UDC Welcomes International Students
Monday, Wednesday and Friday – SEVIS, I-20, immigration related questions and concerns for undergraduate and graduate students
Tuesday, Thursday – new undergraduate, international applicant questions and concerns
If the following criteria are true for you, then you are in the right place and can apply to UDC as an international student:
- You seek either an Associate degree from UDC’s Community College or a Bachelor’s degree from UDC’s Flagship University.
- You plan to study full time (12 credits per term) the entire time you attend UDC.
- You are a foreign national who holds or intends to hold temporarily, non-immigrant visa/status in the United States of America, such as F-1, H-4, L-2, G-4, etc. (UDC accepts J-1 visas for students at the Community College who are not seeking to earn a degree.)
- Or, you are a “pending” permanent resident in the United States of America. (Your application for permanent resident status to the USCIS is submitted but not yet adjudicated.)
U.S. citizens (including those with dual citizenship), U.S. permanent residents, and asylees or refugees are not considered international applicants. Please refer to the guidelines for first time in college students, transfer students, re-admit students or graduate students.
Take the Next Step, Today!
Use this step-by-step admissions guide to learn more about UDC’s admissions standards and application requirements for international students.