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Park University willingly accepts transfer of credit from Foreign Credentials. The transfer of credit is facilitated between the student and Park University by the ISS Office. We require an official transcript from the foreign institution, a translation if the transcript is in a language other than English, and a Foreign Credential Evaluation Report (FCE).
International Student Admission
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- The student needs to do the on-line application and not the quick application (Only F-1 Visa Holders pay a $75 application fee. Everyone else pays $25)
- The following information is required when the International Student Services office (ISS) reviews an international student’s admission profile:
- E-mail address and phone number;
- Country of birth;
- Country of citizenship;
- Classification as an International student;
- VISA information;
- Educational background and history.
- Once the student has applied, and made contact, please forward by email the student information and ID number, if the application has the following marked or if the student has given the following information:
- International citizenship (Permanent Residents are still citizens of another country until they become US citizens/passport holders)
- Resident Alien
- VISA holder
- International birthplace
- International education
Permanent Resident and US Citizen Born Overseas
- For verification purposes, all US citizens born overseas and Permanent Residents should be directed to the ISS.
- The student is required to submit the necessary document/s for ISS review. Once a student has made contact with the campus center, ISS should be notified.
- An admission and registration HOLD will be put on student’s account pending receipt of the necessary documents.
- US Citizen born overseas: Color Copy of the US passport, or Certificate of Neutralization, or Certificate of Citizenship, or Certificate of Birth Abroad
Foreign Nationals cannot be enrolled and/or matriculated into the School for Extended Learning except under the following conditions:
- Resident Aliens (or Permanent Residents): the Resident Alien Card must be kept on file. (Please scan in color the front and back of the PR card under document type Permanent Resident. Faxed copies are not accepted).
- Visiting Students: International Students enrolled full time at another institution may take classes at the School for Extended Learning. These students however, must submit the following:
- A Visiting Student form signed by the International Student Advisor at their host school permitting them to take the desired courses. The International Student Services Office (ISS) needs to be notified upon receipt of the form in order for a review of the document. A visiting student form must be submitted for each term of enrollment and kept on file at the campus the student wishes to attend and must be reviewed by the ISS each term. A HOLD will be placed on the student account upon enrollment in the desired session.
- A copy of the current I-20
- A copy of the passport, VISA and I-94
- F1 students transferring from American institutions:
- The ISS should be contacted upon first contact with the student.
- An email will be sent from the ISS requesting the following documents to be collected from an F-1 transfer student:
- Completed On-line Application
- College Transcript/s
- Supporting Bank Statement
- Affidavit of Support Form
- Copy of I-20
- International Student Transfer Form (filled out by the student and signed by the international student advisor/DSO at the current US school)
- Color Copy of Passport, Visa and I-94
- Application Fee--$75 (F-1 Visa Holder)
- All documents should be submitted to ISS Office.
- Upon the receipt and review of all necessary documents for F-1 admission, a clearance email will be sent to the campus center.
- The student will receive a new I-20 from Park ISS after being admitted, which ISS will mail directly to the student.
- F1 students have a minimum enrollment requirement enforced by DHS of 12 semester hours per 16-week academic semester (6 hours per 8-week session), so once an F1 student has been cleared by the ISS, please confirm the student's full-time enrollment and alert the ISS immediately to any withdrawals or change to "full-time" enrollment status.
- Military Personnel: Some military personnel have diplomatic visas which will permit them to enroll for a limited number of classes. These decisions will be made on a case by case basis. Contact the International Student Office at 816-741-2000, extension 6820.