International Students

MWCC International Student, Luis Ayisi

Thank you for considering international studies at Mount Wachusett Community College (MWCC) as your choice for undergraduate study in America. MWCC offers quality education, convenience, small class sizes and all the support you need to be successful. Students have come to study at MWCC from many different countries around the world such as Brazil, Kenya, Tanzania, China, The Gambia, Korea, Columbia, Argentina, Poland, Equador, France, Greece, Vietnam, El Salvador, Laos, Zimbabwe, Peru, Sri Lanka, Russia, Thailand, Haiti, Turkey, Pakistan, Mexico, Malaysia, Jamaica, Bahamas, Jordan and India.
International Student Application

How to Apply

The following credentials are required of all international applicants:

  • Complete International Student Admission Application
  • Official copy of secondary/high school record, indicating grades earned with certified translations of any non-English records. Applicants must have these documents translated and evaluated to U.S. standards through a NACES-recognized credential evaluating agency.
  • Official copies of all college/university coursework, indicating grades earned with the official explanation of grading system. If completed outside of the U.S., applicants must have these documents translated and evaluated to U.S. standards through a NACES-recognized credential evaluating agency.
  • Completed Affidavit of Support and Financial Statement with accompanying evidence required for each funding source.
  • Transfer applicants only: A completed “Transfer of I-20 Authorization Form” signed by your current college/university and current transcript indicating the completed course and those in progress.
  • Copy of your passport, current Visa (if applicable) and I-94
  • Official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Score Report or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Score Report. This is required of all international applicants who are citizens of a country that does not have English as its primary language and who have not satisfactorily completed one semester of English at a U.S. college or university.

All documents must be submitted in English. If the credentials must be translated, the original copy (or a certified copy of the original) must be submitted along with the translation. All transcripts must be officially certified and sent directly by the educational institution or certified by the appropriate embassy. Photocopies will not be accepted.

Avoid Delays

To avoid delays in processing your application, please:

  • Complete all items required in legible handwriting.
  • Make sure the name on your application matches the names on your transcripts.
  • Provide all required documentation prior to the deadline.

Application Deadlines

  • May 15 for Fall (September) admission
  • September 15 for Spring (January) admission