
    The Certificate of Finance must be supplemented with bank or other financial institution records. It must also show the student, family, and/or sponsor’s ability to pay for the cost of attendance at Wesleyan College throughout the four years of attendance. The Certificate of Finance must show available funds for the cost of attendance before the I-20 is issued.

Regarding financial aid, Wesleyan does not provide need-based financial aid. There are academic scholarships offered to international students based on grades and scores on the ACT or SAT tests. Here is a link to International Student Aid Resources. No additional application is needed to determine scholarship eligibility since each file is reviewed for scholarships and admission simultaneously.

If you have any questions about these items, please contact the Wesleyan College Office of Admission at admission@wesleyancollege.edu.  We look forward to receiving your application soon!


Transfer International Student Admission Requirements
For transfer students with less than 24 credit hours who wish to be considered for admission, please complete the following:

  • Submit an application. Apply Online for FREE!
  • Standardized Test Scores (If SAT or ACT test results do not appear on your transcripts, arrange for a formal report of all college entrance exams to be sent to Wesleyan by the testing agency. Wesleyan’s identification codes are: SAT 5895; ACT 0876.)
  • College Advisor Recommendation Form (Transfer Student Applicants)
  • Teacher/Professor Recommendation Form
  • Official high school transcript, translated into English and adapted to the 4.0 grade scale.
  • Official college transcript, translated into English and adapted to the 4.0 grade scale.
  • TOEFL or IELTS scores, if English is not your language of origin.
  • Transcript Evaluation, All international transfer students must have all college transcripts evaluated by an outside agency. The evaluation must include a course-by-course description and a grade point average converted to the U.S. scale. The cost of the evaluation service shall be the responsibility of the student. The following services are approved by Wesleyan College: Josef Silny and Associates – www.jsilny.com and World Education Services – www.wes.org
  •  International Student Certificate of Finance
    This must be supplemented by bank or other financial institution records, and must verify the student, family, and/or sponsor’s ability to pay for the cost of attendance at Wesleyan College throughout the four years of attendance. The I-20 form will not be issued until sufficient financial documentation is shown.

Transfer students with more than 24 college credit hours who wish to be considered for admission do not have to submit test scores or high school transcript.

Regarding financial aid, Wesleyan does not provide need-based financial aid. There are academic scholarships offered to international students based on grades and scores on the ACT or SAT tests. Here is a link to International Student Aid Resources. No additional application is needed to determine scholarship eligibility since each file is reviewed for scholarships and admission simultaneously.

If you have any questions about these items, please contact the Wesleyan College Office of Admission at admission@wesleyancollege.edu.  We look forward to receiving your application soon!