b'Current Military Orders (stationed inside the state of MS) for Mississippi Active Personnel International Students Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College reserves the right to determine the number of international students admitted. International students must meet all of the following admissions requirements at least six weeks prior to enrollment (November 1 for the spring semester or July 1 for the fall semester). International students are not accepted during the summer semester.1.Application Complete the Application for Admission. A one-time application fee of $250.00 and a per semester administrative fee of $100.00 for international students will automatically be added to your account. 2.Submit Your Health Records Provide proof of immunization against Measles, Mumps, and Rubella. In addition, the State of Mississippi requires all new foreign applicants to be screened for Tuberculosis by a local office of the Mississippi Department of Public Health.This screening must be completed within two weeks of your arrival to the US. 3.Prove English Proficiency If English is not your native language, ONE of the following is required: a.Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of at least 500 on the paper based, 61 on Internet Based (iBT), and 173 on the computer based test. Test only valid within 2 years prior to enrollment. b.International English Language Testing System (IELTS) academic test score of at least 6.0.Test only valid within 2 years prior to enrollment. c.SAT verbal score of 500 or an ACT English score of 20.Test only valid within 2 years prior to enrollment. d.Completion of a secondary international school (such as the International Baccalaureate or an American high school abroad) in which English is the language of instruction, with a minimum grade equivalent to a C in all of their English courses and with attendance in the final three years offered. Verification from a school official to prove English is the language of instruction may be required.e.A grade of "C" or better in English Composition I and English Composition II, transferred from a regionally accredited university or college within the United States. f.Proven proficiency in English following completion of an English as a Second Language (ESL), English Language Institute, or Intensive English Language Program provided through a U.S. college or university designed for non-native born students. A letter of recommendation from the program director indicating the student has achieved "proficiency satisfactory to enroll in and successfully complete college work and is able to converse and communicate intelligibly and effectively" must accompany certification of completion. g.Other English proficiency tests or programs may be accepted at the discretion of the campus DSO or PDSO.The DSO or PDSO may also require additional assessment variations to prove English proficiency (i.e. phone conversation, etc.) 4.Submit Your Transcript(s) Submit complete, official scholastic transcript(s) translated into English and evaluated by an approved credentialing agency (graduation/completion dates must be listed). You can find an approved Credentialing Agency by visiting NACES*. Applicants who have not received a degree equivalent to a U.S. high school diploma may submit a passing High School Equivalency Exam (HSE) test score. Transcripts from colleges or universities outside of the United States must be submitted to an approved evaluation service for translation and evaluation. 26'