Please download the PDF. This form must be filled in digitally. Please enter all answers on the form. Print the form. Sign the form, scan it and send via e-mail to International@hutchcc.edu. The International Application may not be completed online.International Application
Before admittance to HutchCC as a student, you must show evidence of support for the first academic year of attendance. The deposit will be applied toward the student's first semester enrollment. Read the application process for more information.Application process
Applicants must submit transcripts from all secondary and post-secondary institutions. Transcripts must document graduation from a secondary school or the equivalent. Applicants who have attended high school in the U.S. must provide official documentation from their home country as well as from their U.S. institution. Only original documents or certified copies are acceptable. An officially translated, line by line, word for word English translation must accompany the original document when scores/results are listed in any language other than English. International students wishing to transfer coursework from colleges or universities outside of the continental U.S. must first have the transcript evaluated by an official evaluation service. There is a fee for this service.Send Transcript
International students enrolled in an Intensive English Program must show a certificate of completion to be considered for transfer to HCCApplication process
Immigration regulations require non-immigrant international students to verify that they will have funds, available to pay for the estimated cost of tuition, fees, books, insurance, room and board, and miscellaneous expenses for an academic year.Financial Resources Verification
International students must present the results of a tuberculosis skin test completed in the United States within the last twelve months, or be tested at a college approved clinic. Test results must be reviewed within ten days of the start of the semester.
Hutchinson Community College is providing an opportunity for qualified* high school students to participate in college credit classes without paying tuition!
Beginning with the 2012-2013 school year, the Governor of Kansas approved Kansas high school students to access college credit classes that prepare students to work in high demand career fields through the new Career and Technical Education Act - CTE Initiative (SB155).
This opportunity will assist students in acquiring work-ready skills while building a college transcript and develop a skilled workforce for Kansas employers. Without paying a penny in tuition, students are eligible to take qualified* career and technical college credit courses offered through Hutchinson Community College at an HutchCC campus (Hutchinson, McPherson, Newton) or through our Online Programs, available statewide.
For more information on how to qualify as a student under KS CTE Initiative (SB155), contact your high school counselor, or the HutchCC Outreach office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-888-GOHUTCH.
* Enrollment in courses requires a High School principal approval. Not all courses are eligible for CTE Initiative (SB155) funding. Please contact your counselor or an HutchCC Outreach staff member for more details on course eligibility.
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