Foreign nationals who apply while physically in the United States (visitors and transfer students from U.S. schools) must also comply with item 11. Immigration documents (including all past I-20s, I-94, Visa, Transfer Form).
All necessary documents and fees must be submitted by the deadlines, depending upon which semester you wish to enroll.
Original or certified copies of transcripts are required for admission and must be submitted with the application. Transcripts must list the courses/classes title, dates taken and grades received. All transcripts submitted must be in English or translated in English.
Graduate students applying to the following graduate programs with foreign undergraduate degrees or credits are required to submit an international transcript evaluation. Students must submit their transcripts to WES (World Education Services) www.wes.org or ECE www.ece.org for an official international academic credential evaluation – even if the original transcript is in English – and then submit the original and WES evaluated transcript to Fontbonne for transfer review.
Fontbonne can accept transfer credits from foreign institutions. ALL international students attempting to transfer credits must first submit their transcripts to WES (World Education Services) www.wes.org or ECE www.ece.org for an official international academic credential evaluation – even if the original transcript is in English – and then submit the original and WES evaluated transcript to Fontbonne for transfer review.
Fontbonne can accept transfer credits from U.S. institutions. International students attempting to transfer credits from a U.S. insitution must request an original transcript be sent from all institutions attended in the U.S. Original transcripts must be sent directly from the institution to Fontbonne University, documents delivered by the student will not be accepted.
|Art/Fine Arts||At discretion of department|
|All other programs||80ibt||6.5||N/A||Advanced||48||Pre1|
|Program||Cumulative GPA Requirement|
|College of Education & Allied Health Professions|
|Early Intervention in Deaf Education||3.0|
|Family & Consumer Sciences||3.0|
|College of Global Business & Professional Studies|
|Management and Leadership||2.5|
|Supply Chain Management||2.5|
|College of Arts & Sciences|
|Art||Background & Portfolio based|
|Fine Arts||Background & Portfolio based|
|Instructional Design & Technology||3.0|
The Eckelkamp College of Global Business and Professional Studies (Business programs only) offers conditional admission, on a case-by-case basis, for students who do not meet the language requirements. Conditionally admitted students will enroll as Intensive English Program students until meeting the required language score for admission into the graduate programs. Students CANNOT dually enroll in IEP courses and graduate academic courses.
International students applying for graduate programs must submit proof of financial support to cover at least one year of study at Fontbonne University, click here to view current tuition rates and fees.
Students applying for study at Fontbonne University must show adequate financial resources to cover tuition and expenses for at least the first year of study (estimated total finances required above). IMPORTANT: a letter of financial support is required if the bank statement is not in the student’s name, for example, if the parent’s bank statement is submitted, then they must write a letter of financial support**(Statement of Financial Support).
Fontbonne offers international students three options to pay the international student application fee:
Your admission to Fontbonne University will be confirmed when you receive an official letter of admission from the International Center. If you have questions regarding your application, please contact the International Center at (314) 889-4509 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Students who wish to defer a confirmed admission to a future semester must contact the Office of International Affairs at email@example.com to REQUEST a deferral. Updated documents or information regarding the deferral may be requested. Students may be responsible for shipping costs.
Questions? We can help you find the answers. Contact our Office of International Affairs: +1 (314) 889-4509 | firstname.lastname@example.org