Currently in the U.S. at another school: Transfer Process
If you are currently an F-1 student at another institution in the United States, after you have been accepted to GCU, we will assist you with the transfer process in SEVIS. You must currently be maintaining legal F-1 status and be able to start classes here within 5 months of the transfer out of your current school. Please follow the procedures listed below
Complete application, including the International Student Sheet.
Submit evidence of proficiency of English if your native language is not English. You may submit an original TOEFL (www.ets.org/toefl), IELTS (http://www.ielts.org/ or http://www.ets.org/toeic). This requirement can be waived if you have attended high school or college in the United States for one year or more.
Submit official transcripts from secondary school/s.
Submit official transcripts from all college-level institutions.
Obtain a course by course evaluation of all college-level courses taken at institutions outside the United States. We work closely with a local evaluator at http://www.iceinaz.com but you can choose an evaluator from those listed in GCU's catalog . The international enrollment counselor can assist you with this process.
Submit original documentation of financial guarantee showing you have the funds to cover the costs of your education. If funds are from someone other than yourself, submit an affidavit of support from your sponsor. Talk with an international enrollment counselor about the estimated costs for the program you plan to take.
To ensure the I-20 document to be sent to you is spelled correctly, submit a copy of your passport, birth certificate or other official identification.
If you are currently in the United States as an F-1 student studying at another school, please follow the instructions for transferring to Grand Canyon University.
Submit all application material by fax to: 602.589.2445 or by mail to:
Center for International Education Grand Canyon University 3300 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85017
Failure to follow through on the transfer process could result in violation of your F-1 visa status.