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International Student Application Guide

International students are admitted after completing the application and submitting all required materials. Applicants will be notified of their status by email and their I-20 will be sent with their letter of acceptance. An I-20 cannot be issued until the applicant has satisfactorily submitted all required documentation.

If you have questions regarding admissions procedures, please contact the International Student Program Coordinator by email NSakraida@roguecc.edu or call 541-956-7166.


Get started with RCC's International Student Application Checklist

Application
This is the first step towards becoming an RCC student! Once the international student application has been completed and you have been formally accepted as an RCC student, you will receive a student ID number within 3-5 business days.

International Student Application for Admission (online)
International Student Application for Admission (PDF available for print)

Required Documents

*An I-20 can only be issued once the student has completed an application and satisfactorily submitted all of the items listed above.

**To be completed after you receive your official RCC Acceptance Letter
Students transferring from a United States college or university must submit their official transcripts, a copy of their I-20, visa, I-94 stamp, and a transfer request form filled out by their current international adviser. To transfer coursework from a previous institution, students must submit all their official transcripts. Once the student has been admitted, a new I-20 will be issued, and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) will be notified of the transfer.

If you have previously completed college coursework in your country that you would like to transfer to RCC, you must submit your coursework to an outside credential evaluation service. The evaluation must be a course-by-course evaluation assessed by an organization that is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). Click here for a list of NACES members,

Students transferring from a Regionally Accredited US College or University may be able to waive the Placement Assessment with official transcripts.

You may be required to take the College Placement Assessment. The test is an assessment of your skills to ensure you are placed in the correct classes. You will need to have photo identification, such as your passport or visa. On average, the test takes approximately 2 hours. 

Please submit printed application materials to: 
Rogue Community College
c/o International Student Admissions
3345 Redwood Hwy.
Grants Pass, OR 97527

Or email all supporting documents to:
Nicole Sakraida at NSakraida@roguecc.edu
541-956-7166


Americans with Disabilities (ADA & ADAAA) and Rehabilitation Act Information
Rogue Community College does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admissions or access to its programs, services, and activities. If you have a disability and need accommodations, auxiliary aides, or services, please contact Access and Disability Services at (541) 956-7337 or email accessoffice@roguecc.edu. Individuals are not required to disclose disability in the admissions process. Access and Disability Services staff can provide assistance and guidance during the application process if you have any questions. Individuals with disabilities are required to meet the essential functions of the curriculum and program with reasonable accommodations.

Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action
The College shall comply with all local, state, and federal laws related to equal opportunity and affirmative action in its employment practices, services, programs, and activities. The College is committed to providing an inclusive environment and equal opportunity to all persons and prohibits all forms of discrimination based on age, gender, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, pregnancy, veteran’s status, familial relationship, expunged juvenile record, or other status or characteristic protected by law, or association with individuals in such protected status or characteristic.

Non-Discrimination
The College promotes non-discrimination by maintaining a respectful working and learning environment free of all forms of discrimination and harassment. It is against district policy for any manager, supervisor, faculty, staff, or student to engage in discrimination of any member of the College community based on race, color, religion, ethnicity, national origin, age, sex, marital status, disability, or sexual orientation. The College shall comply with all local, state and federal laws regarding non-discrimination.