Non-immigrant visa holders may attend the college on a full or part-time basis depending on their visa classification. Students who wish to attend the college as an F-1 student are required to apply for full-time study in either the Fall or Spring semesters.
Applications must include the $30 application fee, Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) scores (if applying from their home country), the name and address of a New Jersey contact, and their original secondary school transcripts. If documents are not from an English-speaking country, transcripts must be translated to English and notarized by an official translating agency. Personal translations will not be accepted. Transfer credits earned in institutions of higher learning from foreign countries must be evaluated by a nationally accredited agency such as World Education Services, Inc. or SpanTran: The Evaluation Company, for consideration of advance standing. For a complete listing of accepted services go to: www.naces.org/.
The deadlines for F-1 applicants to submit the International Student Application for Admission, the application fee, an original secondary school transcript, the Agreement of International Financial Support, TOEFL scores and transcripts are July 1 for the Fall Semester and November 1 for the Spring Semester.
The minimum score accepted on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Internet-based test is 32.
The Agreement of International Financial Support form can be found online at International Forms and Documents on the college's website. County College of Morris requires an F-1 applicant to name a New Jersey contact on the County College of Morris Agreement of International Financial Support, even if the applicant will be self-supporting or will be sponsored from abroad. The deadline to submit a completed Agreement of International Financial Support with the supporting financial documentation is July 1 for the Fall Semester and November 1 for the Spring Semester.
F-1 visa applicants transferring from a college or university located in the United States must also submit a copy of their I-20 AB and a Foreign Student Advisor Report by July 1 for the Fall Semester or by November 1 for the Spring Semester. In addition, international students must notify their previous college to release their I-20 AB in the SEVIS database system to County College of Morris.
The I-20 AB (Certificate of Eligibility) will be sent to the accepted student’s New Jersey contact upon receipt of the Agreement of International Financial Support with the supporting documentation. Note: all F, H2, H3 and J visa holders will be charged the out-of-state tuition rate. E, G, H1, H4, I and L visa holders will be charged the appropriate in-county or out-of-county tuition if the 12-month residency requirement has been met.