Welcome International Students!
Casper College has students from over 24 countries outside the United States including Afghanistan, Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, England, Haiti, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Kenya, Latvia, Macedonia, Mexico, New Zealand, Nigeria, Philippines, Poland, Serbia Montenegro, Sweden, Thailand, Venezuela, Viet Nam and Zambia. The college has an International Students Club which promotes friendships based on mutual understanding and respect for cultural exchange.
- Steps to Casper College Admission
- Budget Information
- Health Insurance
- Orientation for International Students
|NOTE: All international student applications must be received and student admitted to Casper College two months prior to the start date of the new semester. Casper College is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant students.
- Complete and submit the following form: Admission - International Students
- Submit TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) scores:
- a score of 500 or more (paper/pencil version) or
- 173 or more (computer version) or
- a 61 or more on the internet based test (IBT) is required for admittance
- Use Casper College's school code 4043 to have your scores sent directly to us.
- Submit transcripts verifying the equivalent of a high school diploma or leaving certificate. Also submit all college transcripts, if you have attended college elsewhere. All transcripts must be translated into English by a translating service.
- Submit your record of MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) immunization.
You must show proof of having been immunized for all three of these illnesses, not just one. Our Student Health Office prefers that you have received the combination vaccine where you were immunized for all three illnesses with one shot rather than getting separate vaccines for each illness.
- Complete the financial statement and have a bank official verify the information and sign the form.
- Provide proof of health insurance that is honored in the United States.
- A deposit of $200 which is a housing damage deposit must be paid in full before you will be assigned on-campus housing. The best method for paying this deposit is by using a credit card. If for some reason you do not attend Casper College, the deposit will be refunded.
After all documents are on file at Casper College, you will be issued an I-20 which will give you F1 status as a student.
Contact the U.S. embassy or consulate in your country of citizenship for an appointment to apply for a visa that will admit you to the Untied States.
We look forward to receiving your application!
Standard Budget Information for International Students
All figures are approximate and subject to change.
Academic Year ( 9 months)
- Tuition & Fees $6,624
- Books & Supplies $1,200
- Room & Board (on campus housing, double occupancy, 19 meals per week) $6,294
- Housing Deposit $200
- Personal/Miscellaneous $2,500
- Health Insurance $900*
*This is an estimated cost for what you might spend if you purchase a policy here in the United States. If you have insurance that is accepted in the U.S. you do not need to purchase a new policy, you will need to submit proof to Casper College that your current insurance will work in the United States.
- Total $17,718
* These figures are best estimates and subject to change; they do not include transportation to and from the United States.
Students planning to attend summer school will need to make housing arrangements. Summer school tuition is the same as fall and spring semesters.
International students are not eligible for any of the student financial programs funded by the US Government. They may be considered for Casper College scholarships after successful completion of at least one semester at Casper College.
International students at Casper College are not eligible for off-campus employment. Casper College expects that all students studying in the U.S. will have appropriate funding for the duration of their stay.
Health Insurance information for International Students
When you enter college in a country other than your own for the first time, there are many things that are new, confusing and overwhelming. Casper College wants to help you understand and work with our customs and laws. One of the more confusing things you may have to deal with in this country is health care.
Health care in the United States is completely different than most other countries. Physicians do not work for the government. Everyone has to pay for their own health care and insurance. There is no government insurance policy or program for people who are sick or injured. Medical costs in the U.S. are very high compared with many other countries. Consequently, having adequate health insurance in the U.S. is extremely important.
Casper College requires all international students to carry some form of health insurance. If you have health insurance in your home country and if that insurance will cover health care expenses in the United States, it is acceptable to present documentation of this insurance. If you do not have insurance that is accepted in the U.S. you will need to purchase a policy that is. If you need help finding a company to purchase insurance through, the International Admissions personnel can direct you to a couple different companies that you can check out and compare policies.
Estimated Cost for Health Insurance for a student in the U.S. for 2015-2016 is $900.
You must purchase a policy here in the United States or show proof of insurance honored in the U.S. to the Enrollment Services Office, Gateway Building 3rd floor, by the end of the second week (Friday) of your first semester. You will be considered "out of status" if you do not comply with proof of insurance by this date.
All new students are required to attend New Student Orientation. This will give you an opportunity to meet the staff in our student services departments that can help you. You will also meet the other students on campus.
Orientation for FALL 2015 is August 21, 2015.
Check-in for the morning session starts at 8:00 AM at Erickson Thunderbird Gymnasium. Students will be served breakfast. The morning session will run until noon. The afternoon session starts at 12:30 PM with check-in at Erickson Thunderbird Gymnasium, lunch will be served. Orientation will run until 4:00 PM. Please let us know if you would like to attend the morning or afternoon session by filling out the RSVP form.
RSVP Coming Soon!
For those international students living on-campus in the Residence Hall:
The Residence Hall will be open for new students to move in Thursday, August 20, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. If you need to make arrangements to move in at a different time, please let the International Admissions personnel know so they can get you in touch with the Housing Department to make these arrangements. Please note there is a mandatory meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 20, 2015 in Krampert Theatre for all students living in the Residence Hall.
Classes begin Monday, August 24, 2015.