You must submit the following documentation after you have been admitted to Ball State, and we suggest that you submit the materials as soon as possible.
Passport Photocopy — You must provide a copy of the main passport page for you and any dependents (including your spouse) you plan to bring with you to Ball State.
Financial Documentation — You must document your ability to pay for your living expenses and university fees through one of the following:
- personal funding
- private sponsorship (family and friends)
- Ball State sponsorship
Financial documents are valid for only six months from the date of issue. Applicants are allowed to have a maximum of three sponsors for their education.
Note: If your exchange consortium (for example, ISEP) is sponsoring your studies, then we do not require financial documentation.
Third party release form – You will receive this document as an email attachment. Please fill it out and include any advisors, such as your home institution coordinators, whom you might wish us to release information to concerning your application.
Ball State cannot create visa-enabling documents for international students (I-20 or DS-2019) until we have received these items.
You can submit all necessary documentation by:
After Step 3
- You will receive an email confirming that we received your documents and are reviewing your file.
- You will receive your visa-enabling documentation (I-20 or DS-2019) by express mail courier after Ball State confirms your admission.