International Affairs serves as the first point of contact for prospective international students and those desiring more information about Southern Utah University. Complete information and application materials are available online at www.suu.edu/international.
Students who qualify for the final level of the Intensive English Program are eligible for Dual Enrollment. Dual Enrollment allows students to take Intensive English Program level 6 and classes within their major, at the same time. This is a one-semester program, offered fall and spring semesters only.
Please refer to the chart below for English Proficiency minimums for the Dual Enrollment option:
|Dual Enrollment English Proficiency Minimums
||68 - 70
||497 - 524
||Southern Utah University
|Note: Exams must not be over two (2) years old at the time of application. Submitted scores must be an official report (screenshots are not accepted).
Students must provide a copy of the photo page of their passport. As per the U.S. Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services requirements, the student’s name of record will be as shown in the machine-readable section of the passport.
The U.S. Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services requires an international student to show that funds are available for the first year of study, and that adequate funding will also be available for subsequent years. An official document from a banking institution showing the amount of funds available must accompany the International Student Financial Form.
Funding requirements are continually updated; please see www.suu.edu/international/estimated-costs.html for the most current requirements.
Official transcripts (record of courses taken and grades received) from each secondary school, college, or university attended must be sent to email@example.com or:
SUU International Admissions Office
351 W. University Blvd., ST 120
Cedar City, UT 84720
High School Transcripts
Submit official transcripts with the complete list of classes and grades showing completion of the 10th or 11th grade. Transcripts must be submitted on an official school document, which lists the name and address of the school, the dates enrolled, grading systems, description of each subject or examination, and mark or grade earned in each subject or examination.
If a student is a high school student or graduate and hasn’t taken college courses after graduation, high school transcripts must be submitted on an official school document, which lists the name and address of the school, the dates enrolled, grading systems, description of each subject, and mark or grade earned in each subject. Foreign transcripts will be converted to a U.S. 4.0 grade point average (GPA) scale and must meet a 2.0 minimum GPA requirement.
Transferring Government Record (SEVIS)*
*If transferring from within the U.S.
Once all supporting documents have been received, students will be sent a Transfer Clearance Form to complete the SUU International Transfer Student admission process. This form will provide the information necessary for students’ current school to transfer their government record to SUU.