International Students


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Applications Deadlines

For Spring Semester Admission

  • Your application and additional materials due by: November 1
  • Receive an admission decision by: December 1
  • Enrollment deposit due by:  January 1

For Fall Semester Admission

  • Your application and additional materials due by: February 1
  • Receive an admission decision by: April 1
  • Enrollment deposit due by:  May 1

Official Copies of all Records of Secondary and Post-Secondary Academic Work

Your records should include:

  1. Yearly secondary school records that indicate courses taken and grades/marks received.
  2. Official documents verifying all secondary examination results and the awarding of all secondary school diplomas/certificates, including the title and date conferred; these should be in the issuing language and accompanied by a certified, exact English translation where applicable.
  3. For transfer candidates only. Yearly records from each post-secondary institution or university attended that indicate the number of lecture and/or laboratory hours taken per course per week and the grade/mark received in each course.

Willamette University’s Minimum Score Requirements

  • TOEFL:
    • 560 (paper-based)
    • 220 (computer-based)
    • 83 (Internet-based)
  • IELTS: 6.5
  • PTE: 60

Upon admission to Willamette University, a $1,000 deposit is required to accept and reserve your place in the class.


We protect the privacy of the information you share with us through the application process. Read about our commitment to your privacy.

We welcome the diversity and richness that international students bring to the campus community and we encourage applications from well-qualified citizens of other countries.

The application process is designed to help the Admission Committee identify students who demonstrate the greatest likelihood of benefiting from and contributing to the academic community and campus life. We are selective in admission which means that we are not able to admit all of the qualified students who apply to us.

Application for admission to Willamette University is made through the Admission Office. Interested students may also review the services of our Office of International Education who coordinate international student services on campus and study abroad.

We look forward to getting to know you through the application process!

Start your application now!

    1.Common Application

    Complete the appropriate version of the Common Application. There is a $50 application fee.

    Common Application (First-Year Students)
    Common Application (Transfer Students)


    2.Records of Secondary and Post-Secondary Academic Work

    Official copies of all records of secondary and post-secondary academic work. Please see detailed instructions in the box to the right.


    3.SAT I or ACT (with Writing) Scores

    Send your official scores from either the SAT I or the ACT with Writing. If you take the SAT I more than once, the Admission Committee will review your highest scores from each section. Your best composite ACT score from a single sitting will be considered.


    4.Official Language Test Score

    If your native language is not English, Willamette University requires you to submit scores from one of the following tests. Scores can be sent directly from the testing agency to the university.


    5.Passport Photo Identification Page

    You must include a copy of the photo identification page of your passport as required by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.


    6.Financial Guarantee Statement

    This statement must be completed in conjunction with supporting documentation of financial resources.


If you do not apply online, you may mail or fax (please make sure that your name appears on each page) application forms to:

Willamette University

CLA Admission Office

900 State Street
Salem, OR 97301

001-503-375-5363 fax

Once all of your credentials are received, the Admission Committee will review your application.

Need help along the way? Contact us at 001-503-370-6303 or bearcat@willamette.edu.