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International Admissions

Cedar Crest College is inclusive of all types of students eager to study in the United States. Non-citizens requiring an F-1 student visa are encouraged to apply to come learn at our safe, small, and beautiful campus located in a dynamic region just a few hours from New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. Our dedicated team of professionals will help guide you through the necessary steps to becoming a Cedar Crest student.

International Student Stories
Sarafina Woolridge-Burns
  • Home Country: Bermuda
  • Major: Social Work

My experience here at Cedar Crest College has been life-changing. I have learned a lot about myself since my freshman year. In the three years I have been here, I have grown as an individual and have become more confident in myself. There have been many opportunities that have helped and continue to help me grow as a leader here on campus. Everybody is always willing to help and they really care about you as a part of this community. Cedar Crest College has become my home away from home.

Yvonne R. Jallah
  • Home Country: Monrovia, Liberia
  • Major: Social Work

Cedar Crest College has helped me to develop my leadership skills through club activities including leadership conferences, campus engagements and so forth. The professors, staff members and my friends at CCC have made a great impact on life. My educative experience at Cedar Crest has empowered me to inspire others.

International Student Services

We’re committed to providing you with the right support services to ensure your success. Our friendly staff work with international students, faculty and staff, community members, US federal officials, and government agencies to give you the best experience possible.

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Scholarship Opportunities

First-year international students are eligible for Cedar Crest College scholarships.

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How to Apply

Learn more about the process to apply as an international student.

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