Undergraduate Application Process

To apply for an undergraduate degree at Northern Michigan University, you will need to submit the following documentation:

  1. International Student Admission Application
  2. Pay $35 application fee (must be in U.S. funds)
  3. Credential Evaluation Report and Transcripts - Only one credential evaluation is required. 

    1. Education Credential Evaluators (ECE)  This service allows applicants to submit their official educational documents only once--to ECE.  NMU would then receive the verified documents from ECE along with the credential evaluation. Select the "course by course report" ($160)

    2. World Education Service (WES)  Students may elect to order the WES ICAP service.  This service allows applicants to submit their official educational documents only once--to WES. NMU would then receive the verified documents from WES along with the credential evaluation. Select the "course by course report with ICAP" ($205)

    3. Other approved evaluators may be considered if part of NACES

  4. Proof of English language proficiency Test Scores
  5. Certification of Finances - $30,776 (Step-by-Step Instructions)
  6. SAT/ACT - Only students from the U.S. and Canada are required to submit an SAT or ACT score.  Students from all other countries are not required to submit ACT or SAT scores.

E-Ship Global - You can use this service to ship documents to NMU and to request NMU to ship your immigration documents to you. 

Questions

Erika Greeley
Director of International Admissions 
Email: ergreele@nmu.edu
Phone: 906-227-6765

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