Earn a GU Degree - Learn English at University Pathways
Admissions - University Pathways
Students must have at least 3 years, or 6 semesters, worth of high school credits completed before they can apply and their file can be reviewed for acceptance.
Submit the online application and read the Growing and Learning Together Lifestyle Statement carefully before submitting.
Send sealed, official transcripts from your high school/secondary school as well as transcripts for ALL college or post-secondary classes.
Submit the completed Certification of Finances along with supporting bank statements and sponsor’s information. (This will be provided once we receive your application.)
After passing the VISA interview, the student will be required to provide a photograph for use on a student ID card. Additionally, a HIPAA waiver will be mailed to the student and must be signed prior to the first day of class.
You will be asked to provide a 300 USD deposit/fee to secure your place at Greenville, 200 USD will be applied to your semester tuition bill, and 100 USD is the Immigration Document Mailing fee. The deposit is payable by check, credit card, money order, or wire transfer via Flywire.
Once we receive your deposit, the International Admissions Counselor will issue an I-20 for you to schedule an appointment with the US Embassy to apply for a visa. You will also need to pay your SEVIS fee before this appointment. For more information, visit the Department of Homeland Security website. [https://www.fmjfee.com/i901fee/desktop/index.jsp]
Once you have been accepted into the University Pathways program, we will mail you the materials needed from Greenville University for your visa interview. Please communicate with your admission Counselor on your visa application status. Once you have passed your Visa interview, email us at [email protected] about arrival dates, flight details, etc. Please do this BEFORE booking a flight.
Greenville University will provide a target arrival date. You should make every effort to arrive at Lambert International Airport in St. Louis, Missouri on that date. Be sure to communicate your flight information so that transportation arrangements can be made. At the airport, a staff member will meet you and begin orientation. Orientation consists of taking time to adjust to jet lag, setting up your bank account, obtaining a phone, learning to find your way on campus and in the city of Greenville, learning important information about the local culture and U.S. laws, meeting the professors and administration, bonding with your classmates, and participating in many fun and entertaining activities.