Arkansas State University

Arkansas State University

Jonesboro , United States
  • 67
    Acceptance Rate
  • 160
    Available Programs
  • 14200
    Students
  • 15860
    Average Cost
  • 76
    Employment Rate
  • Program
    Co-op
  • Permit
    Work

Overview

The economic and cultural engine of Northeast Arkansas, A-State’s public-private partnerships include hosting the New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine which is Arkansas’ first osteopathic medical school, the creation of Mexico’s first American-style university with ASUCQ in Queretaro, and working with O’Reilly Management for the Red Wolf Convention Center and Embassy Suites.

Entry requirements

  • Application Fee

A non-refundable $50 application fee. There are no application fee waivers given.

  • College/University/Post-Secondary Transcript (Graduate Students) or High School Transcript (Undergraduate Students)

It is A-State’s policy that a student MUST disclose all academic work. Transcripts must be received in both the native language and in English if English is not the native language. 

  • Financial Statement

Also, called a bank letter. This should be submitted in English and issued by the bank or financial institution. The document must be less than one year old and show liquid assets. 

  • Letters of Recommendation (Graduate Students) 

Different programs require the student to send up to three letters from the recommenders.

  • Official Documents Signature Page

ASU can accept most copies of unofficial documents. This form certifies that the student understands that all official documents in a properly sealed envelope must be brought upon arrival. Failure to bring these documents will result in non-enrollment, which in turn will result in the termination of the immigration record. 

  • Passport

A copy of the biographical page of the passport. This must not expire within one calendar year from the start of the enrollment term.

  • Proof of English Proficiency
  • Statement of Purpose (Graduate Students) 

A letter stating the intent of enrolling in the program, which can include your goals, and etc. 

  • University Diploma

Degree certificate that shows the student has been awarded a degree. This must include the degree type and the month/year when the credential was awarded. This must come in the native language and in English if English is not the native language.

Scholarship & funding

There are some scholarships available for international students here

Campuses

Student life

Stepping onto the globally connected campus, students can sense the excitement… a world of new connections, relationships, and endless possibilities unfolding right before their eyes. From the ever-busy Student Union to hundreds of opportunities for student involvement, the campus is buzzing with activity!