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International Student Admissions

Attending college in a different country is a big adjustment, but also a great opportunity. At PCC, you’ll join a welcoming, Christian environment where everyone you meet is eager to help you feel at home. Entering a new community is a great chance to grow in your faith and pursue a common goal: influencing the world for Christ.

There are a few key differences in the admissions process for international students, including the requirement of the English proficiency language test (TOEFL). If you have any questions, our team of international admissions counselors are ready to help! Give us a call at 850-478-8496.

Looking for application deadlines? Pensacola Christian College follows a “rolling admissions” policy, meaning we accept qualified candidates as they apply until all available spaces are filled. Even though there’s no formal application deadline, we encourage you to apply at least six months in advance.

After you’ve submitted your application, you can check your application status using our applicant portal.

PCC’s Enrollment Process

PCC's Enrollment Process

With our simple, 4-step admissions process, your journey at PCC can begin today. Become part of a community that is driven and dedicated to help you succeed. We look forward to your application!

What You’ll Need to Apply:

  • Personal Information
  • Educational Background
  • $50 Non-refundable Application Fee
  • $125 Reservation Deposit
Apply Admission

What You’ll Need for Admittance:

  • Official High School Transcript, GED, or Credential Evaluation Service
  • Admissions Essay
  • English Grammar and Mathematics Placement Exams (high scores may waive entrance exam requirement)
  • Official College Entrance Exam Scores (ACT/CLT/SAT) if required
  • Official TOEFL Scores
College Code Minimum Score
ACT 0707 18
CLT PCC 55 (62 if taken prior to April 26, 2023)
SAT 5970 960
TOEFL 5970 Internet-​based:
61 (15 per section)
GED Pass

To make your transition to college easier, check out our financial aid options!

*Because of federal law, PCC is required to give first-priority jobs for U.S. citizens. However, if jobs are still available (and usually they are), we will be able to provide you with an on-campus job. **The United States Citizenship and Immigration Service will not permit international students to be employed in the United States off campus to meet their financial obligations.
Attend Admission

What to Submit Before You Attend:

  • Payment for one semester’s tuition, room and board, and fees.*
  • Proof of transportation
  • Completed Immunization Records
  • Completed Medical Screening Form
  • Statement of Financial Responsibility
  • Power of Attorney (under age 18)
  • Rock Climbing/FlowRider Waiver (under age 18)
  • Student Disclosure Statement (under age 18)
  • Copy of your passport
  • Proof of financial support
*If the international student is not granted admission, the prepaid tuition, room and board, fees, and transportation payments are refundable.
Your Form I-20 will not be sent until PCC has received all of your necessary paperwork and the payment for your first-semester tuition and fees. United States immigration regulations mandate that no international student should travel to the U.S. without receiving his official letter of acceptance and Form I-20.



Talk to an International Admissions Counselor



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Below you’ll find answers to the questions we get asked the most about applying for undergraduate study.

PCC will send your Form I-20 after all of your necessary paperwork and the payment of your first-semester tuition, transportation payments, and fees have been received.

United States immigration regulations mandate that international students should NOT travel to the U.S. without receiving an official letter of acceptance, Form I-20, and student visa (F-1).

For international students only, the prepaid tuition, room and board, fees, and transportation payments are refundable if the student is not granted admission at PCC. The application fee is non-refundable.

No. PCC only accepts the TOEFL test.

No. PCC does not offer financial aid to international students.

You should apply six months before you plan on starting at PCC.

Only Canadians can use the payment plan; otherwise, you will need to pay for the semester upfront.

This is a deposit that the student gives the school to hold if they need to leave the country. If you do not use this deposit, it will be refunded upon leaving the college (graduation, withdrawal).

Because of federal law, PCC is required to give first-priority jobs to U.S. citizens and permanent residents. However, if positions are still available (and usually they are), we will be able to provide you with an on-campus job.

None. We can suggest a company to you, but PCC does not provide any insurance.

Not long before you arrive, you will receive an email with the information needed to register online.

Once you’re ready, your Admissions Counselor will send you an email containing your Form I-20 and other materials required for your VISA appointment. Once you receive this email packet, you can make a VISA appointment with the U.S. embassy in your country.