Important Links for International Student Services
|Application Deadlines||International Student Health Insurance|
|Apply Now||English Proficiency Testing|
|Important Documents||Transcript Evaluation/Translation|
|Payment Options||International Student Handbook|
For an international student to be considered for admission to Colby Community College, the student must initiate the admissions process by applying to the college.
Once the student has completed the application and received their provisional welcome email, they must complete all steps listed on the International Application Checklist prior to being issued an I-20.
|Application & Admission Document Deadlines|
|Fall Semester||July 1|
|Spring Semester||November 15|
|Summer Session (Online Only)||April 15|
Please download and read the following documents as they include essential information for applying to CCC. The International Application Packet includes an eight-Step Checklist for applying, F-1 requirements, and other useful information.
- International Application Checklist
- Proof of English Proficiency
- Sponsor Financial Agreement
- Health History Form
- TB Screening Questionnaire
- Meningococcal Vaccination Form
- Transfer Form (if transferring from another U.S. college)
|Cost to Attend
In addition to standard tuition and fees and room and board, international students should plan on the following expenses:
|Student Deposit*||$1500 Deposit (must be received prior to being issued an I-20)|
|Sevis Fee**||$350 one-time fee|
|Tuition & Fees||$7,000 (This number is based on 16 credit hours a semester/32 a year at the international student rate.)|
|Room & Board||$6,000|
|Books and Supplies||$2,000 per year (Not included in student bill/scholarship. Must be purchased separately)|
|TB Skin/QuantiFERON Test||$60 (if needed)|
|Estimated Annual Cost***||$15,000|
*The $1500 Student Deposit, includes a one-time, non-refundable application fee of $150. The remainder of the deposit ($1350) will be split by semester and applied to the student's bill.
**The Sevis fee is independent of CCC costs. This fee must be paid in order to obtain a Visa.
***This is only an estimation and may vary by student. This does not take into account any deposit credit, scholarships, or waivers.
Canadian citizens DO NOT need visas to study in the U.S. However, an I-20 (or DS-2019) Certificate of Eligibility issued by the college is required. At the time you receive the I-20 (or DS-2019), you will be registered with SEVIS, the student tracking system. You will be assigned a SEVIS number, and be required to pay a registration fee (see below).
When you cross the border to study you will need to present the following at the port of entry:
SpanTran is a NACES-member company that has created a custom application for students to get their non-U.S. transcripts evaluated for possible transfer credit at a discounted rate. You can find that application by clicking here.
If you only need a translation of your documents, and not an evaluation, you can see this application instead: SpanTran - Translation Request.
Additional Transcript Services:
- World Education Services
Health Insurance Options
All international students are required to provide proof of insurance upon arrival to Colby Community College Campus. Students must provide documentation that outlines their coverage in the United States as well as the dates of coverage. CCC partners with International Student Insurance to provide affordable insurance options to international students. You can review and purchase Insurance plans here: