To complete the application process,
B. Affidavit of Support. Please provide an official document or statement from your bank verifying the total amount of personal/family funds, in US dollars, that is available for tuition (personal cost) and educational expenses (books, insurance). All documents must be in English.
we request all of the following documents:
A. International Student Application. The application must be submitted along with a nonrefundable $ 100.00 application fee. Graduate applicants must enclose a copy of their resume along with their application. International Application (Online)
C. Official Transcripts. Undergraduates must submit certified copies of high school transcripts and college transcripts. If the transcript is from a US school, the transcripts must be original and sent directly from the US institution. Graduate candidates must submit certified copies of college transcripts, which include evidence that a baccalaureate degree has been earned. Transcripts must be in their original language and accompanied by a certified English translation. These documents will not be returned to you. They will become part of your official file at Lindenwood University. The cost for the evaluation will be incurred by the applicant. However, once the applicant obtains a visa and arrives at Lindenwood University, the cost of the evaluation will be refunded, provided that the application brings in the receipt for the evaluation service.
Students from an overseas school with earned college level college credits must submit their transcripts and translations to World Evaluation Services (WES) for evaluation. Applicants should contact WES for more information about how to get transcripts evaluated (WES). Make sure to list Lindenwood University as the recipient-otherwise, Lindenwood will not be able to view the progress of your evaluation. WES will also provide a copy of the evaluation directly to the applicant. The applicant should keep this copy for their records.
World Education Services, Inc. (WES)
PO Box 745
Old Chelsea Station
New York, NY 10113-0745, USA
If transfer credit is requested from an overseas school, please submit your transcripts and translations to World Evaluation Services for evaluation. Please see the International Transcript Evaluation page for more information about how to get your transcripts evaluated.
D. Housing Application. All students must submit a housing application and $300.00 housing deposit made payable to Lindenwood University. Campus housing will be assigned upon receipt of the housing application and deposit. Please insure you include your email address on your housing form.
E. Transfer Procedure. If transferring from another university within the United States, forward the transfer paperwork found in the student application to your school's officials for processing. You can use this SEVIS record transfer form.
F. Two Letters of Recommendation. Two letters of recommendation completed by people familiar with your academic ability or employment record are required. Letters from teachers or employment supervisors are preferred. Students applying for graduate business degree programs must provide three (3) letters of recommendation.
G. Personal Statement (Essay). Complete an essay concerning your education plans, for example, your essay may include why you wish to further your education, long-term goals you possess, or a special experience in your life.
H. Official TOEFL Score. For required scores see information here. The Lindenwood University code number is 2428. If you have take the STEP examination, the minimum score required is Grade Pre-1st/
I. Passport. Please provide a clear, readable copy of the identification page of your passport.
J. Insurance. All students should be insured while studying in the United States . Students may carry any health insurance policy they choose, however, Lindenwood University does not provide any insurance for students.
Please send all documents to:
All the steps in the Application Procedures must be completed before Lindenwood will issue an I-20 form. This requirement may be waived in certain instances, as determined by the Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid.