When you are ready to apply, you must create an international application account. This will start the process to submit an application. You do not have to complete an application in one sitting. All application documentation must be received by the specified deadline before an admission decision can be made.
Application fees are $50 for programs and $15.00 per certificate.
Admission Deadlines: Fall 2016
The Standard Consideration Deadline for Fall 2016 has passed.
August 28, 2016 is the LAST day to submit an online application for Fall 2016. No applications received after this date will be considered. Supporting admission materials, such as transcripts, financial documents, etc., must be received by September 13, 2016.
Late admission requests will be considered on a case by case basis with priority given to applicants who attended International Orientation on both August 22 & 23, 2016.
Late admission consideration is only available to individuals who are already in the U.S. in valid, F-1 visa status and who complete the additional steps specified in the Late Admission Request procedure (40KB PDF). If admission is not complete before the Fall 2016 semester begins on August 29, applicants must also submit the late admission checklist, which requires instructor signatures to confirm attendance in classes that have already begun.
It is important for online international applications to be completed as quickly as possible, since Fall 2016 course enrollment and orientation events have already begun since April, which means that degree program and course options are becoming increasingly limited. The later a complete application is received, the fewer degree program and course options there will be remaining.
Please note that it is too late for applicants who need to apply for the F-1 visa, since it can take over 3 months to be approved of a change of visa status in the U.S. or to obtain an F-1 interview appointment abroad at a U.S. Embassy. To ensure enough time for the visa application process, applicants who need to apply for the F-1 visa should consider applying for a later semester.
The Fall 2016 semester begins on August 29, 2016.
Once you have completed the application you must submit the I-20 Issuance Required Documents (see checklist items 4, 5 and 6).
Mail documents to Madison College, Attn: International Admissions, 1701 Wright Street, Madison, WI 53714 or email to email@example.com:
- Proof of English Proficiency
- Financial Support Documentation - Proof of ability to support living and tuition expenses during enrolled time at Madison College
- Verification of Identity