While we make no apologies for our Christian commitment, we do not require an individual be a professing Christian to attend. Students are exposed to Christianity through their coursework, our community and mandatory chapel attendance. We ask students who attend Tabor College to sign a community lifestyle covenant. The standards contained in our covenant include abstaining from sexual immorality, tobacco and alcohol while a student at Tabor.
While the cost varies from year to year, the cost for the 2010-11 academic year is as follows (U.S. dollars):
There are scholarships and grants available. You should know that Tabor College does not offer any full tuition scholarships. Everyone pays some tuition, all room and board charges and all books and fees.
If a student’s high school level classes were taught in English, the Vice President may make a decision to waive the TOEFL requirement. For all other international students, the minimum TOEFL score is 525 for the paper based test or 195 on the computer based test, or 70 on the internet based test.
You can apply to Tabor College electronically by clicking on the apply for admission page and following the prompts. You will also need to complete all of the international student forms that apply and return them to our office.
Once your application is completed and submitted, you will need to submit the following:
Make sure to double check all the requirements for admission.
Following your admission, Tabor will issue an I-20 visa form.
We trust this will help answer your questions. If you desire further communication, please inform us via e-mail to Lee Waldron. Mr. Waldron serves as the admissions counselor for international students and you can feel free to contact him.
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