A student who has attended an institution of higher learning (college or university) beyond high school but does not have a completed university degree. Students who have an associate degree and will continue into a U.S. bachelors degree, are also considered transfer students.
Fall 2017 Applicants: All documents required for admission and I-20 issuance are to be submitted to the International Student Office by July 14, 2017 in order to allow adequate time for processing. Due to anticipated long visa processing times, our office will issue I-20’s no later than August 1, 2017. This will allow the student enough time to attend their visa appointment, secure flight arrangements, and arrive at WTAMU on time for registration.
Transfer credit from a U.S. college/university is determined by the Admissions Office through course descriptions and common course codes.
You will need an I-20 form for use in the visa application process. Once you are notified of admission, you will be asked to submit proof of finances for your first year of studies to receive an I-20 form.
The Int’l Student Office will accept proof of financial resources from a variety of sources for issuance of the I-20 form including private funds, university funds, and sponsoring company, agency or government funds.
Sponsoring Company/Agency or Government Funds
Texas Success Initiative (TSI) - Foreign applicants will meet TSI requirements (unless exempt) once they are admitted and arrive on campus.
Athletes - Please be aware there are NCAA requirements that must be met to play sports at WTAMU. Meeting NCAA eligibility is a separate process from the application/admission process. Please work with your coach to apply for and meet NCAA eligibility requirements.
International Student Office
E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone - 806-651-2073
Fax - 806-651-2071