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Applying to Clarendon College requires a few simple steps:

1. Fill out and submit to the Office of Admissions the documents required below:

a. A completed Application for Admission. Please visit our Application Portal to electronically submit an application. This is the preferred method of submission. (access instructions here). You may also apply through the ApplyTexas website or download an application and mail in the original.

b. A completed Registration Data Form.

c. All required official transcripts.

If you are a first-time college student, request your high school transcript be sent to the Office of Admissions at Clarendon College. If not a high school graduate, send your G.E.D. scores. If you are a transfer student, request each college attended to send a complete transcript of credits directly to the Office of Admissions at Clarendon College.

d. Request academic assessment scores for the Texas Success Initiative be forwarded to Clarendon College. Approved assessments include THEA, COMPASS, ASSET, or ACCUPLACER.

2. Depending on the student's status, additional forms and/or documents may be necessary. Applicants should complete and forward appropriate documents.

a. A residence hall application, contract, and residence hall deposit ($150).

b. A completed residence hall exemption form, if applicable.

c. International students: Clarendon College is authorized under federal law to enroll non-immigrant students.  International students seeking admissions should submit the following:

a. Application for Admission.  The Application should be submitted along with a $200 application fee at least ninety (90) days prior to the beginning of registration for any given semester.

b. Submit an official transcript of the last four years of secondary school.  The official transcript must be an original copy (translated into English) and must show each course  completed and the grade earned.

c. Submit an official transcript from each college or university attended (translated into English).

d. Complete the test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).  The minimumrecommended score for this test is 525.  An application and a list of test centers for the test of English as a Foreign Language may be obtained by writing to:

Test of English as a Foreign Language Testing Service

P.O. Box 899

Princeton, New Jersey  08540, U.S.A.

e. Submit a statement of financial support.  Proof of financial support for the period of time  necessary to complete the degree requirements This proof should be in the form of a letter from a bank that indicates the student is financially able to support himself/herself.  If the student has a sponsor (parent, relative, business, or government agency), a statement confirming the sponsor's willingness to support the student during the period of study is necessary along with the appropriate bank statement.

f. Individuals must have proof of insurance (medical and life) or purchase appropriate   insurance.

g. Completed application for the dormitory.  Upon acceptance for admission, an              international student applicant must complete an application for the dormitory and forward a $150 dormitory deposit.  All items should be on file sixty (60) days prior to the  beginning of registration.  A decision cannot be reached on the application for admission until each of the items requested above are on file in the Office of Admissions.

h. All international students are required to live on campus.  Any exception must be approved by the Dean of Students.