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International Students



As an international student attending college in the United States, many wonderful opportunities and challenges await you! We want to make this process a smooth one. We are happy to talk with you and your family to answer your questions and help you see how LMU can become a part of your future. Please feel free to email or call us to discuss your plans.

To apply to LMU as an International Student:
  • Submit the signed application for admission (include both pages) and the required $25 fee
  • Have your official transcript (if completed outside the United States) evaluated by one of our approved credentialing services (see below). Transcripts from schools within the United States may be sent directly from the school to LMU
  • Submit an official copy of your ACT or SAT scores, or submit your TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) results to the Admissions Office
  • Submit the required statement demonstrating your means of financial support while attending LMU (a notarized bank statement) - Certification of Finances | Affidavit of Support
World Education Services
PO Box 745, Old Chelsea Station
New York, NY 10113-0745
212.966.6311
www.wes.org
Josef Silny & Associates
7101 SW 102 Avenue
Miami, FL 33173
305.273.1616
www.jsilny.com

English Language Institute


Lincoln Memorial University offers an English as a Second Language program through our English Language Institute (ELI). An international student scoring below 500 on the TOEFL may be granted Provisional Admission while enrolled in ELI courses during his/her first academic year at LMU. The international student may also be able to enroll in regular college courses with the recommendation of the Director of ELI. Advanced ELI courses earn academic credit hours toward a degree. The international student should consult the Director of the ELI regarding placement tests, ESL courses, academic advising, and orientation to campus life.

Additional Information


There is a June 1 deadline for international applications for the fall semester. Be sure you include evidence of your family's ability to pay for your education (see above). All the above documentation must be received and admission granted before issuance of an I-20 form, necessary for obtaining a student visa. If you are accepted to LMU, you will receive a letter of acceptance; that letter and the I-20 form furnished by the university must be presented to the Consular Officer of the United States in your home country, to whom you apply for a student visa.

The university will not enroll any student not approved by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) to attend Lincoln Memorial University; the university will not enroll students issued visas for enrollment at other colleges or universities.