Student Visa Process
Once you have been admitted to Judson University, you will send a payment of $500 (USD). $250 (USD) will be applied to your bill as the enrollment deposit and $150 (USD) will be applied to your bill as the housing deposit. In the unfortunate case that you are unable to attend Judson this money can be refunded to you if required before June 1st. The additional $100 (USD) is an international fee for the cost of creating and shipping your I-20 and your welcome basket.
The I-20 is a United States Immigration document that shows that you have been admitted to Judson University. This document must be presented at your local United States Embassy, along with a receipt proving that you have paid the $200 SEVIS fee (click here for details).
Once you have received your I-20 from Judson University and have paid your SEVIS fee, you will need to make an appointment with your local United States Embassy.
Payment Options for International Students
Judson University has partnered with peerTransfer in order to streamline the process of international payments. peerTransfer allows you to pay securely from any country and any bank, generally in your home currency.By making your payment with peerTransfer you can - Track your payments from start to finish - Save on bank fees and exchange rates - Contact their multilingual customer support team with any questions, day or night
To get started, click or go to: judsonu.peerTransfer.com to begin the payment process.