EARLY ACTION FALL DEADLINE - DECEMBER 1, 2015
Fall/August Semester – June 1
Spring/January Semester - November 1
Summer/June Semester - April 1
Heidelberg University is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant students. International members of Heidelberg University must follow the United States visa and immigration policies. The visa and immigration information is subject to change at any time. Please keep yourself updated on the Prior to Departure page. All materials must be complete for review. Heidelberg University reserves the right to request further documentation on a case-by-case basis. International Baccalaureate Diploma students are granted sophomore status at Heidelberg!
SAT or ACT scores are not required for undergraduate international applicants.
|Requirement||How to Submit||Additional Details|
|Application Form||Applications are submitted online at the link.||There is no application fee.|
|Official Academic Records
(Secondary School Transcripts)
Request to be sent directly from the school or agency to Heidelberg University at:
See Heidelberg's International Transcript Policy.
Official transcripts NOT requiring a NACES evaluation or from a school within the U.S. must be mailed directly from the school to Heidelberg University.
Official transcripts requiring a NACES evaluation:
|Evidence of Financial Support||Fax to: 419-448-2565
U.S. visa regulations require students to submit documented evidence of the amount of financial support that will be available from personal resources as well as any additional resource.
Please submit at least one of the following:
|Proof of English Language Proficiency||Fax to: 419-448-2565
|Click on the link for additional information. Must have scores from a testing agency or submit proof of admissibility via other suitable forms. Scores must be recent to within one year of the date of application to the University.|
|Passport Photocopy (and visa if you have one)||
Fax to: 419-448-2565
|A valid passport is needed to receive your I-20 form for your visa interview.|
|Visa Transfer Form (if applicable)||Fax to: 419-448-2565
|Applicants currently residing in the United States with an F-1 visa will need to submit this form, which will be enclosed with the application acknowledgement letter. Please inform the International Admissions Office if you are wanting to change from a different visa status to an F-1.|
Please Note: If applicants send any personal information via email (transcripts, copy of passport, etc.), Heidelberg University is not responsible for the security of the information sent.
Visa and Immigration
International members of Heidelberg University must follow the United States' visa and immigration policies. The visa and immigration information is subject to change at any time. Please keep yourself update through the following links.
International Transcript Policy
Heidelberg requires that international undergraduate applicants provide proof of secondary school completion to be enrolled at the university as first year students. We reserve the right to accept or reject transcripts and to ask for additional information if deemed necessary.
Heidelberg acknowledges a NACES approved agency's evaluation as an automatically authenticated transcript submission. Some international undergraduate applicants may be required to have their transcripts processed through a NACES agency.
Application Review and Completion
- Materials will be reviewed by the Heidelberg University Office of Admissions.
- A letter of acceptance is sent to the applicant.
- The applicant pays a $250 enrollment fee (non-refundable).
- The I-20 is sent to the applicant with a packet of information.
- The applicant requests an interview at the United States embassy for visa issuance.
- The applicant notifies International Admissions of the visa decision.
- Review prior to departure information.
- Do not make flight arrangements until a student (F-1) or scholar (J-1) visa has been received.
- Do not enter the United States on a visitor/tourist visa (B-2) unless it is designated “Prospective Student” by the Consular Officer.
- The U.S. Immigration Service rarely authorizes a change in visa status from a B-2 to an F-1 or J-1 visa.