International Graduate Students

Come to the United States to advance your knowledge

Step 1

Fill Out a Free Application

Your app fee is on us. We know that every little bit counts. We know how expensive it’s become to visit schools and decide whether or not they’re the right fit for you. So there’s no more application fee at Keuka College.

We offer rolling admission for freshmen and transfers applying for a seat in our occupational therapy program. No separate application is required. Applications are reviewed on a first-come, first-serve basis. The occupational therapy program has limited space available for transfer students. The College does not permit the deferment of OT acceptances to another semester.

There is no application deadline for other Keuka College programs.

Step 2

Knock Our Socks Off

Aside from a completed application, you’ll also need to send us a few other things before we can review your folder for admission. These are:

  • Current Résumé: Show us what your professional and educational experiences have been.
  • Official Transcript with GPA: You must submit an official transcript, in English, from every college and university you've attended.
  • A Letter of Recommendation: This can come from a teacher, counselor, principal, coach, minister, etc. We require at least one, but you’re welcome to send more. (Not required for transfer students.)
  • Personal Statement: This can be a one-page essay to share more about yourself with the admissions review committee.
  • English Test Scores: TOEFL or IELTS scores are required (minimum 69 TOEFL IBT and 5.5 IELTS) for all international applicants whose educational instruction was not in English. If your English language scores do not meet our requirement, you may be considered for our summer English as a Second Language program.
  • Copy of Your Passport: Plus submit a copy of the identification page of your passport. It must be within six months of its expiration date.
  • Financial Declaration: All applicants who are citizens of another country must submit evidence of full financial support for all expenses at Keuka College as a condition of being issued an F-1 student visa. More information is available on the Tuition & Fees for International Students page.

Step 3

Get a Scholarship

Your admissions application also serves as an application for financial aid and scholarship opportunities. As soon as all your application materials are received, we'll evaluate you for an academic scholarship. Once your application is received, you may also want to begin looking for additional scholarships from organizations such as EducationUSA.

Step 4

Wait for the Mail. Then? Throw a Party!

Applications for admission are generally reviewed upon receipt of all required application materials, so you should hear from us within 2-3 weeks.

Of course, if you have any questions regarding the application process or the status of your application, just contact us at [email protected] or 1-800-33-KEUKA. We're always happy to help!

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