International Student Application Process

International Students are eligible for both merit and limited need-aid financial aid.

Merit scholarships are determined at the point of admission. Applicants will be reviewed after all required admission documents have been submitted and if qualified, can be awarded academic scholarships. These scholarships are renewable and are based on test scores (SAT/ACT) and GPA for freshmen and based on transferable GPA and number of units for transfer applicants.

International Grants are awarded to International Students based on demonstrated need calculated using the International Financial Aid Application. Once offered admission, students will be eligible to complete the International Financial Aid Application. If a student is awarded an International Grant, the amount remains the same for all years of attendance at CLU. The grant amount DOES NOT increase or decrease. For more information, please contact the Office of Financial Aid.

Current CLU students who are enrolled in the Undergraduate program and have established employment eligibility to work in the U.S. will be eligible for student employment. For more information about working on campus, please visit Student Employment.

International Students may be eligible for limited need-based financial aid. The student is required during the admission process to submit a completed Admission application, a Certificate of Financial Support, and all school records.

International Grants are awarded to International Students based on demonstrated need calculated using the International Financial Aid Application. Once offered admission, students will be eligible to complete the International Financial Aid Application. If a student is awarded an International Grant, the amount remains the same for all years of attendance at CLU. The grant amount DOES NOT increase or decrease. For more information, please contact the Office of Financial Aid.

Current CLU students who are enrolled in the Professionals program and have established employment eligibility to work in the U.S. will be eligible for student employment. For more information about working on campus, please visit Student Employment.

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Current CLU students who are enrolled in the Graduate program may apply for a Graduate Assistantship to provide qualified graduate students with professional development experience, while supplying a valuable service to academic areas and administrative offices of the University.

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