Dodge City Community College has been approved by the US Department of Justice as a school for nonimmigrant students. Please note that Dodge City Community College does not provide special language training, and employment opportunities are limited.
All potential students with foreign academic documentation will need to have that documentation evaluated by World Education Services (WES) or InCred. Students with foreign academic documents need to order course-by-course evaluations by WES, or order a basic evaluation for their high school and a course-by-course evaluation for any post-secondary from InCred. They will verify institutional accreditation status and complete a course-by-course evaluation containing the following: a description of credentials, including name, year awarded, name of institution attended, and major of field of study. It also provides the US equivalent for each credential and lists all post-secondary subjects with their corresponding value expressed in the terms of US semester credit and grade equivalents.
Those interested can order a WES evaluation/transcript at wes.org, or InCred at incredevals.org. The website explains exactly what the student must provide and how much the student will be charged.
Estimated expenses are as follows for the fall/spring semesters (based on 15 credit hours):
Before applying for an F-1 visa at the US Embassy, an I-901 application must be completed, and the $200 fee must be paid. Find more information regarding this new governmental policy.