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All international students must pay all fees plus one year’s room, board, and tuition before an I-20 is issued. International students are admitted on a one-year basis. The University refund policy applies to a one-year term.
Fees and tuition may be changed as circumstances warrant and may differ slightly in individual circumstances. Contact the Business Office if you need further information. The payment options are on an individual basis and must be approved by the President or the University Administrators.
The file of an international student must contain the following items:
- All materials as indicated for a new student.
- A letter of financial intent from either a financial institution or an individual who will guarantee full payment of the applicant’s school bill and all living expenses while studying in the United States. The U.S. Department of Justice, through the Student Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP), requires this letter be received prior to the issuance of the I-20 form. A one-time tracking fee must also be paid before the I-20 form is issued.
- Submit the official TOEFL score(s) of the student if he or she is a non-native English speaker. Arrangements can be made to take this test by visiting https://www.ets.org/toefl/.
- If an international student has not taken the TOEFL exam, he or she will be admitted into EUCON’s ESL program. The student will not be admitted into the college program until he or she passes with the required TOEFL score (paper base: 500 and IT base: 63).
After all the above materials are received, the file will be reviewed. Upon acceptance, the applicant will receive the I- 20 form, which is needed to apply for a student visa.
- Every international student must provide the University with his or her first academic year’s tuition, fees, and room and board prior to registration. All who are admitted to the United States on a student visa are required by law to be registered as full-time college students and be enrolled for a minimum of twelve credit hours per semester.
The TIMOTHY and TITUS SCHOLARSHIP program is provided for Christian missionary workers and the children of missionary workers. This work scholarship program is for only full-time students with a class load of at least twelve hours. The Timothy and Titus Scholarship is available for first-time freshman students.
The EUCON WORK SCHOLARSHIP program for financial assistance ranges from a partial scholarship up to a full scholarship. The work scholarship program is for only full-time students with a class load of at least twelve hours. This Scholarship program is available to only second-year students. To qualify for this scholarship program, students must demonstrate high morals, mature Christian character, financial need, and a cumulative GPA of 2.5.
The EUCON Financial Assistance Aid program provides financial assistance to qualifying students on an individual basis. These aids are repaid to the University through various work study programs.The work scholarship programs are based on financial need, as well as other factors determined by the University. Priority is given to the students with the greatest financial need. Under the work scholarship programs, the student’s required work hours are based on the amount of his financial assistance. Work scholarship students may also receive discounts on their tuition, room, and board. The hourly wage is based on the local minimum wage. However, students are not paid in cash. All earned wages are credited to the student’s account.A scholarship student will work part-time hours during the semesters and semester breaks. Areas of student work include but are not limited to the art department, grounds, housekeeping, food service, school office, and ESL teaching and tutoring. Please contact the Admissions Office for applications and further information.