Be Part of Our Global Village:
It’s a big world out there! Now more than ever it is imperative that the professional of the 21st century acquire the tools attained only by a quality education, a cross-cultural experience, and an understanding of our global community.
Albertus Magnus College is strategically located in the dynamic cosmopolitan heart of the United States. With a rich academic heritage in the Dominican Tradition, Albertus is committed to the search for truth in all its dimensions through practical application, while responding to the academic needs and ethical challenges faced by our students and our global village.
As part of our mission, we are dedicated to building peace. We are not to be divided by our differences, but rather we celebrate the richness provided by our diversity. We encourage you to be part of our mission, experience Albertus Magnus College, and attain a quality education in an inclusive setting with a global perspective.
Be part of our global village, contact us and apply! https://admissions.albertus.edu/apply
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- Complete the online application available here or through the Common App.
- Official academic records:
- Submit official, notarized, certified or attested copies of senior secondary/high school records and any post-secondary school (university/college) records, if applicable.
- If the original documents are not in English, also submit a word-for-word official translation by a bona fide translating agency.
- For students who wish to receive transfer credit for coursework done at an institution abroad, also submit a credential report from World Education Services or a similar company.
- If available, International Baccalaureate Diploma or IB Credits.
* The Office of the Registrar has the final say in all matters relating to acceptance of credits*
- Proof of English language proficiency by submitting official test scores from one of the following:
- SAT or ACT
- Can IELTS Score be aligned to TOEFL – IELTS Score: 6 or higher
- TOEFL Score (institutional code is 3001):
- IBT: 80
- PBT: 550
- CBT: 213
- IELTS Score: 0 or higher
- Letter(s) of recommendation in English from an academic source
- (i.e., professor, advisor, school principal).
- Personal essay.
- Upon acceptance, we will require a copy of student’s passport and official bank statements from the last 6 months.
- (USCIS requires proof of access to financial resources to cover academic, living, and personal expenses for first academic year in the United States.)
Scholarships for Traditional Undergraduate International Students:
Traditional Undergraduate International First-Year Student Merit Awards
Merit Awards are awarded to students of exceptional academic promise:
|Presidential Scholarship$23,000 – $24,000|
|Mohun Scholarship$20,000 – $22,000|
|Devaney Scholarship$16,000 – $19,000|
|St. Thomas Aquinas Scholarship$12,000 – $15,000|
|Promise Award$10,000 – $11,000|
Students may receive these awards in addition to the merit scholarships above:
|St. Catherine of Siena Award$3,000
Awarded to graduates of Catholic high schools, Catholic college preparatory schools, or Catholic colleges or universities.
Awarded to the children, step-children, and grandchildren of Albertus Magnus alumni.
|The Pillar Award$1,000
Awarded to accepted transfer students that provide documentation of Phi Theta Kappa membership.
|The Catherine DeRicci Honors Program Award$2,000
To be awarded to students who have been invited to join and agree to participate in the Albertus Magnus Honors Program.
|St. Dominic Award$1,000 – $3,000
For the St. Dominic Award, accepted students may be awarded $1,000 per extracurricular activity listed below (with a maximum of $3,000 awarded). For the scholarship to be awarded, students must provide documentation and/or interview to verify involvement in each activity and agree to participate in a similar activity at Albertus Magnus College. Once a student applies, please submit the St. Dominic form to be considered for this award.
· Community Service (100+ documented hours)
· E-Sports (organized club or organization)
· Future Law Enforcement (participation in Mock-Trial, Police Explorers, or similar programs)
· Music (band, chorus, etc.)
· Student Leadership (leadership role in any organization – non-athletic)
*This scholarship may or may not increase your net Financial Aid award. For questions, speak to your financial aid counselor at (203) 773-8508.