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Private LoansPrivate LoansHistorical Lender ListLoan Resources Apply for Scholarships & Aid Financial Aid FormsAdditional Resources Student EmploymentContact Financial Aid Net Price Calculator At R-MC, our strong international education program welcomes talented students from around the world to our Ashland, Virginia campus, located only 150 kilometers from Washington, DC. International students benefit from R-MC's exceptional liberal arts curriculum, opportunities for internships and independent research, and a strong tradition of alumni success. Want to see what our current international students are up to? Like the Office of International Education on Facebook. Randolph-Macon College partners with Capstone Vietnam and Access American Education to assist interested students in Vietnam. R-MC compensates these agencies on a per capita basis for enrolled students. Applications for Fall Semester November 15 Early Action application deadline January 1 Early Action decisions sent March 1 Final application deadline April 1 Admissions decisions sent May 1 Enrollment deposit due Applications for Spring Semester December 1 Application deadline December 15 Admissions decisions sent January 1 Enrollment deposit due Application and Supporting Materials Your application is complete once we have received the following materials: 1. Application and Personal Statement Your application includes a written personal statement; use this part of the application to tell us more about who you are and why you want to attend R-MC. You may choose to: Apply online. This is the most convenient method, and there is no application fee. Or use the Common Application. 2. Transcripts Request your secondary school, as well as any colleges you may have attended, to mail an official copy of your transcript — along with copies any additional documents, such as diplomas and/or exam scores (such as GCE "O" Level or "A" Level exams, HKCEE, HKALE, National Entrance Exam, or SAECE) — to the address below. Please provide a certified translation of all documents not written in English. 3. Recommendation Please submit a letter of recommendation from any one of the following: counselor, teacher, principal or headmaster. 4. English Proficiency or SAT Test Scores Students whose first language is not English must take either the TOEFL or IELTS (Academic version) test to demonstrate their proficiency with English, or they may take the SAT test. Minimum Accepted English-Proficiency Test Scores TOEFL (Internet iBT Test) 80 TOEFL (Paper Test) 550 IELTS 6.5 The SAT Reasoning Test is optional for international applicants, but if you have taken the SAT, please make sure you request an official score report to be sent to R-MC from The College Board, or have a certified copy sent from your secondary school along with your transcript. We do not require SAT Subject Tests, but we will consider them if submitted. The college code for R-MC is 5566. 5. Financing Your R-MC Education International student applicants are eligible to receive academic scholarships (awarded during the admissions process) but no other financial aid from the college. You will be required to document your ability to pay the full cost of attendance and educational expenses (minus any scholarships and grants you are awarded). 6. Enrolling at R-MC If you are accepted to R-MC, you must submit the following information before you can enroll at the college: Statement of Financial Support (PDF) Original (not photocopied) statement of verification of funds from your bank or your sponsor's bank Copy of your passport's photograph page Once this documentation has been received, and you have paid your enrollment deposit, the R-MC Office of International Education will issue you an I-20 immigration form, which will allow you to obtain an F-1 Student Visa to enter the United States. Learn more about the student visa and orientation process.