A student is considered an international student if an I-20 is required for residency and if the student will require housing with an approved Northland Christian Family or in the on-campus residence hall during the school year.
To make sure that Northland is the right fit for your student, there are several steps to the admissions process. Families are required to complete all of the steps outlined below before they can be approved for admission.
We would be happy to offer a tour to any prospective international student and family. Please contact the International Program office to talk to schedule an opportunity to tour our campus.
- Financial Declaration: All international applicants are asked to submit a financial declaration from their bank, verifying that they have funds available. Typically for our boarding students, it is best if the amount in the account exceeds US$40,000.
- Passport: A copy of the student's passport must be scanned along with the application.
- Official Transcript: We will need an official transcript of the last several years' grades, (from 7th grade and above) translated into English, along with CLASS RANK (example: 25/100 means the student ranks 25th out of 100 students in his/her class).