International Students

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International Students will have to submit a signed statement verifying adequate financial support to the College and may be required to submit TOEFL scores. A demonstration of proficiency in English may also be required.
Admission Requirements

Students seeking to transfer to the College must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0, scale and must provide a document of good standing from prior college indicating that the student is eligible to re-enroll at the last college or university. An official transcript and course descriptions and outlines must be submitted and will be evaluated to determine transfer of credit.


Courses with a grade lower than a ‘C’ will not be considered for transfer. Courses appearing on a student’s transcript which have been transferred from another institution will not be reviewable for transfer. In such an instance the student must provide official documentation from all institutions from which credits are to be considered. A student must successfully complete a minimum of 50% of required courses at HLSCC in order to receive a degree from the College.

How to Apply
1. Check submission deadline dates
2. Submit application
3. Submit official documentation

Current government/legal documentation, (passport, naturalization certificate/card, belongers card) which have a picture and identify residency status

An official copy of high school/college certificate in English

An official copy of School Transcript

4. Pay fees

Pay a non-refundable Application fee of $25.00 USD local and $35.00 USD for international students

In addition to the regular admission requirements, students who have not been actively attending College for 4 consecutive semesters will have to complete a new Application for Admission Form, pay a re-admission fee, and submit any updated academic records.
Dual Enrollment
High School Dual Enrollment: Students enrolled in high school may also qualify for concurrent enrollment at the College. Such students must be seniors and must be recommended by the designated high school official based on their academic performance and potential to benefit from advanced instruction.

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