Cape Cod Community College is open to students from countries other than the United States of America, provided the student shows promise of profiting from the educational opportunities and experience in the U.S. and at this College.
Ready to apply? Use our International Application Packet
You are considered an international student applicant if you are not:
- A U.S. Citizen or U.S. Permanent Resident/Immigrant (hold a green card)
- A Refugee in the U.S. under political asylum
- In the process of legally pursuing a green card and provide proper documentation of your pending status
Application Procedures and Eligibility
To be eligible for admission to a degree at Cape Cod Community College, an international applicant must meet the following criteria and complete the application in its entirety. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed for admission.
Note: For the Dental Hygiene and Nursing programs, additional procedures apply.
- Completed Cape Cod Community College admissions application
- Completed International Student Admission Application
- Home Country Address Form
- Notarized official high school courses transcript or foreign equivalent, submitted as originals OR certified copies. If documents are not in English, an official translation must be submitted along with your documents. Foreign documents must be evaluated and translated by a US evaluation company like the Center for Educational Documentation (CED) www.cedevaluations.com or World Education Services (WES): www.wes.org or Spantran: Spantran pathways- Cape Cod CC (Offers discounted services)
- If English is not your first language, then official TOEFL scores www.ets.org/toefl
- Copy of your current I-20, as well as any previous I-20s issued to you, if applicable
- Copy of your current visa and I-94 card, as well as any extensions or previous changes of visa status since your last entry into the United States
- Official Certification of Finances Form
- Official Bank Letter verifying funds available. The amount must be a minimum of $28,100USD. The bank must certify funds in US dollars.
- A Notarized Affidavit of Support From must be submitted stating that your Sponsor(s) will be responsible for your educational and living expenses for the duration of your studies at Cape Cod Community College. Your sponsor's official bank statement, dated within 6 months, must also be submitted.
- Completed Physicians Immunization Verification Form
- Copy of Passport
- If you are transferring from another US institution, you must submit a completed International Student Transfer Report.
Form I-20 and F-1 Visa Information
The I-20 form will be processed by the Cape Cod Community College Director of Admissions for accepted students only. The I-20 form will be sent via postal mail to the mailing address listed on the CCCC Admissions Application. CCCC does not issue the F-1 student visa.
Cape Cod Community College students on an F-1 visa must be enrolled full-time with 12 or more credits per semester.
International Student Application Deadlines
- Fall Entry: June 1
- Spring Entry: December 1