International Student Admissions
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- Academic Records
- Financial Support/Costs
- English Proficiency
- Medical Insurance
- Transfer Credit
Go to applynow.usu.edu to submit your application.
When completing the application be sure to select Price Campus as your campus of choice. This will admit you to USU Eastern.
The completed application must be accompanied by the following:
- Complete certified transcripts of academic records
- A non-refundable application fee
- A signed certificate of financial support
- Proof of English proficiency
- Verification of adequate medical insurance
Priority deadlines are as follows:
Fall Semester - May 1
Spring Semester - October 1
Summer Semester - February 1
Applications are processed as they are received. However, applications received too late to permit processing for the upcoming semester, will be processed for the following semester. All required records and forms must be received in Records & Registration Office prior to admission. USU Eastern has two semesters and two summer terms: Fall Semester begins in late August; Spring Semester begins in early January; and Summer Semester begins in early May.
A non-refundable application fee of US $50.00 must accompany the Application for Admission. Send a check or money order payable to USU Eastern.
Official copies of academic records of all studies completed in secondary schools (high school), colleges, and universities must be submitted with your application. To be official, each copy must bear the original stamp or seal and a signature of a school officer or other authorized official attesting that it is a true copy of the original document. Unofficial photocopies of academic records will not be accepted. All records must be in English. Records from any schools attended must be official copies sent directly from the institution to International Undergraduate Admissions at:
International Undergraduate Admissions
Utah State University
9545 Old Main Mill
Logan, Utah 84322-9545
To verify funding, USU Eastern requires a signed Affidavit of Financial Support form and a current bank statement. A personal bank statement or your sponsor’s bank statement must show that estimated costs can be covered for one academic year.
USU Eastern Undergraduate (12-18 credits)
(Fall & Spring)
|Tuition and Fees* (12 cr)||$2,104||$5,724||$5,724||$11,448||$2,272|
|Intl' Std. Fee||125||125||125||250||125|
Estimated costs are subject to change without notice. The estimated costs are based on regular tuition and fees. Based on your program, there may be additional differential tuition or program fees. These costs may change without prior notice.
* Tuition and fees based on an Associate's Program.
** Living Expenses include shared dorm room, 20 per week meal plan (forecast years have annual increase of 3% starting in summer). USU Eastern Note: No summer housing listed for USUE.
*** Personal Expenses include health insurance, books, transportation, personal expenses (forecasted years have annual increase of 15% for health insurance, 1% for books, 3% for transportation, and 1% for personal expenses starting in summer).
A student begins fall semester, summer enrollment is not required, but summer term classes are available. During the summer term, all students pay in-state tuition rates, so the cost is comparably low. Full-time tuition remains the same from 12 to 18 hours. International students are required to register for a minimum of 12 credit hours each semester, but may take up to 18 at the same tuition cost. All international students are required to pay a one-time International Orientation Fee of $150 in their first semester of attendance. Please note that above costs are estimates. Personal expenses such as travel, clothing, entertainment, or automobiles are additional expenses not figured into this estimate. All international students are required to have adequate medical insurance.
To provide a foundation for academic success, USU requires all undergraduate international students to demonstrate a high level of English language proficiency. The English language proficiency may be demonstrated by meeting one of the following. Students must ask the testing agency to send official exam scores to Utah State University (USU).
- TOEFL* internet-based (iBT) exam score of at least 71. The institution school code for USU is 4857.
- IELTS* overall band score of at least 6.0 with minimum of 5.0 on each subscale.
- SAT Critical Reading score of at least 500 on exams last administered January 2016 or SAT Reading score of at least 27 on exams first administered March 2016.
- ACT English score of at least 18.
- USU's Intensive English Language Institute (IELI)** General placement exam score of at least 146 and a passing score of at least 31 on the IELI Writing Exam.
- Completion of at least 24 credits of post-secondary/university course work taught in the U.S. in English, excluding English as a second language courses. Courses must have been taken at an accredited college/university to be considered for direct admission.
** The IELI placement exam is offered at the beginning of fall, spring, and summer semesters.
Intensive English Programs
Students who do not demonstrate the required English proficiency scores, but are academically qualified, may be considered for admission to the Intensive English Language Institute (IELI) on the Logan campus. If admitted, students complete required English language courses before beginning their academic coursework.
Undergraduate students who believe they demonstrate English language proficiency should complete the English Language Proficiency Appeal form.
Applicants from Australia, Canada (except Quebec Province), New Zealand, United Kingdom, and the United States whose first language is English are exempt from this requirement. Utah State University reserves the right to require proof of English language proficiency from any applicant regardless of their citizenship, if deemed necessary by a university official.
Students are automatically enrolled in the university health insurance program. If you choose to purchase health insurance on your own it must meet university health insurance standards and you are responsible to complete the waiver process.
Transfer credit is often available to students with previous university level study. If a student brings an official English-translated copy of their transcript, it may be mailed to one of several companies within the U.S. that evaluate international credits. These companies charge a fee for this service. When the evaluation is returned to USU Eastern, our records office will determine which credits may be used at USU Eastern. Students transferring credit from within the U.S. can have their transcript evaluated immediately. Additional information may be required for departmental review.
Upon acceptance for admission to USU Eastern, a student will receive an official letter of acceptance and a Certificate of Eligibility Form I-20 from the college. Students must take the form to the nearest United States Embassy or Consulate to secure a visa. Students also will be required to present supporting documents demonstrating their ability to pay all of their expenses for at least their first year of study in the U.S.
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