|The International Admissions website provides a great deal of relevant information unique to prospective students who are applying from outside the U.S. and/or non-U.S. citizens. However, being an international student is only one piece of the rich perspective you bring to our campus community. Likely you have many questions that extend beyond issues of admission and immigration, and we encourage you to explore the rest of the Messiah College website to find answers. You may want to start with the links below:|
Immigration and International Education Resource Links
Study in the States: The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is launching a new initiative to enhance our nation's economic, scientific and technological competitiveness by finding new, innovative ways to encourage the best and brightest international students to study and remain in the United States. Foreign students bring invaluable contributions to our nation, and the Study in the States initiative is an important step in empowering the next generation of international entrepreneurs right here in America.
EducationUSA: a global network of more than 400 advising centers supported by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State.
ETS: Advancing quality and equity in education for people worldwide by creating assessments based on rigorous research.
College Board: The College Board is driven by a single goal—to ensure that every student has the opportunity to prepare for, enroll in and graduate from college.
EduPass: The SmartStudent Guide to Studying in the U.S.A.–Credential Evaluation Services.
WES: Your portal to trusted, accurate research and intelligence about foreign academic credentials, institutions and trends.
Pages in International Students
- International Students
- Steps to Apply
- Admissions Criteria
- Costs & Aid
- Visas and Immigration
- Accepted Students
- Glossary and Common Questions
- You are here: Helpful Links
- See & Hear
- For Parents
- Alumni Profiles
- International home-schooled students
- International Transfer Students
- MKs, TCKs and other U.S. Citizens Abroad
- Hear from current students