This may include but is not limited to advising, immigration and visa guidance, admissions and enrollment requirements, student engagement, service learning opportunities, and leadership development. The International Student Coordinator is located on the first floor of Franciscan Hall in the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership.
All Fall Semester Applicants must have their application and all associated forms submitted by June 15.
All Spring Semester Applicants must have their application and all associated forms submitted by November 1.
We understand that the international application process can be confusing - there are free government resources that help explain the rules when it comes international education. Learn more by reviewing the Study in the States page.
All students who plan to attend Hilbert must accept their admissions offer by submitting an enrollment deposit as soon as possible. Students who deposit early on will receive priority registration and preferred housing (resident students only)!
View the costs of attendance and additional fees on our Costs page.
Refer to your acceptance letter for information regarding deposit deadlines. An Admissions Counselor will contact you to explain any additional actions necessary.
CSS Profile is an online form for all degree-seeking international students to complete. It's a simple way to let schools know about your academic and financial background. It's also a great way to get in touch with schools that might be interested in you.
Exchange students from partner universities do not have to complete the CSS profile.
Hilbert College does not provide a fee waiver for the CSS profile.
The I-20 application is required to come to the United States as a student and to obtain a student visa. Please complete the I-20 Checklist Item in Slate with all required documentation. Once you have received your official I-20 from the PDSO, you will need to print the I-20 out and sign and date it.
You will then create a SEVIS account and pay the I-901 SEVIS fee ($350). Keep the I-901 fee receipt for the visa interview (when applicable)."
Please read through the following links carefully and be sure to submit ALL required documentation as early as possible. All forms are due by August 1st for Fall and January 1st for the spring semesters.
Is Health Insurance Required?
Health insurance is MANDATORY for student-athletes and on-campus resident students and are required to show proof of personal health insurance prior to moving into the residence halls. While Hilbert does not offer health insurance plans, students can view available plans through the Individual Marketplace as a result of the Affordable Care Act. For more information on the Marketplace options available to you, please navigate to https://nystateofhealth.ny.gov/ and click on “Get Started.”
For questions about immunization requirements, insurance information, or any other health and wellness questions, please visit our Health and Wellness page or contact the Office of Student Life by phone at 716-926-8793 or by e-mail.
Students will not be allowed to move in to their residence hall until they have submitted all required health forms.
Following CDC and New York State Department of Health guidelines, our requirements for COVID-19 are subject to change. You can view our updated policies on our COVID updates page. All on-campus community members are required to be vaccinated. Medical and religious exemption approvals will occur within 48 hours of submission.
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Hilbert College makes several services and resources available to support the educational process of all students. From academic services and help in the classroom to the counseling and career development, Hilbert College is committed to serving the needs of all students.
Completing the following forms allow us to custom tailor our services to your needs and ensure that you receive the best educational outcomes!
Should you have any questions before completing these forms, please contact the Office of Accessibility Services at 716-649-7900, ext. 260 or by email.
Once there, you need to complete DS-160 form (Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application) and a photo that meets requirements and then schedule a visa interview at a US embassy or consulate. Find out more at the Bureau of Consular Affairs.
Hilbert's school code is BUF214F00454000 and can be found on the I-20 in the School information Section.
Canadian students do not require a visa, but must present a valid Form I-20 at the time of admission.
Please contact your international student coordinator with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students that submit their enrollment deposit early will receive priority registration.
New students that have accepted their admissions offer by depositing will be contacted to schedule their registration appointment, based on the date of their deposit.
Fall Entry Term: Deposited students will be contacted as early as March 31st to schedule their new student advisement appointment.
Spring Entry Term: Deposited students will be contacted as early as November 15th to schedule their new student advisement appointment.
Please contact the admissions office with any questions (716-926-8780) or email@example.com.
Orientation is mandatory for all new freshmen and transfer students entering Hilbert College.
For more information and to register for New Student Orientation, please visit our Orientation page.
Questions/concerns? Please contact Alex Gill, Director of Student Involvement at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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