Below is a list of frequently asked questions for international students. We tried to include as many questions and answers as possible, but if you have a question that you don't see below, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Fall Semester: Late August to mid-December
Winter Semester: Early January to late April
Spring Semester: Early May to late June
Summer Semester: Late June to mid-August
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Please visit the Tuition & Fees section of our website for a complete listing.
Please visit the Financial Aid section of our website for more information.
Please visit the Office of International Programs for more information.
Certain programs require the GMAT or GRE for admission. Under special circumstances the GMAT or GRE may be waived. For more information contact the program coordinator.
For international students the formal deadline for applications is two month prior to the start term.
Fall Semester: Late August
Winter Semester: Early January
Spring Semester: Early May
Summer Semester: Late June
Master of Arts Communication and Digital Media (CDM) - Dr. Robert Drew (989)-964-7495
Master of Business Administration (MBA)-Dr. Jill Wetmore (989)-964-4064
Master of Arts Administrative Science (MAS)- Dr. Joseph Jaksa (989)-964-2178
Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT)-Ellen Herlache (989)-964-2187
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)- Dr. Karen Brown-Fackler (989)-964-2185
Master of Science Health Leadership (MSHL)- Marilyn Skrocki (989)-964-7394
Master of Science Energy and Materials (MEM)-Dr. Robert Tuttle (989)-964-4676
For Graduate Programs in Teaching, Education, Teaching Certification or Endorsement programs contact College of Education Admissions & Certification office for additional information (989)-964-4940
The minimum GPA varies by program. Please visit the link below for a complete list of requirement for your program.
The application process varies depending on whether you are apply as a domestic student or an international student. Please click the appropriate link below for a PDF of the process.
International Application Process (55kB)
The application process usually takes about 3-4 weeks from the date in which all documents are received.
You can check the status of your application 24/7 online through Hobsons Live.
Please visit the Office of International Programs to obtain your I-20.
I-20’s can be issued a maximum of three times.
The Office of International Programs serves as the official center for international students. Please visit their website for additional information.
Yes, student housing is available on campus. Please visit the link below for more information.
TOEFEL scores are valid for 2 years.
Bank statements must be dated within 6 months of your start term, and they must be certified by the bank.