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Admission to undergraduate programs of the University for students other than those who are citizens or permanent residents of the United States requires the submission of all academic records for evaluation, including equivalent high school studies and any attempted college-level course work. Documentation of financial support must be submitted at the time of application for admission. A minimum score of 500 is required on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). All international TOEFL scores must be validated by an institutional TOEFL upon arrival at The University of Toledo. A student who does not achieve 500 on the institutional TOEFL will be referred to the American Language Institute for intensive English study.
Upon acceptance, the appropriate immigration document (Form I-20 or IAP-66) will be issued by the University to the student. Further information may be obtained from the Office of International Services.
Torequest an application package if you are an international undergraduate student or if you are interested in applying to the American Language Institute, please contact:
The University of Toledo, Office of International Services, Toledo, Ohio 43606-3390 phone: (419) 530-1200 fax: (419) 530-1234 e-mail: email@example.com
Office of International Services
The Office of International Services provides admission as well as a variety of other services for international students. The office evaluates all international applications for undergraduate admission, greets new students on arrival and conducts orientation and settling-in programs. Advisers offer assistance with cultural adjustment for new students as well as special programs regarding cross-cultural adjustment for both international and U.S. students. Immigration services also are available to international faculty and staff members needing assistance with immigration concerns. Staff members also assist students in finding suitable housing, provide testing and advising services, offer immigration and general counseling, and provide intensive English instruction through the American Language Institute.
The American Language Institute
The American Language Institute (ALI), a unit of the Office of International Services in the Center for International Studies and Programs, offers intensive language training for students of English as a second language. The curriculum consists of 20 hours of instruction each week, plus 2 hours of supervised laboratory instruction and 3 hours of conversation practice. Class sections have an average of 12 students. All full-time instructors hold advanced degrees in English as a second language or related fields. Students must be at least 17 years old or have completed high school. The ALI admits all students and professionals who wish to increase their English language proficiency.