Wooster again ranks high for international student enrollment
The College of Wooster is once again considered one of the “Leading Institutions for International Students,” ranking No. 27 among baccalaureate colleges and universities […]
We encourage you to learn more about the applications requirements and deadlines for international students at Wooster.
Connect one-on-one with a senior international student for an admissions interview.
Alternatively, international students may participate in an interview conducted by InitialView or Vericant (China only), which will provide the recorded interviews directly to Wooster for review.
Are you interested in learning more about The College of Wooster? Our International Admissions Team offers virtual International Student Q&A panels every month. Join current students as they share their experiences as international students on campus and talk about topics such as the transition to college, academics, resources for international students and so much more!
*All times are listed for the U.S. Eastern Time Zone (Ohio time).
Wednesday, March 22, 4:00 p.m.
For students applying Early Decision, please remember to submit the Early Decision Agreement Form. Learn about the Benefits of Applying Early Decision.
Questions? Please contact our International Admission Team at email@example.com or via WeChat at “woointerl.”
Scores from one of the following standardized tests are preferred by the Admissions Committee: ACT, SAT, TOEFL, IELTS, PTE Academic, or Duolingo.
As an alternative to the preferred tests, especially understanding that these tests are not always accessible for every applicant, students may fulfill the testing requirement by submitting one of the following after emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to request a waiver of the testing requirement:
To support access to all applicants and reduce submission barriers, Wooster will accept self-reported test scores directly from the application or a score report PDF submitted by the applicant. Applicants who choose to self-report their test scores will be required to verify their test scores, upon enrollment, by submitting official scores directly from the testing agency or a school official. Upon verification, any discrepancy between the self-reported scores and the verified scores could jeopardize a student’s enrollment.
Best score is determined by combining the highest score received on each section from any combination of testing dates (i.e. superscoring).
Best score is determined by combining the highest score received on each section from any combination of testing dates (i.e., superscoring).
We will continue to accept scores from the old version of the SAT for the five years scores remain valid, and will superscore within both the old exam and the new, but will not superscore between the two versions. No matter what scores you send, we’ll be considering your best.
The SAT Essay is neither required nor recommended as part of your application credentials.
The minimum recommended score for TOEFL (or equivalent) is 80 to be considered for admission to The College of Wooster.
Applicants may submit the Duolingo English Test, which combines an English proficiency test with a brief video interview. Duolingo’s technology and format allows applicants to complete the test at any time or place, as long as they have web access. If you choose to submit Duolingo as your test score, email email@example.com to let us know when your test has been completed.
The College of Wooster accepts IELTS TRF forms via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
International Student Services (ISS) is the primary contact for international students and their families after they’ve paid their enrollment deposits. ISS will assist you in obtaining necessary documents and information to maintain your status while studying at The College of Wooster. The office also supports numerous international programs and events throughout the year.
Wooster’s innovative center, combining academic and career planning resources, including academic advising, internships, entrepreneurial initiatives, and off-campus study.
International students can access career planning to help them create resumes, find summer internships or jobs, and/or prepare for post-graduation life. Our international students have done internships, both in the U.S. and abroad, at organizations including: The Grameen Bank, Partners of the Americas, Equity Bank Limited-Tanzania, and Fermilab, just to name a few.
The Learning Center helps students achieve their overall academic goals by assisting with issues relating to developing proper study habits and improving time and stress management. Services for students with learning and physical disabilities are also offered.
The Writing Center is open to all students regardless of their major or writing ability. Individual and group sessions specifically for English as a Second Language learners are available.
The College of Wooster has its roots in the Presbyterian tradition. While we are no longer a Christian college, we do consider the spiritual and religious development of student to be important regardless of an individual student’s beliefs or the religious tradition they follow. The department of Religious & Spiritual Life supports student groups and program relating to faith and spirituality. We have students at Wooster who follow such religious traditions as Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism.