International Students

Admission of International Students

The College of Coastal Georgia values the contributions international students make to our campus community. International students provide the College with a diverse population through which differences in race, ethnicity, religious conviction, and cultural background may be celebrated.

Sam Lasslett - Australia - Class of 2018

“Sometimes it’s hard being so far from home but everyone is so nice here, even strangers. And seeing more of the world, meeting new people, are two of the reasons I’m here.”

International Student Checklist:

Because additional processing time is required, international students should submit the admissions application and all supporting documents at least 90 days prior to the desired semester of enrollment. The College determines admissibility of international applicants only after all required admissions documents have been received. The certificate of eligibility (Form I-20) cannot be forwarded to an international student until after an offer of acceptance has been extended by the College.

  • Application
  • $25 Application Fee
  • Official Translated High School Transcript
  • Immunizations
  • Proof of Language Proficiency
    • TOEFL
      • Paper Exam - 523
      • Computer Exam - 193
    • IBT - 69
    • IELTS - 6
    • SAT
      • Critical Reading - 430
      • Math - 400
    • ACT
      • English - 17
      • Math - 17

Student Visa (F-1) Authorization:

Students will not be issued an I-20 until they have been admitted and the Financial Guarantee and a copy of the student's passport information page have been received. Students under F-1 visa status must be enrolled in a minimum of twelve semester hours per term. The college reserves the right to deny access to programs that, by design, cannot meet the full-time status requirement established by the US Department of Immigration. The college does not guarantee admission into specific programs that have competitive or specific admission requirements above and beyond the college's regular admission requirements. For more information regarding special rules, regulations and student responsibilities, please contact the DSO in the Office of Admission.

Point of Contact for International Admissions

Aerial Dickerson
Associate Director of Admissions
College of Coastal Georgia
Office of Admissions
Phone: (912)279-4514
Fax: (912)262-3072

Office of Admissions

Office of Financial Aid
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