Incoming International Students

Residents of the United States, its territories, dominions and possessions who are not native speakers of English are also required to demonstrate English proficiency through either the TOEFL Examination or the ELS Level 112.

International students seeking admission to Iowa Wesleyan College should submit official high school or college transcripts translated into English and a TOEFL score report. An English-speaking student may submit an ACT or SAT in place of the TOEFL. In order to be considered for admission, an international student must show English proficiency with a minimum score of 500 on the TOEFL, or have completed level 112 from any English Language Service center. The EIKEN STEP test is also permitted in place of the TOEFL for students from Japan.

International Undergraduate Students

Please click here to fill out the online application

Please fill out each of the following:
1. Housing Application
2. Medical History Form (PDF)
3. Affidavit of Support (PDF) with a Bank Statement (showing that you have sufficient funds for one year of study)
Please send the following:
4. A Copy of your Passport

5. Official Copies of Your Secondary or Higher Education Transcripts in Your Native Language
6. Official Copies of Your Secondary or Higher Education Transcripts in English
7. Copies of Your English Proficiency Exam Scores OR Your SAT Scores if you are a Native English Speaker

Please fill out and send the following form in addition to other Undergraduate forms above:
*Transfer-in form (PDF)*

Important Information

English Proficiency Requirements

All students are required to take an English Proficiency Exam whether you are a Native English Speaker, or English is your Second Language to be admitted as an undergraduate student. Below are the minimum requirements for the English Exams that are accepted at Iowa Wesleyan University:

TOEFL (Internet Based) 61 (ibt)
TOEFL (Paper Based) 500 (pbt)
SAT 820
ACT 17

Applying for a Visa (PDF)