At St. Francis College, we are proud of the wide variety of cultures and ethnicities that are represented by our student body. Our international students come from all parts of the world to study in Brooklyn, NY, one of the most diverse urban areas in the United States.
Who is an International Student
A student is considered “international” if they are not a citizen or permanent resident of the United States. The term assigned to describe international students by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is called “F-1”, and is used interchangeably to describe both legal status and visa type.
An international student may apply as either a first-time freshman, transfer and graduate student. Transfer and graduate students can apply from home-country or U.S. institution depending on where they completed previous studies.
Deeply committed to expanding the international presence and pool of international students attending SFC, Ana Luiza strives to be of service to all global students looking to begin their journey at St. Francis College.
International Admissions Process
St. Francis College stays commited to incoming international students by operating on rolling admissions basis throughout the year. The application process is simple and completely free of fees. SFC is also available on Common Application.
Please see the requirements for international admissions below:
Ana Luiza Teodoro
International Recruitment Specialist
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