IEI International Student Application Process

Thank you for your interest in Middlesex Community College. International applicants to the Intensive English Institute must be at least 18 years old. The Admissions Office must receive all of the following documents (by the stated deadline) before your application will be considered complete.

Required Document List:

(Documents are in Adobe Acrobat .pdf format to facilitate printing. If needed, you may get Adobe Acrobat here.)

  1. MCC International Student Application for Admission
  2. Proof of High School completion (copy of diploma) or an official copy of your high school transcripts.*
  3. An official copy of transcripts from all colleges you attended (if applicable).*
  4. TOEFL or IELTS test scores results sent directly to the Admissions Office.*
  5. Form I-134(Affidavit of Support)** Signature of Deponent needs to be notarized by a Notary Public.
  6. Sponsor(s) bank statement(s) to verify that sufficient finances are available to cover tuition and fees. The bank statement cannot be more than 30 days old upon receipt. (Original bank statements only).**
  7. Local Contact Person form(if applicable).**
  8. Financial Sponsorship Certificate**
  9. International Student Certification of Finances form**
  10. International Student Health Record form**
  11. Copy of passport and visa pages

* Only foreign documents accompanied by notarized English translations will be accepted.

** Please forward only original documents.

Apply: Submit an online application by clicking on this link: Middlesex Community College Admission Online Application

The College must receive all application materials by:

  • JULY 15 for the Fall (September) semester
  • DECEMBER 15 for the Spring (January) semester

Please send all documentation to:

Enrollment Management Center
33 Kearney Square
Lowell, MA 01852-1987

All accepted Middlesex International Students are required to:

  1. Arrive in the United States at least two weeks before classes begin.
  2. If you are transferring from another United States College or University you should first schedule an appointment to meet with a Designated School Official (DSO) at Middlesex.
  3. Plan to take the mandatory Middlesex Placement Test.
  4. Pay tuition and register for classes.
  5. Attend a special orientation for International Students.
  6. Submit to the International Student office a copy of your passport, I-94 card and stamped I-20 within 10 days of arriving in the United States.

All International Students are required to submit the completed International Student Health Record and must purchase the Middlesex Student Insurance.

To learn more, contact:

Middlesex Community College
33 Kearney Square
Lowell, MA 01852 USA

phone: +1-978-656-3380


Last Modified: 8/21/23