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To be considered for participation in the International House, please check if you meet one of the following criteria:

1) Merit Based Scholarship Recipient: If you are granted one of the merit-based scholarships, your application to the International House will be considered. 

   International Students accepted to participate in the International House program will be eligible for 'Out-of State Tuition Waiver' and 'Housing Scholarship' for one year provided that students meet the criteria to continue in second semester. 

2) International Student Exchange: If you attend one of our partner institutions and have been selected by your home institution to attend JSU, your application to the International House will be considered. You must already have been accepted to JSU as an exchange student. 

    International Exchange Students accepted to participate in the International House program may be eligible for 'Housing Scholarship' for up-to one year. 

3) International Undergraduate- Freshman: If you are regular international students intending to participate in our International House programs, you must meet the following admissions criteria:

  • High School completion with GPA of 2.5/4.0

  • Meet English Proficiency Skills (Test scores as listed on Click Here, Letter from high school authorities may be accepted)

    International Students accepted to participate in the International House program will be eligible for 'Out-of State Tuition Waiver' and 'Housing Scholarship' for one year provided that students meet the criteria to continue in second semester.

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Pertinent information concerning the International House Program and Jacksonville State University:

  1. Out-of State Tuition waiver means student will be paying tuition at In-State tuition rate.
  2. The Scholarship recipient will need funds for transportation to the United States and for the return trip to his/her native country.
  3. Students are responsible for their personal, social expenses and for expenses that are not covered by the scholarship.
  4. With very few exceptions, international students cannot work. There is very little work on campus for international students, so funds for personal expenses will be necessary.
  5. International House members will be expected to spend approximately 5-10 hours per week in forums, seminars, social events, and community groups.

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