You must be able to speak, read, write and understand English at a level that will allow you to successfully complete your college academic work. You pass the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) exam with a minimum score of 173 on the computer test, 61 on the internet based exam or 500 on the written test. You must provide verification of your TOEFL score with your application. Include a copy of your test results or request that the TOEFL office send your test scores directly to us. The school code number for Miramar College is 4728. Applications without TOEFL score verifications will not be accepted. Official scores sent directly from TOEFL must be received by the application deadline.
The TOEFL requirement can be waived if you come from a county where English is the language in its educational system or if you have completed a college level English composition course in the United States with a grade of C or better. The Institutional TOEFL is not acceptable.
TOEFL information, registration forms, and score reports are available from:
TOEFL, P.O. Box 6154, Princeton, NJ 08541-6154, USA.
Web site/email address: www.toefl.org
Prospective students must meet one of the following academic requirements:
You must request official transcripts and include them with your application. Official transcripts are ones that are issued directly from the school or educational institution, with the school stamp, sealed in an enveloped, and unopened. Transcripts must be in English or sent with a certified English translation. Do not send photocopies as they are not acceptable.
Please refer to the application for the required financial amount. You must submit proof that you have sufficient financial resources to support you while you are attending school.
Students must be in good general health and free of communicable diseases. The health examination report must be completed and signed by a licensed medical doctor. The medical examination must certify current immunization against measles, mumps, rubella, tetanus, and tuberculosis clearance.
Miramar College does not have on-campus housing or dormitories. Students are responsible for arranging their own housing off campus. Although there are no provisions for on-campus housing, apartment rentals are usually available in the vicinity of the college. Homestay Services International assists students in finding local housing. Contact the Homestay office at 619-461-4764 or visit their website at: www.homestayservices.com. Students are welcome to stay in the residence halls at Alliant International University. Contact the Alliant University Office of Housing and Residence Life by email at email@example.com or by telephone at (858) 635-4292, or by fax at (858) 635-4291.
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San Diego Miramar College is a member college of the San Diego Community College District,
which includes Miramar College, Mesa College, City College and Continuing Education
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