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ADMISSION DATES FOR SPRING & FALL SEMESTERS
*Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.
FALL 2024: Applications will be accepted between April 1- May 15, 2024.
- Deadline to submit all required admissions application documents for Fall 2024 is May 15, 2024.
SPRING 2025: Applications will be accepted between September 1-October 15, 2024.
- Deadline to submit all required admissions application documents for Spring 2025 is October 15, 2024.
Applicants who applied by the deadline will be notified within 4 weeks of their admissions status.
Miramar College will accept a limited number of nonimmigrant F-1 visa students. Acceptance into the program is necessary before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Form I-20 is issued by the college. The decision to grant an acceptance will be based on all evidence received prior to the deadlines. We encourage prospective & continuing F-1 students interested in the latest visa information, to visit the Department of State website: https://studyinthestates.dhs.gov
International students must enroll in and maintain full-time status (12 units) each semester while at Miramar College. Part-time status will not be approved. The registration status and academic performance of all international students will be monitored by the college.
Prospective international students are advised that they must comply with all requirements of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and San Diego Miramar College to be admitted as international students.
Transfer Students from another accredited United States college or university must:
- Complete the application for international student;
- Submit all supporting documents;
- Have pursued a full-time course of study with a minimum GPA of 2.0 (C) at the college the student was last authorized to attend. An official transcript must be filed, and;
- Follow set transfer procedures of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
San Diego Miramar College does not offer an intensive program of English as a Second Language.
San Diego Miramar College offers lower division coursework towards a vocational certificate, a two-year associate degree, and preparation for a four-year bachelor's degree or graduate program.
If you already possess a baccalaureate or college degree or the equivalent (completion of about 60 units), you may be considered beyond the course offerings of San Diego Miramar College and are encouraged to apply to a four-year college or university. Exceptions may be granted for students declaring a new major or needing additional lower division courses.