International

Join a Global Community

Apply to Brewton-Parker and enjoy our rich, diverse community of students.

Steps to Apply

1.

Start your official application HERE!

You will be asked to create an account with your email address and a password of your choosing in order to fill out your application. Please keep this information so you can check the status of your application after submission. Once your account has been created, you will be redirected to the log-in page. You must complete all sections of the application in order for it to be submitted for review.

2.

Submit a non-refundable $35 application fee

3.

3: Submit required documents

First-Time College Student (Freshman)
-High School Transcript
         Submitted through InCred Evaluation Service or Wes Transcript Service

In the absence of a transcript, a GED test score may be submitted.
-Proof of English Proficiency

To meet this requirement, submit one of the following:
-SAT, ACT, TOEFL, Accuplacer or IELTS
-Documents for I-20 Issuance
-Copy of a valid passport
-Affidavit of Financial Support (Sponsor Form)
-Supporting bank statements

Transfer Student

-Official College Transcript(s)

Submit a final transcript from each college attended. Final transcripts from high schools are only required if you have completed less than 30 earned transferable credit hours post-high school.

Transcripts will be considered official only when sent directly from the institution to Brewton-Parker.

If transferring from a school outside of the United States:

Students who desire to get transfer credit for college courses taken outside of the United States must have their transcripts evaluated by an independent credential evaluation agency located within the United States, such as:

SpanTran

World Evaluation Services (WES)

Foundation for International Services (FIS)

*Be sure you choose ‘Course by Course Report’ and have the evaluation agency send them directly to our admissions department at the address below in order for the transcript to be considered official.

 

-Proof of English Proficiency

To meet this requirement, submit one of the following:

-Official transcript showing a minimum of one year of study in a U.S. undergraduate program.

or

-SAT, ACT, TOEFL, Accuplacer or IELTS

-Documents for I-20 Issuance

-Copy of a valid passport

-Affidavit of Financial Support (Sponsor Form)

-Supporting bank statements

Office of Admissions
Brewton-Parker College
PO Box 197
Mount Vernon, GA 30445

4.

4: F-1 Visa Application Process

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, SAT/ACT is optional for Spring ’22 and Fall ’22. Since standardized testing opportunities are limited due to COVID-19, we will be waiving SAT/ACT scores for academically qualified Spring 2022 and Fall 2022 applicants. The admissions office will continue to make admissions offers and award academic scholarships based on students’ academic achievement, spiritual commitment, and their ability to succeed at Brewton-Parker.

Note: International students are still required to submit proof of English proficiency. Please check the required documents for international students.

-After accepting Brewton-Parker’s offer of admission by submitting an enrollment deposit, a for I-20 will be issued to you. Find out more on how to obtain an F-1 visa. Linked to explanation page.

Transfer Authorization Form: For students who are currently studying in the U.S. with an F-1 visa, there is a transfer of SEVIS record that must be done by the school that has issued your current I-20.

Have Questions?

If you have questions about the admissions process or how to submit your documents, please contact your admissions counselor.

912-583-3265

Note: Your application will not be reviewed until the documents from steps 3 and 4 have been received. You can log in to your admissions account at any time and see what you are missing. 

Steps to Apply:

1: Start your official application HERE!
2: Submit a non-refundable $35 application fee
3: Submit required documents

First-Time College Student (Freshman)
-High School Transcript
         Submitted through InCred Evaluation Service or Wes Transcript Service

In the absence of a transcript, a GED test score may be submitted.
-Proof of English Proficiency

To meet this requirement, submit one of the following:
-SAT, ACT, TOEFL, Accuplacer or IELTS
-Documents for I-20 Issuance
-Copy of a valid passport
-Affidavit of Financial Support (Sponsor Form)
-Supporting bank statements

Transfer Student

-Official College Transcript(s)

Submit a final transcript from each college attended. Final transcripts from high schools are only required if you have completed less than 30 earned transferable credit hours post-high school.

Transcripts will be considered official only when sent directly from the institution to Brewton-Parker.

If transferring from a school outside of the United States:

Students who desire to get transfer credit for college courses taken outside of the United States must have their transcripts evaluated by an independent credential evaluation agency located within the United States, such as:

SpanTran

World Evaluation Services (WES)

Foundation for International Services (FIS)

*Be sure you choose ‘Course by Course Report’ and have the evaluation agency send them directly to our admissions department at the address below in order for the transcript to be considered official.

Office of Admissions

Brewton-Parker College
P.O. Box 197
Mount Vernon, GA 30445

-Proof of English Proficiency

To meet this requirement, submit one of the following:

-Official transcript showing a minimum of one year of study in a U.S. undergraduate program.

or

-SAT, ACT, TOEFL, Accuplacer or IELTS

-Documents for I-20 Issuance

-Copy of a valid passport

-Affidavit of Financial Support (Sponsor Form)

-Supporting bank statements

4: F-1 Visa Application Process

-After accepting Brewton-Parker’s offer of admission by submitting an enrollment deposit, a for I-20 will be issued to you. Find out more on how to obtain an F-1 visa. Linked to explanation page.

Transfer Authorization Form: For students who are currently studying in the U.S. with an F-1 visa, there is a transfer of SEVIS record that must be done by the school that has issued your current I-20.

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