Funding Your Eureka College Experience
- International students may be considered for all Eureka scholarships.
- Institutional awards are renewable for up to four years, providing the required GPA is maintained.
- U.S. Federal grants and loans for financial assistance are not available to international students.
International students must demonstrate the ability to supply funds to finance their education.
Initial admission to Eureka College will be provisional. Once provisional admission is approved, you are required to submit to Eureka College a payment of $1,000. Upon receipt of these funds, your I-20 will be issued in order for you to obtain your student visa. The first payment will cover your deposit, SEVIS fee, orientation, emergency fund, and housing deposit with the remaining going to your student account. A second payment is due prior to the beginning of classes, and the third payment is due before the second semester begins in January. Any reduction in cost due to merit-based scholarships will be taken off the second and third payments.
Should you submit payment and find that you are not able to attend Eureka College, the enrollment deposit of $200 will be retained by the College. The remainder of the funds will be returned to you (minus any costs for transferring funds). If you attend Eureka and the emergency fund is not needed, it will be returned to you on your final departure from Eureka College. You will also need a minimum of $2,000 available for books and supplies for your first year.
Eureka College accepts international applications beginning in the Fall and Spring semesters.
- Students from non-English speaking countries should submit ACT or SAT scores or have minimum score of 550 on the paper-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or CBT equivalent.
- Attendance at an American School or High School generally means TOEFL is waived as long as classes in English are of a ૾B૿ grade or higher.
Application materials should be received in the Office of Admissions by May 1 for the Fall Semester and October 1 for the Spring semester
Important Information About Eureka College
- Select your program from a field of over 30 different areas of study
- Flexible academic programs.
- All students have a faculty advisor.
- Take general education requirements plus supplemental courses.
- New student orientation is held at the beginning of each semester.
- Attendance is required at orientation; we help you get settled into Eureka College.
- Fly into one of the airports in the region: Peoria and Bloomington-Normal (both within a half-hour’s drive).
- Full-time students are required to live in the college residence halls.
- International students will be matched with American roommates to facilitate the immersion to Eureka College.