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International Student Application Checklist


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Deadlines for International Undergraduate Applicants

Deadlines                            First Time Students            Transfer Students 
Fall May 1 July 1
Spring October 1 November 15
Summer March 1 April 1


Physical Mailing Address

(Express Mail Only)
Texas Tech University
Office of International Affairs
601 Indiana Ave
Lubbock, TX 79409-5004
USA

Postal Mailing Address
Texas Tech University
Office of International Affairs
Box 45004
Lubbock, TX 79409-5004
USA

Applications must be submitted by the deadline in order to prevent delays in processing, but supporting materials may be sent after this date. 
Submitting your documents via email, with your R #, to your admissions counselor after you have applied and received your confirmation from Texas Tech University will allow us to review your application more quickly.
Any inquiries related to applications can be sent to internationals@ttu.edu

International Undergraduate Freshman Application Materials

Application (Required)

Complete the International Freshman Application online on ApplyTexas at www.applytexas.org

 

Application Fee (Required)

The application fee is $75 (nonrefundable and non-waivable)

 

Transcripts (Required)

Submit original or attested copies of high school transcripts and any exit examinations taken. May be sent electronically, but if you are admitted to Texas Tech University, you must submit an OFFICIAL  FINAL  TRANSCRIPTS upon arrival.

 

Translation of Documents
If your documents are in a language other than English, please submit complete and official English translations together with the original language records.                
                                       
The translation must be from an American Translators Association-certified translator/translation service or the academic institution.
English Proficiency
Requirements
(Required)

Texas Tech University requires students from non-English-speaking countries to demonstrate the ability to speak, write, and understand the English language.
                                                                                                                                Proof of English proficiency may be WAIVED. Please check ENGLISH PROFICIENCY WAIVERS
                                                                                                                              To demonstrate your ability, you must submit one of the following:

TOEFL and IELTS scores are valid for 2 years only.
Test Scores (Required)

SAT I or ACT test scores are required for students that are graduating from a high school within the U.S. These scores are not required to admit students graduating from a high school outside the U.S., but can be used as proof of English Proficiency.                                                                                                                                   

SAT I or ACT results are required for scholarship consideration.                              

SCHOLARSHIPS are based on SAT or ACT scores and academic records.


SAT: TTU Code: 6859 
ACT: TTU Code: 4220

International Affairs