Undergraduate International Admission

HOW TO APPLY

Step One: Complete Application for Admission

Complete an application for admission online or complete the PDF here and email it to us.

Applicants for undergraduate study are advised to apply at least 3 months prior to the anticipated term of enrollment. This allows for time to make all the arrangements necessary prior to departure (i.e. obtain the necessary visa and make travel arrangements). Our priority dates are:

  • Fall Semester - July 1
  • Spring Semester - November 1
  • Summer Sessions - April 1

Step Two: Mail Official Transcripts

Freshman international students: You must mail official transcripts (from each year) from all secondary/high schools attended. If you have attended a post-secondary college or university while in secondary/high school, you must also provide these official transcripts.

Transfer international students: You must mail official transcripts from all post-secondary colleges/universities you have attended. Please submit course syllabi and/or course descriptions of all coursework attempted for the evaluation of transfer credit.

Original transcripts or certified true copies of transcripts are considered official. If the official transcripts are not in English, you must submit both the original and an official English translation. U.S. Embassies and U.S. Consulates are sometimes able to certify translations.

If you have attended any post-secondary colleges or universities, please submit course syllabi and/or course descriptions for the evaluation of transfer credit.

Step 3: Demonstrate Proof of English Language Proficiency

All undergraduate international applicants to the University of Toledo for whom English is a non-native language must provide proof of English language proficiency to be eligible for full-time undergraduate registration. Please review the English language proficiency page for a list of tests that satisfy this requirement.

Step 4: Financial Documentation

Applicants are required to provide supporting documentation to verify adequate funding to pursue studies at UT. Your sponsor must verify that the minimum amount necessary for tuition, fees and living expenses will be available to you. A sponsor confirmation letter will be required if there is no relation between the name on the bank letter and the applicants. 

Step 5: Mail Your Documents to the Office of International Admission

The University of Toledo
Mail Stop 132
Office of International Admission
2801 W. Bancroft St.
Toledo, OH 43606

Last Updated: 2/14/17