This page links to policy and procedural information for students living outside of the United States while taking Andrews University online courses. International students who will be living in the USA kindly contact the Office of the International Students Services and Programs with regards to the requirements needed to study online.
Tip: Clear communication almostinternational always makes rapid responses possible. So, whenever communicating, clearly include your full name, student number, as well as the course abbreviation, code, and title if you are asking about a specific class. Answers to many questions will differ for international students coming to campus, so make it clear that you are living outside the USA while taking classes online.
Graduate Admissions Information - includes information on transcript evaluation options.
Request official transcripts be sent directly from universities previously attended to:
Transcripts submitted by international students will be reviewed by the Credential Evaluation Office, following Andrews University's country-by-country guidelines. When the Credential Evaluation Office is unable to determine the academic level or articulation of transfer credits, applicants will be advised to submit their transcripts to an external validation service.
See country-by-country admission requirements:
Special consideration is also given to undocumented and DACA prospective students.
Do international students living in the US need a visa to study online?
Enrollment, academic, and financial advising, and all other services including accommodations support, tutoring, career counseling, access to libraries, live streaming of on-campus events, and communication networks for distance students are available to all students studying online anywhere in the world with internet access. Learn more throughout the School of Distance Education Student Service webpages.