Our international students bring perspectives and viewpoints that strengthen our campus community.
Applying as an international student
Along with the standard admissions application, international students should plan to send:
- Official transcripts: If you studied in a non-English speaking country, we require a certified translation of your transcripts. For high school transcripts, please also send an explanation of the grading system and course structure at your school. For university transcripts, please use an independent evaluation service for course-by-course evaluations.
- Demonstration of English Language Proficiency: This is required for students whose first language is not English. We may be able to waive this requirement if you can show that your schooling has been in English for at least four years, or you have studied in the U.S. for more than a year. Click here for more information.
International transfer students
If you plan to transfer from another college or university in the United States, your application should include:
- A completed Marlboro transfer certification form
- Copy of your valid immigration document(s)
- Copy of your visa
- Copy of your I-94 form
- Copy of your passport
International student financial aid
We consider every applicant for merit scholarships. These awards can be as much as $16,500 a year. International students are also eligible to hold jobs on campus. Students typically work six to 10 hours a week.
After we review your full application and supporting documents, we will let you know your admissions decision. We ask admitted students to mail us the information requested in the Certification of Finances form. Once we verify this information, we will send you an I-20 form to bring to your visa interview at the U.S. Embassy.