Review application deadlines and required documents, then begin your application now online.
|Quarter||Fall 2017||Winter 2018||Spring 2018||Summer 2018||Fall 2018|
|Application Deadline||Aug. 4||Nov. 22||Feb. 20||May 28||Aug. 3|
|Orientation||Sept. 12||Dec. 27||Mar. 27||June 26||Sep. 11|
|First day of classes||Sept. 18||Jan. 2||Apr. 2||July 2||Sep. 17|
|Last day of classes||Dec. 1||Mar. 17||June 12||Aug. 23||Dec. 3|
U.S. schools are legally required to verify funding information before issuing an I-20. Please submit a bank letter or balance statement issued within the last 6 months showing that there is a minimum balance of $19,498 to fund your tuition and living expenses for at least the first year.
If you are a sponsored student (example: you will have a scholarship from your country's government), you can provide a support letter from your sponsor that states the amount of financial support and dates of award. The financial documents must be in English and clearly state your name and details about the sponsorship.
2. A copy of your passport photo page
3. Transcripts and academic records
If you would like to transfer credits from another college or university to SPSCC, you must submit official copies of college transcripts. If you are applying to the International High School Completion Dual Degree Program, you must submit your official academic high school records.
4. TOEFL or IELTS score report (optional)
There is no English test requirement for admission to SPSCC. You may enter into the Intensive English Program without scores. For entry into academic classes, SPSCC requires a minimum TOEFL score of 61/173/500 or IELTS score of 5.5.
Students already studying in the U.S. must complete the Transfer Verification Form and submit it along with a copy of your Student Visa and I-20.
Students under the age of 18 must complete and submit the Minor Release Forms.