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International Application and Document Deadlines: 
 
​Semester

Deadline: Outside the U.S.​

Deadline: Inside the U.S.​​

​For Fall 2017 admission: June 30th​ ​August 9th
​For Spring 2017 admission: ​November 15th
​For Summer 2017 admission: ​April 15th
 
*Beginning November 1st, 2016, applicants will be required to pay the postage/shipping costs for I-20 forms and acceptance letters. Applicants must provide us with pre-paid postage in order to receive their I-20s and acceptance letters.
 
Select your student group below for the next required steps:
 
First-Time Freshmen (Outside the U.S.)​ ​An international first-time freshman applicant is a student who wishes to study full-time at College of the Canyons on an F-1 (student) visa or J-1 (exchange) visa, who does not yet have an F-1 (student) visa or J-1 (exchange) visa, and who is applying from outside the United States. 
​Transfer Student (Inside the U.S.) ​An international transfer applicant is a student who wishes to study full-time at College of the Canyons on an F-1 (student) visa or J-1 (exchange) visa, who possesses an F-1 (student) visa or J-1 (exchange) visa, who is currently studying at an accredited community college or university in the United States, and who is applying from inside the United States.
Part-Time/Concurrent Student (Inside the U.S.) ​An international part-time/concurrent applicant is a student who wishes to study part-time at College of the Canyons, who will be concurrently enrolled at an accredited community college or university in the United States while studying at College of the Canyons or who is the F-2 dependent of an F-1 student, and who is applying from inside the United States.
Change-of-Status Student (Inside the U.S.) An international change-of-status applicant is a student who wishes to study full-time at College of the Canyons on an F-1 (student) visa, who currently has a U.S. visa that is not an F-1 (student) or J-1 (exchange) visa, who is eligible to petition to change their current status to F-1 (student) status, and who is applying from inside the United States.