Resumption Date for Cisco Junior College after COVID-19 Outbreak 2020

Resumption Date for Cisco Junior College after COVID-19 Outbreak

Cisco Junior College in Cisco, Texas located in Eastland County, The management of the university due to COVID-19 outbreak has been drawn to the notification of rescheduling of activities. the fresh and returning students are hereby advice to follow the new process. read through. Programme


Resumption Date for Cisco Junior College


Note: Cisco College remains closed to students but, open for faculty and staff. Essential services will continue as long as possible to ensure you receive the support necessary. I assure you that we will do our very best to ensure your needs are addressed in the best way possible. It is our hope that you are safe and ready to complete your Spring 2020 semester online.

Residence halls on the Cisco Campus will be closed for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester. Arrangements are currently underway for students residing on the Cisco Campus to retrieve their personal belongings and check out of residence halls.

For additional updates and resources concerning the COVID-19 situation, you may access the college’s COVID-19 website on this page.

Students scheduled to graduate in May will be receiving an update soon concerning any postponement or cancellation of the May 2nd, graduation ceremony. I wish you all the very best and the utmost success.



However, The Cisco Junior College admission is in progress, interested candidate are hereby advice to read the instruction below on how to apply.

International Students

Prospective students who are not legal citizens of the United States and are planning to enter the U.S. on an F-1 visa will need to submit the following required documentation no later than the stated deadlines, for consideration of acceptance to Cisco College. Please submit all documents, including the $100.00 (USD-US dollar) application fee, in one packet.

International Student Liaison
Cisco College
101 College Heights
Cisco, Texas 76437


How To Apply

    1. $100.00 (USD-US dollar)  non-refundable International Student Application Fee-this fee must be received before a student ID is issued to a student. DUE TO THE COST AND EXPENSE OF MAILING TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES AN I-20 WILL NOT BE ISSUED UNTIL THE $100 (USD)  APPLICATION FEE IS RECEIVED FROM THE APPLICANT. This is a required fee and is charged to ALL international students and is not covered by scholarships. This fee will need to be submitted in the form of a cashier’s check or money order made out to Cisco College. *IMPORTANT: All documents that are not in English must be accompanied with an official translation. 
    2. International Application – Please complete and print this application.
    3. Certificate of Health – Please print this form and take it to your medical doctor to be completed and signed.
    4. Legible copies of immunization records for: Diphtheria and Tetanus (within the last 10 years), Bacterial Meningitis (within the last 5 years), Poliomyelitis (types I, II and III), Measles, Mumps, and Rubella. Please note: if records are not in English, translation is required.
    5. Official transcripts of completion from high school or a secondary school, and official transcripts from all colleges attended. If the transcript is not in English, translation will need to accompany the official transcript.  Official translated transcripts  will only be accepted from the following transcript translator services: EDUCATIONAL CREDENTIAL EVALUATORS, INC.- FOREIGN CREDENTIALS SERVICE OF AMERICA – WORLD EDUCATION SERVICES, INC – SPANTRAN: THE EVALUATION COMPANY –
    6. Confirmation of Financial Resources–  Please print this form and have your, or your sponsor’s, financial institution complete, sign, and seal the appropriate areas. Also, submit financial evidence of $15,000.00 USD, such as a current bank statement or official letter from the bank. Both documents must not be older than six (6) months at the time you begin classes. Please note: if you have been granted a scholarship for a Cisco College sport, you will need to submit evidence of the difference between the scholarship amount and the $15,000.00.  You will also need to have funds to cover the $100 (USD) application fee.
    7. If English is not your native language, the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is required. Website: Score report minimum scores: PBT– 500;  iBT– 61. The IELTS score is also accepted-the minimum score is 6.    Institution Code: 003553.
    8. Any documentation showing proof of dependents (if applicable).
    9. A copy of the front page of your passport showing your name, country of origin and the expiration date of the passport.
    10. Statement of Understanding – Please print and complete.
    11. Copies of all I-20’s issued since initial entrance into the United States, if applicable.
    12. All international students are required to provide proof of health insurance coverage prior to the first class day.   Cisco College requires that all international students must have health and accident insurance for the length of time the student is enrolled in classes. The student may not allow health/accident insurance to lapse during their enrollment at Cisco College. The coverage for health/accident insurance must be purchased through International Student Protection (ISP) at the following website: The coverage for international student athlete health insurance must be purchased through PGH Global/United Healthcare International Student Insurance Plan.

F-1 students wanting to transfer from another U.S. college must submit the following items in addition to those listed above, no later than the stated deadlines: 

  1. A copy of your F-1 visa.
  2. A copy of your I-94 card (front and back).
  3. A copy of your current I-20 (all three pages).
  4. A copy of your Social Security card, if you have already been issued a card/number since having been in the United States.
  5. An Advisors Report completed by your current International Student Advisor.

Prospective students who have been granted acceptance to Cisco College will be notified by letter and an initial I-20, as soon as your documents have been processed. The student can then go to his or her Embassy to obtain the F-1 visa, unless they are already in the United States on an F-1 visa. Cisco College accepts F-1 visas only. Please note that students who do not have a Social Security number will be issued a Cisco College ID number.


Concurrent International Students

International students who are enrolled full-time at another college/university and who have SEVIS records that are maintained by that institution, but wish to concurrently enroll in courses at Cisco College, will need to submit the following documents to the International Student Liaison in order to register for courses at Cisco College:

  1. Official transcript from current college or university
  2. International Application Please complete and print this application.
  3. Proof of the Bacterial Meningitis vaccine given within the last five years
  4. Copies of current I-20, passport, F-1 visa, and I-94
  5. An Advisors Report completed by your current International Student Advisor

A Cisco College ID number will be issued to students who do not have a Social Security number.

International Student Liaison
Cisco College
101 College Heights
Cisco, Texas 76437  

All items must be received by the International Student Liaison according to the following deadlines:

    • July 1 for the August mini-mester
    • July 15 for the Fall semester
    • November 1 for the December mini-mester
    • November 15 for the Spring semester
    • April 1 for the May and July mini-mesters
    • April 15 for the Summer semester



Deadlines for International Students applying to Cisco College:

  • July 15 for the Fall semester
  • November 15 for the Spring semester
  • April 15 for the Summer semesters


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