How to Apply - International Undergraduate
Applicants to GU undergraduate programs who require non-immigrant, student visas will be assessed to ensure that they meet the requirements for academics, English language proficiency, and have the financial resources required.
Complete online application
Please read the Growing and Learning Together Lifestyle Statement carefully before submitting.
Submit financial documents
- Submit biological passport page
NOTE: International students graduating from a U.S. high school are not required to submit English verification documents.
Submit official test scores using one of the codes below:
TOEFL – 1256
IELTS – Select Greenville University (GU) from the institution list. Scanned score reports with TRF number can be uploaded through your self-service online application center.
MAILING INSTRUCTIONS FOR SENDING DOCUMENTS TO GU
Tracking your application status
You can check on the status of your application by emailing [email protected].
We receive a large number of applications and materials during the peak admissions period (November-May). Please allow approximately 5 business days from the date we receive your official academic records to enable us to process these documents and match them to your application in our system.
Once you submit your application, you will begin to receive email notifications regarding missing transcripts and other materials required. Make sure to check the email address you provided on the application.
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. Instructions for using Flywire can be found here.
Once your deposit has been received, 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 need to pay your SEVIS fee before this appointment. For more information, visit the Department of Homeland Security website.