English Proficiency Requirements
Applicants whose native language is not English are required to submit official results from an English proficiency test as part of their application.
Minimum Scores for Admission
6.0 overall band
*First year undergraduate freshmen only
420 on Critical Reading
480 on Evidence-Based Reading and Writing
The following countries are not required to submit an English proficiency test:
|Antigua & Barbuda||Gambia||New Zealand|
|Bahamas||Grenada||Papua New Guinea|
|Barbados||Guyana||St. Kitts and Nevis|
|Bermuda||Jamaica||St. Vincent & Grenadines|
|Canada (except Quebec)||Marshall Islands||Trinidad & Tobago|
Applicants who have previously attended a high school, college or university in the United States for 2 or more years and have earned passing grades in English courses may be exempt from an English proficiency exam.
English Proficiency Placement Examination
During International Student Orientation, all new international undergraduate and graduate students (except those who are exempted) will be tested for English proficiency regardless of their official English proficiency test score.
Depending on their test results, students may be placed into an English for Professional Success (EPS) course that focuses on the student's major field of study.
Undergraduates placed into EPS must take the class and co-requisite lab and will be charged tuition upon registration. Credits in EPS will apply to the undergraduate student’s General Education requirement.
Graduates placed into an EPS course are required to take the class and co-requisite lab and will be charged a fee.