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International Student

If you are an incoming International Student, follow the steps below for admission and refer to the Application Checklist.pdfApplication Checklist.pdf 

For more information, refer to the International Services web site.
In order to be admitted to TCC and be issued an I-20, future students must complete the following steps.

 Step 1


 Step 3


C​omplete English Proficiency Testing

Incoming International Students must submit official TOEFL report or IELTS report. If your native language is not English, a TOEFL score must be submitted with a required minimum score of  133 (computer-based), 450 (paper-based), or 45 (Internet-Based), or an IELTS score with required minimum of 4.5.


 Step 4


​Submit a Financial Statement

Submit a bank statement (CFR: also known as Certificate of Financial Responsibility) including a certification letter written in English from a bank on letterhead and stamped by bank officials with financial data recorded in U.S. dollars for the amount of $23,850. This statement should be recent and not older than six months.




 Step 5


​Next Steps

Attend a mandatory orientation for all new International Students. You will be notified by mail or email of the orientation date.

If you have completed all of the steps above, we would like to welcome you to the TCC family. We are confident that you will have a superb and successful college experience at TCC. The following links will help you get started for your first day of class.


Contact Information

For more information contact Admissions and Enrollment Services by phone (850) 201-8555 or e-mail

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