A Caldwell Education
As a student at Caldwell University, you’ll make life-changing decisions over the next four years on the path to choosing your career. The quality and value of your education is measured in outcomes. With 98% of recent graduates employed, attending graduate school, or participating in service programs, it’s clear that Caldwell delivers. Approximately 99% of international students receive some sort of merit-based financial aid through scholarships, grants, and work opportunities, making a Caldwell education affordable. Employers and graduate schools continue to recognize the value of a Caldwell University degree, showing enthusiasm in hiring and offering admission to Caldwell alumni.
Caldwell At A Glance
Type of School: Private, coeducational, Catholic liberal arts university
Size of Campus: 70 acres
Number of Students: 2,200 students
Number of Faculty: 84 faculty members
Colleges, Programs, and Degrees: 31 undergraduate programs; 31 graduate and certificate programs; Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Arts, PhD in Applied Behavior Analysis, and PhD and EdD in Educational Leadership; numerous affiliation programs in the health professions
Geographic Diversity: Students representing 26 states and 41 countries
International Student Services: The Office of International Student Services advises international students on compliance with immigration laws and regulations, provides support in cultural and social adjustment, and assists student, administrative, and academic groups in their initiatives to nurture and grow international programs.
International Student Budget (2020–2021):
• Tuition: $34,900
• Room and Board: $12,760
• Student Fees: $2,000
• Total: $49,660
Financial Aid: International students are automatically considered for merit scholarships when they apply for admission. Academic scholarships range from $8,000 to full tuition, and scholarships for students with significant involvement in extracurricular activities, community service, and leadership range from $1,000–$5,000. Need-based financial aid is not available for international students.
Test Score Requirements: We are now offering test-optional admission; however, international students are still required to show proof of English proficiency by submitting any of the following test scores: TOEFL (70), IELTS (6.0), PTE Academic (48), SAT (490 in EBRW section), ACT (18 in English section), or ELS Level 112 certificate of completion.
Application Deadlines and Fees: There are specific deadlines for international students applying for F-1 nonimmigrant status.
• Recommended spring deadline: December 1
• Recommended fall deadline: June 1
• Application fee: $50 (for application fee waivers, contact firstname.lastname@example.org)