Cabrini College welcomes applications for admission from well-qualified students who are citizens of other countries.
How to Apply
Complete your online application to Cabrini College.
Submit your official score report of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). For more information, visit www.toefl.org. Admissions criteria to demonstrate English language proficiency can be met in two ways: · Demonstration of TOEFL scores of 75 or higher or · For applicants who have a TOEFL score of at least 60, a personal or video interview with an evaluation committee composed of Cabrini staff and faculty plus at least one letter of recommendation from a teacher or authority who can speak to the applicant’s English language proficiency.* for International students who do not have a TOEFL score, an oral English Comprehension exam (conducted via Skype interview) will be required and administered by Academic Affairs.
If you took them, submit your SAT or ACT scores directly to Cabrini College(SAT code 2071, ACT code 3532). Now optional! - Test-Optional Admissions Policy For 2017 applicants, Cabrini will accept both the new SAT and the old SAT. We will compare your scores using concordance tables to determine your highest scores on either the new SAT or the old SAT.
Submit official transcripts from your secondary school. Must be translated by members of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Service, Inc. (NACES). For more information, visit www.naces.org.
Submit your personal statement (250+ words, topic of your choice). You may email your personal statement in Word Document or PDF to email@example.com.
Optional: Submit one Letter of Recommendation.
Submit your application fee or fee waiver: Application Fee - Secure Payment TransactionFor questions about the fee waiver, please contact your admissions counselor or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Items 1–6 must be received in order for your application to be completed and reviewed.
Documents may be mailed to:
or emailed to email@example.com.
Financial Support and ScholarshipsAfter a student is accepted and before an I-20 can be issued, proof of financial support is required to show that the student or student's family has the financial resources necessary.
An academic scholarship is available.
Application Timeline Because it may take several weeks before all credentials are received, prospective international students should apply as early as possible:
Admission decisions usually take four to six weeks.
Study Guide to the StatesVisit the newly updated Study Guide to the States, an online, interactive resource to help students and school officials navigate the international student process.
As an F-1 student, you may take online classes, but a maximum of three credit hours may apply to your full-time status fall and spring semester.
This defines as only one 3 credit online course fall and spring semester may count towards your full-time status.
Therefore, undergraduate students who are enrolled in twelve credits must take nine of those credits in regular classroom-taught classes and graduate students who are enrolled in nine credits must take six of those credits in regular classroom-taught classes.
For questions, please contact:
Charles Spencer Director of Transfer Admissions and Alumni Admissions Program 610-902-8556 firstname.lastname@example.org