A completed International Student Admission Application packet consists of the originals and copies of all of the following documents:
1. APPLICATION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ADMISSION
2. TEST OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (TOEFL)
College Level (minimum score)
Intensive English Program
197 or higher
Recommended to have at least 117 or higher
530 or higher
Recommended to have at least 430 or higher
71 or higher
Recommended to have at least 39 or higher
TOEFL results MUST be mailed from ETS. A PHOTOCOPY WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Mountain View’s INSTITUTION CODE IS 6438. The departmental code is 00.
A TOEFL score is required for official admission as an International Student, unless you meet one of the following criteria to be excused from the requirement:
3. OFFICIAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS
from each college or university attended inside the United States. A GPA of 2.0 or higher is required for all transfer work. Transfer coursework completed outside of the United States will require a course by course credential evaluation from a DCCCD approved evaluation service.
4. EVIDENCE OF SUFFICIENT SUPPORT FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) regulations require non-immigrant students to verify that they will have the necessary funds available to pay for all educational and living expenses as an F-1 Visa student. Students will need to provide a financial statement with supporting bank documents. All financial and supporting documents must be issued within the last two months.
The following documents are required from the sponsor:
A copy of most recent W-2 form, tax return, or employment verification letter including annual salary (If the sponsor lives in the United States)
5. MEDICAL FORM
International students must provide official written medical proof of freedom from tuberculosis through either a negative Mantoux tuberculin skin test or results of a chest X-ray that was given in the United States within the last year. Out-of-country students must undergo testing for freedom from tuberculosis upon arrival in the United States before registration in classes is allowed. Students must also show proof of vaccination (within the last 5 years) for bacterial meningitis. The colleges of DCCCD dorecommend that all prospective students have adequate immunizations for bacterial meningitis; diphtheria; rubeola, rubella, mumps; tetanus and poliomyelitis (see Texas Department of Health’s Recommended Adult Immunization Schedule) although official report is not required.
6. INTERNATIONAL TRANSFER STUDENTS
must provide copies of:
New students outside the United States must submit copies of these documents upon arrival at the college. Original documents must be presented by both transfer and new students for verification.
HEALTH INSURANCE IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED