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THE UNIVERSITY

OF

TOLEDO

A P P L I C A T I O N F O R U N D E R G R A D U AT E A D M I S S I O N F O R I N T E R N AT I O N A L S T U D E N T S

APPLICATION CHECKLIST: Note: All documents must be in English. Certified English translations must accompany documents not available in English.

Completed and signed application for admission

$40 U.S.D. non-refundable application fee

(Do not send cash. Please use International money orders or checks from a bank that is chartered with a U.S. bank only, made payable to The University of Toledo.)

Official transcripts for all course work Official course descriptions or syllabi for transfer applicants

Official letter from your sponsor’s bank verifying sufficient funding

Official International TOEFL (UT’s school code is 1845) / IELTS Score Report (if taken) If you have taken the international TOEFL or the IELTS you must have your official score report forwarded to The University of Toledo. Copy of ID page from passport (if available)

Your admission application also serves as an application for undergraduate international student awards.

To apply for admission return the following materials to:

Office of Undergraduate Admission Mail Stop 338 The University of Toledo 2801 W. Bancroft St. Toledo, OH 43606-3390

APPLICATION FEE The fee is $40 U.S.D. It is non-refundable and is required of all applicants. Do not send cash. The acceptable methods for paying the application fee are either an international money order or a check from a bank in your country that is chartered with a U.S. bank. To make sure that your bank is chartered with a U.S. bank, call the international division of your bank.

DEFINITION OF STUDENTS New International Students – Students who have never attended a college/university after secondary/high school graduation. Students who have taken post-secondary (college) courses while enrolled in high school are considered first-time freshmen. Transfer International Students – Students with post-secondary credit taken after they graduated from secondary high school.

ACADEMIC RECORDS New international student: You must submit official transcripts (from each year) from all secondary/high schools attended. If you have attended a post-secondary college or university while in secondary/high school, you must also provide these official transcripts. Transfer international student: You must submit official transcripts from all post-secondary colleges/universities you have attended. Please submit course syllabi and/or course descriptions of all coursework attempted for the evaluation of transfer credit. Original transcripts or certified true copies of transcripts are considered official. If the official transcripts are not in English, you must submit both the original and an official English translation. U.S. Embassies and U.S. Consulates are sometimes able to certify translations. If you have attended any post-secondary colleges or universities, please submit course syllabi and/or course descriptions for the evaluation of transfer credit.

YOUR NAME ON DOCUMENTS Materials for applicants are filed alphabetically under the family name (surname) as indicated by the applicant on the application form. It is important that you use the same name and spelling on all forms, documents and correspondence. Your name must appear the same on your documents as on your passport. Any changes or variations in names on academic records need to be carefully explained by a cover letter and accompanied by a copy of the identification page of your passport.

TOEFL/IELTS The University of Toledo offers conditional undergraduate admission pending English language proficiency to students who have not met The University of Toledo’s TOEFL/ IELTS requirement. A minimum international TOEFL score of 500 on the paper-based test, a 173 on the computer-based test, or a 61 on the Internet-based test, or a minimum score of 6.0 on the IELTS is required for full time undergraduate registration. Students who have been conditionally admitted will take The University of Toledo’s institutional TOEFL (paper-based test) upon arrival. Students not earning a 500 on the institutional TOEFL will be automatically admitted to the American Language Institute for intensive English language instruction. Students are responsible for having their official score reports submitted to UT by the testing agency.

FINANCIAL DOCUMENTATION Applicants are required to provide supporting documentation to verify adequate funding to pursue studies at UT. Undergraduate applicants must complete Section 3: Financial Information portion of the application. Your sponsor must verify that the minimum amount necessary for tuition, fees and living expenses will be available to you. The estimated amount necessary for one academic year appears in the Financial Information section of the application form.

Apply online u t o l e d o . e d u / a d m i s s i o n / a p p l y


GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR NEW INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

College of Engineering

The average cumulative grade point average (GPA) for first-year students enrolling in the fall 2010 semester was 3.13. Although this average should not be construed as a minimum requirement for admission, it provides

Engineering Science programs • 3.0 GPA • 4 years of high school math (fourth-year emphasis on trigonometry or precalculus) and high school chemistry; high school physics is strongly recommended

an academic benchmark of our currently enrolled student population.

Students not meeting these requirements will be reviewed for the Engineering

See page 3 for transfer student admission requirements.

PROGRAM ADMISSION STANDARDS UT colleges and programs have specific admission criteria that must be met. Programs may have additional criteria not listed here; please check the program’s Web site for the most complete information. Admitted students who do not meet the specific college/program requirements will be admitted as specified below.

Technology programs.

Bioengineering B.S./M.D. program • Recommended 3.8 GPA Contact the bioengineering adviser for details. Engineering Technology programs • 2.4 GPA Information Technology program • 2.4 GPA

In the following charts, GPA requirements are based on final cumulative GPA, not semester GPA.

College of Arts and Sciences • 2.5 GPA Premedical, Predental and Preveterinary program • 3.2 GPA • Recommended 3.8 GPA for Bac/M.D. option. Contact the premed adviser for details. Music program • Audition required (call 419.530.2448 for an appointment)

College of Business Administration Bachelor of Business Administration programs • 2.8 GPA Students not meeting these requirements will be reviewed for the Applied Organizational Technology Associate Degree programs.

Applied Organizational Technology Associate Degree programs • 2.0 GPA Information Technology program • 2.4 GPA Students not meeting these standards but who have above a 2.0 GPA will be reviewed for the AAB CNAD in the College of Business Administration.

Judith Herb College of Education •

2.7 GPA

College of Health Science and Human Service • 2.25 GPA Selective Admission Programs • Students are admitted into the pre-professional programs. • There is a competitive admissions process for the professional programs. College of Nursing All students admitted into the prenursing BSN curriculum with: • 3.0 GPA • Upon completion of the prenursing curriculum, there is a competitive admission process for the professional sequence

College of Pharmacy All students admitted into the preprofessional program with: • 2.5 GPA • Although not required, a 3.0 GPA, and high school chemistry and precalculus are strongly recommended

Contingent admission to the Professional Division is available on a competitive basis. To be considered, the following must be completed in the year preceding fall admission: • Achieve and report by Dec. 1, 2010, a 29 ACT/1300 SAT • 3.75 GPA in a college preparatory high school curriculum • Application postmarked by Dec. 1, 2010

Additional materials may be requested. Final notification of contingent admission status will occur in mid-March.

College of Adult and Lifelong Learning Adult Liberal Studies • 2.0 GPA 25 years of age or older

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GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSFER INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Transfer students: Students with college credit taken after they graduated from high school. Students who took college courses during high school are considered first-time freshmen.

College of Arts and Sciences •

Music program • Audition required (call 419.530.2448 for an appointment)

College of Business Administration Bachelor of Business Administration programs • 2.4 GPA Bachelor of Applied Organizational Technology program • 2.25 GPA • Applied or technical associate degree earned from a regionally accredited institution Applied Organizational Technology Associate Degree programs • 2.0 GPA Information Technology program • 2.4 GPA

Judith Herb College of Education GPA

0 – 29.9

2.3

30 – 59.9

2.5

60+

2.7 (overall and in chosen major)

College of Engineering Transfer students applying to the College of Engineering must declare a major. Engineering Science programs • 2.75 GPA • “C” or better in college calculus equivalent to MATH 1850 and in general chemistry equivalent to CHEM 1230 Students not meeting these requirements will be reviewed for the Engineering

Technology programs.

Engineering Technology programs • 2.0 GPA Information Technology program • 2.4 GPA

Selective Admission Programs • Students are admitted into the pre-professional programs. • There is a competitive admissions process for the professional programs.

All BSN students admitted into prenursing with: • 3.0 GPA • Upon completion of the prenursing curriculum there is a competitive admission process for the professional sequence All RN-BSN students admitted into prenursing with: • 2.5 GPA • Active unencumbered licensure as a registered nurse • Upon completion of the prenursing curriculum, there is a competitive admission process for the professional sequence

College of Pharmacy Students are admitted into prepharmacy with: • 2.7 GPA

Students who are not Ohio residents and/or have completed course work at a non-Ohio institution will be considered on an individual basis. Such applicants with a GPA below 3.0 are rarely considered.

Students are encouraged to apply for fall semester — application materials must be received no later than May 1, 2011, for consideration for summer or fall 2011.

GPA requirements based on transfer hours: Semester Hours

• 2.0 GPA

College of Nursing

2.0 GPA

Premedical, Predental and Preveterinary program • 3.0 GPA

College of Health Science and Human Service

College of Adult and Lifelong Learning Adult Liberal Studies • 2.0 GPA • 25 years of age or older Individualized Programs • 2.0 GPA • 20 semester hours/30 quarter hours of earned college credit

HOUSING University policy requires all first-year students who are not living with a family member within a 50-mile radius of UT to live in a University residence hall and participate in the meal plan program. There are 12 on-campus residence halls. The Horton International House is home to domestic and international men and women. Located in the center of UT’s campus, this seven-level, air-conditioned structure features a cafeteria, glass-enclosed lounge areas, a computer lab, laundry facilities, a multi-purpose room and several areas for cultural displays. A ritual wash room is also provided for students with specific religious practices. Residents of the east wing are not required to participate in the campus meal plan. Instead, they can create their own meals in a kitchen located on their floor. Each kitchen has an adjacent dining room. Students in the east wing also have the option of a 12-month rental contract or may choose the traditional 9-month contract during the academic year.

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To apply for housing, you must complete your housing application online at the housing section of the myUT portal by logging in at myut.utoledo.edu. You must use your UTAD account to sign in, and you receive your UTAD account information once you are admitted. You will need to submit a $40, nonrefundable housing application fee and a $200 housing prepayment. The $240 housing application and prepayment fees are due within five business days of application submission. If payment is not received, your housing application will be cancelled. New students will select their own housing assignment online beginning in May. Look for an e-mail sent to your UT e-mail address with your scheduled selection time in late April. Selection times are based on your date of application. For more information on applying and cancellation refunds, visit the Office of Residence Life Web site at residencelife.utoledo.edu or call 419.530.2941. The Office of International Student Services will assist eligible students interested in living off campus in finding housing upon arrival. However, they cannot make any arrangements prior to students’ arrival. At present, apartment rents range from $300 to over $600 per month; utilities (gas and electric) are generally not included. The University operates a free shuttle bus service to the major apartment complexes for use by students. Although there is public bus transportation in Toledo, both the number of bus routes and the hours of service are limited. Although some students buy used automobiles, this is an expensive option. Bicycles are a more common mode of transport for international students.

ACADEMIC EXPENSES FOR 2010-2011 (subject to change) Undergraduate

American Language Institute

Tuition and Fees

$17,960

$9,960

Living Expenses

$10,794

$9,702

$2,273

$2,273

(On campus)

Medical Insurance Orientation

$50

TOEFL

$25

Total:

$31,102

$25 $21,960

Tuition is based on minimum Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS) enrollment requirement (12 credit hours). Medical insurance coverage is for 12 months.

Dependents: First Dependent

$3,000

Each Additional Dependent $2,000

S C H O L A R S H I P S AND F I N A N C I A L A I D Federal and state funds are not available to international students. The University of Toledo offers two admission awards to qualified international students. You will automatically be considered for all

IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES

of these awards by submitting a completed admission application. A

Application Priority Deadline Undergraduate applicants are advised to apply at least three months prior to the anticipated semester of enrollment. This allows time to make all the arrangements necessary prior to departure, such as obtaining the necessary visas and making travel arrangements. International admission will accept complete applications up to the following priority dates.

completed admission application includes the application for admission

Fall semester: May 1 Spring semester: October 1 Summer semester: March 1

(pages 7-8), all official academic transcripts, the official letter from your sponsor’s bank verifying sufficient funding, your international TOEFL score report (UT’s school code is 1845) or IELTS score report (if taken) and the $40 U.S.D. application fee.

Sister Cities Award The Sister Cities Award is guaranteed to new undergraduate students whose permanent address is within one of the Toledo Sister Cities/Regions

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ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2011-1 2

at the same time as application, including:

Fall Semester Classes Begin Labor Day Veteran’s Day Thanksgiving Break Last Day of Classes Final Examinations Commencement

Toledo, Spain

August 22, 2011 September 5, 2011 November 11, 2011 November 23 - 25, 2011 December 9, 2011 December 12 - 16, 2011 December 17, 2011

Londrina, Brazil

Qinhuangdao, China

Szeged, Hungary

Csongrad, Hungary

Coimbatore, India

Spring Semester Classes Begin Martin Luther King Jr. Day Spring Break Last Day of Classes Final Examinations Commencement

Bekaa Valley, Lebanon

January 9, 2012 January 16, 2012 March 5 - 9, 2012 April 27, 2012 April 30 - May 4, 2012 May 5, 2012

Poznan, Poland

Toyohashi, Japan

Tanga, Tanzania

Delmenhorst, Germany


This award will cover 100 percent of the out-of-state tuition surcharge, valued at $9,120 U.S.D. for the 10-11 academic year. To be eligible for this award, students must be admissible* to the University. Renewal criteria requires maintaining academic eligibility** to attend UT and the successful completion of 30 credit hours each academic year. Students are eligible for this award until they earn an undergraduate degree, but must do so within 15 semesters over a maximum of five consecutive years.

International Student Scholarship The International Student Scholarship is offered to new undergraduate international students who are entering the university as an adult, transfer or directly from high school who have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. The scholarship covers the out of state surcharge, valued at $9,120 U.S.D. for the 10-11 academic year. Students whose native language is not English must have a minimum international TOEFL score of 500 paper based, 173 computer based, or 61 internet based test or a minimum IELTS score of 6.0 and be academically admissible to receive this award. This scholarship is limited to full-time, non-immigrant F1 visa holders. The scholarship is renewable and requires the student to maintain a 3.0 GPA and the successful completion of 30 credit hours during fall and spring semesters. Students are eligible for this award until they earn an undergraduate degree, but must do so within 15 semesters over a maximum of five consecutive years. A completed international undergraduate application for admission, all required transcripts, $40 application fee, and official passing TOEFL or IELTS report must be postmarked by the application priority deadline for the term of application. Students who apply directly to the American Language Institute (ALI) at The University of Toledo and students who meet the academic requirement but are referred to the ALI will be eligible for this award upon the successful completion of the ALI program. This scholarship will not be applied to the out of state fees associated with the ALI. This scholarship can not be combined with other awards offered from the Office of Undergraduate Admission.

AMERICAN LANGUAGE INSTITUTE The American Language Institute (ALI), a unit of the Office of International Student Services, offers intensive language training for students in English as a second language. The curriculum consists of 20 hours of instruction each week, plus 2-3 hours of supervised laboratory instruction. All full-time instructors hold advanced degrees in teaching English as a second language or related fields. Classes average 10 students per section.

P R E PA R AT I O N F O R T R AV E L Passports and Visas – All international students should obtain a passport from their government. Students accepted by UT usually enter the United States on a Student Visa (F-1) or Exchange Visitor Visa (J-1). Information regarding the U.S. Visa application process is located at travel.state.gov/visa. UT sends most students a Certificate of Eligibility, Form I-20, to be used in obtaining the F-1 Student Visa. At the request of a student, the University can also issue the Form DS-2019 to be used in obtaining the J-1 Exchange Visitor Visa. You should take the Form I-20 or the Form DS-2019 to the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate to apply for a student visa. The U.S. Embassy or Consulate will require that you document financial support. We recommend requesting your I-20 be sent by express mail. If admitted, we will send you an I-20 by courier. Cost for this service is $60 U.S.D. (subject to change). If you choose this option, please fill out Section 6 on the application and submit a separate check or money order for $50 U.S.D. made payable to The University of Toledo. This is in addition to the $40 U.S.D. application fee. If we are unable to issue you an I-20, we will correspond through regular mail and hold your payment until we are able to send your I-20, or return your payment to you if an I-20 cannot be issued.

Immunizations – Most countries require travelers to have immunizations. You should ask an officer at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate which immunizations are required. Remember that some immunizations take several weeks to complete.

SEVIS Fee – All international students who apply for an F-1 or J-1 visa must pay the SEVIS (Student & Exchange Visitor Information System) fee prior to the visa application process. Information regarding the payment process will be sent to students at the time their I-20 or DS-2019 is issued.

Academic Year Expenses – Some government agencies or banks may require a statement concerning the cost of a student’s education in the U.S. You may present your I-20 to any authority needing such information.

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MAJORS

Learn more about these majors online at utoledo.edu/admission/majors.asp.

ARTS AND SCIENCES 4-year programs Africana Studies (AFST) American Studies (AMST) Anthropology (ANTH) Art • New Media (NMED) • Ceramics (CERM) • Drawing (DRAW) • Metals (METL) • Painting (PNTG) • Printmaking (PRNT) • Sculpture (SCUL) Art History (ARTH) Asian Studies (ASST) Astronomy (ASTY) Biology • Biological Sciences (BIOS) • Ecology/Organismal (BIOM) • Medical Technology (MEDT) Chemistry (CHEM) • Biochemistry (BCHM)* Communication (COMM) Economics (ECON) English • American Literature (AMLT) • Creative Writing (CRWG) • General Literature (GNLT) • General Writing (GNWG) Environmental Sciences (ENSC) Environmental Studies (ENST) European Studies (EUST) Film/Video (FILM) French (FREN) General Studies (GENS) Geography and Planning (GEOG) • Geographic Information Science (GIS) * • Planning (PLAN) * Geology (GEOL) German (GERM) Global Studies (GLST) History (HIST) Humanities (HUMS) Interdepartmental Studies (INDP) Latin American Studies (LAST) Law and Social Thought (LST) Linguistics (LING) Mathematics • Applied Mathematics (APMT) • Computer Science Math (CSMT) • Pure Mathematics (PURE) • Statistical Math (STAT) • Actuarial Science (ACTU) Medieval and Renaissance Studies (MDRN) Middle Eastern Studies (MES) Music • Guitar (GUIT) • Instrumental Jazz (JZIN) • Jazz and Music Business (JZIV) • Piano (PIAN) • Strings (STRG) • Vocal Jazz (JZVO) • Voice (VOIC) • Wind and Percussion (WPER)

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Philosophy (PHIL) Physics • Applied Physics (APPH) • Astrophysics (ASPH) • Biomedical Physics (BMPH) • Physics (PHYS) Political Science and Public Administration (POLS) • Legal Studies (LEST) * • Public Administration (PBAD) * Predental (PDEN) Prelaw (PLAW) Premedical (PMED) Preveterinary (PVET) Psychology (PSYC) Religious Studies (REL) Sociology (SOCL) Spanish (SPAN) Theatre (THTR) • Design/Tech (DTEC) * • Performance (PERF) * • Theatre Studies (THRT) * Urban Studies (URBN) Women’s and Gender Studies (WMST)

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 4-year programs Accounting (PACC) Electronic Commerce (PEBU) Entrepreneurship (PEFS) Finance (PFIN) Financial Services (PFINS) Human Resource Management (PMGMH) Information Systems (PINF) Information Technology (ITEB)= International Business (PIBU) Marketing (PMKT) Operations Management (POPM) Organizational Leadership and Management (POLM) Professional Sales (PPSL) Supply Chain Management (PSCM) 2-year programs Accounting (ACCT) = Business Management Technology (BMGT) = Computer Network Administration (CNAD) Computer Software Specialist (CSST) = Information Services and Support (ISS) = Legal Secretarial Technology (LSCT) Marketing and Sales Technology (MARS) = Programming and Software Development (PSD) = 2+2 programs Applied Organizational Technology (AOT) = Pre-Business Administration (PREB) Technical Studies (TECS) =

EDUCATION 4- to 5 1/2- year programs Adolescent & Young Adult Education • Earth Science/Chemistry (ECH) • Earth Science/Physics (ESPH) • Earth Science (EASC) • Chemistry (CHES) • Integrated Language Arts (ILA) • Integrated Mathematics (IMA) • Integrated Science (ISCS) • Integrated Social Studies (ISO) • Life Science (LIFS) • Life Science/Chemistry (LCH) • Life Science/Earth Science (LEA) • Life Science/Physics (LPH) • Physical Science/Chemistry (PSC) • Physical Science/Physics (PSP) • Physics (PSPS) Career and Technical Education • Health Careers (CTE) (Licensure only) • Industrial Engineering Systems (CTE) (Licensure only) • Integrated Business (CTE) (Licensure only) Early Childhood Education • Non-licensure option (ECNL) • Pre-kindergarten PreK-3 (ERLY) Intervention Specialist/ Special Education • Mild/Moderate (MMO) • Moderate/Intensive (MOI) • Visually Impaired PreK-12 (VII) Multi-Age Education • French (FRE) • German (GRM) • Spanish (SPN) • Health (HLT) • Music (MUS) • Physical Education (PED) • Visual Arts (VSA) Middle Childhood Education • Mathematics (MTH) • Reading and Language Arts (LAN) • Science (SIN) • Social Studies (SST)

ENGINEERING 4- to 5-year programs Bioengineering (BIOE) Bioengineering/Premed (BIOP) Chemical Engineering (CHME) Civil Engineering (CVLE) Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) Electrical Engineering (ELCE) Mechanical Engineering (MECE)

Computer Science and Engineering Technology (CSET) Construction Engineering Technology (CET) Electrical Engineering Technology (ELCT) Information Technology (ITEC)= Mechanical Engineering Technology (MCHT)

HEALTH SCIENCE AND HUMAN SERVICE 4-year programs Athletic Training (ATH) Community Health (CMH) Criminal Justice (CRIN) Exercise Science (EXSC) • Applied and Clinical Physiology • Biomechanics • Exercise Physiology • Health Promotion and Human Performance • Preoocupational Therapy • Prephysical Therapy • Prephysician Assistant Health-Care Administration (HCAD) = Health Information Administration (HIM) = Paralegal Studies (PLS4) Recreation and Leisure (RLS) Recreational Therapy (RECT) Respiratory Care (PRER) Social Work (PSWK) Speech Language Pathology (SPLA)

NURSING 4-year program BSN (PNGN) RN - BSN (PNRN)

PHARMACY 4-year programs Pharmaceutical Sciences (PREP) • Medicinal & Biological Chemistry • Pharmaceutics • Pharmacology-Toxicology • Pharmacy Administration 6-year program Doctor of Pharmacy Licensure Program (PREP)

COLLEGE OF ADULT AND LIFELONG LEARNING Adult Liberal Studies (LIBR) = Individualized Programs (IDVP) = Consult the colleges for certificate program options. * Optional Concentration = Denotes programs that can be completed online via Distance and eLearning.


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THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO APPLICATION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ADMISSION Please complete both sides of this application and return to the address listed on the back. Include the $40 U.S.D. nonrefundable application fee made payable to The University of Toledo. For accurate processing, please type or print clearly using black ink.

FOR OFFICE USE ONLY – DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE Student ID Number Application fee received

Application for Semester Beginning: Have you ever applied to UT?

Fall (August)

No

Spring (January)

Summer (May)

Yes, Intensive English Program

Year:

Yes, Undergraduate

2 0 Yes, Graduate

Section 1: Biographical Information 1.

Last Name/Family Name

First Name/Personal Name

2. Gender: 4.

5.

6.

Female

Male

3. Date of Birth

Middle Name

1 9

month

day

year

Country of Citizenship

Type of U.S. visa you currently hold or hope to obtain

Country of Birth

Mailing Address

City

Country

State/Province

Postal Code

State/Province

Postal Code

7. Home Country Address (required for issuance of I-20)

City

Country

8.

Telephone Number (include country & city codes)

10.

11.

9.

Fax

E-mail Address

Family E-mail Address

If you are already in the United States, please provide the following address information: 12.

Street Address (in U.S.)

Number

Street Name

Apartment Number

City

Telephone (include area code)

13. Will you apply for university housing?

State

Zip Code

Fax

Yes

No

(University policy requires all first-year students who are not living with a family member within a 50-mile radius of UT to live in a University residence hall and participate in the meal plan program.)

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Section 2: Academic Information 14. What will be your major subject of study? First Choice: Use the three to five character code listed next to (Please see page 6 for major codes.) your preferred major on page 6 of this packet. Second Choice: 15. List names and dates of attendance of all secondary schools, colleges, universities and specialized institutions (including intensive English programs) you have attended or are currently attending. The University of Toledo must have official transcripts of grades for all institutions. Transcripts from international institutions must be officially translated into English. For evaluation purposes, appropriate course syllabi and/or course descriptions and grade key must accompany all international post secondary/university transcripts.

Name of Institution

Location (City/Country)

Secondary/High School

Postsecondary (College, University, Other)

Degree/Diploma or Certificate Received

Attendance From - To

16. Have you been suspended or dismissed from a college or university for academic reasons?

Yes

17. Have you been suspended or dismissed from a college or university for disciplinary reasons?

No

Yes

No

(If “yes” to question 16 or 17, additional documentation is required and will be forwarded to you.)

Section 3: Financial Information (to be completed by the applicant’s sponsor) Please review costs/expenses section on page 4 before signing this section.

Name of Sponsor: Relationship of sponsor to the applicant: Sponsor’s Statement: I hereby certify that I am prepared to assume financial responsibility for the applicant’s expenses while he/she is a student at The University of Toledo. Signature of Sponsor

Date

Section 4: Statement of Academic Integrity (signature required) I certify that the information contained in this application is complete, accurate and true. I understand that any misrepresentation of facts could be cause for refusal of admission, refusal to apply reported transfer work toward degree requirements, revocation of financial aid or dismissal from the University. Signature Date Section 5: I-20 Via Express Mail If you would like your I-20 sent via express mail overseas please sign below and include a separate check or money order for $60 U.S.D. made payable to The University of Toledo. Please see the Passports and Visas section on page 5 for further information. Signature of Applicant ___________________________________________________ Date

The University of Toledo is committed to a policy of equal opportunity in education, employment, membership and contracts, and no differentiation will be made based on race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status or the presence of a disability. The University will take affirmative action as required by federal or state law.

Office of Undergraduate Admission Mail Stop 338 The University of Toledo 2801 W. Bancroft St. Toledo, OH 43606-3390 419.530.1201 or Fax 419.530.1202 internationaladmission@utoledo.edu

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