Helpful Information

  • English Proficiency Examinations

  • Transfer Credit for University/College-Level Coursework

  • Guide to University Study in the United States

  • ACT and SAT Examinations

    • Important note: The ACT and SAT examinations are not required for all international applicants
      • However, they are required for students interested in participating in NCAA athletics
    • ACT Test
      • ACT Universal Testing
      • PO Box 4028
        Iowa City, IA 52243-4028 USA
        • Telephone: 319-337-1448
        • Fax: 319-337-1285
      • Office hours: Monday - Friday
        • 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Central Time
    • SAT I - Reasoning Test
      • College Board - SAT Program
      • PO Box 6200
        Princeton, NJ 08541-6200 USA
        • Telephone: 609-771-7600
        • Fax: 609-771-1426
      • Office hours: Monday - Friday
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          • 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. Eastern Time
  • International Athletes

    • In addition to the required SAT or ACT examination, international applicants interested in participating in NCAA athletics must also register with the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse
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        • Instructions and forms for this procedure can be found here(Link Broken-11/7/08).
  • Financial Information and Scholarships

    • See the current tuition rates.
      • However, these do not include all expenses incurred during a one-year period
        • Please see the Affidavit of Sponsor Form for all expenses, including tuition, fees, room and board, health insurance, books and other expenses that you will incur during a one-year period at Newman University
          • This amount excludes any scholarships that you may receive
    • All undergraduate international students who are accepted for admission will receive scholarships
      • Scholarships can range from US $5,000 to $9,750 annually and are determined by applicants' previous academic performance
  • United States Embassies and Consulates

  • Important Information for Accepted Students

    • Please review our Important Information enclosed with your I-20 priorto your arrival in the United States
      • It will help you with important deadlines, items you should bring with you, what to expect with your classes and more important information that will assist you in the transition of studying in the United States
  • Campus Housing and Residence Life Information

    • University policy requires all students under the age of 21 to live in campus housing
      • (excluding Hilary Hall)
    • Students may be given exemption if they are over the age of 21
      • live with a parent or legal guardian
      • are enrolled part-time in classes
      • are married
      • or are a veteran who has served a full tour of duty

For more information regarding the Residence Halls and campus policies, visit Residence Life.