Proof of high school completion and/or college-level work is required for admission.
Accepted students must submit these documents to either the campus Admissions Office or System Student Records at System Office/University Park before they can register for classes:
1. Official (original) foreign high school completion documents if in English; OR
2. Official (original) foreign high school completion documents in a foreign language AND a certified English translation; OR
3. Equivalency evaluation of foreign high school completion documents performed by AACRAO or a NACES or AICE member organization
LSC reserves the right to determine whether a document satisfies the high school completion requirement. See the List of High School Completion documents typically considered high school completion for the countries most represented at LSC.
Documents used by LSC to satisfy the high school completion requirement are for LSC admissions purposes only. LSC cannot be responsible if transfer universities have different or additional requirements.
Proof of College-level work
Applicants who listed previous college attendance in the New Student Online Application will also be required to submit official transcripts from all institutions attended and a certified translation before registering for classes.
Using Proof of College-Level Work to Satisfy High School Completion requirement
Official (original) proof of college-level course work (not English Language classes) in the U.S., can be used to satisfy this requirement.
Official (original) proof of college-level work from outside of the U.S. can be used to satisfy this requirement if it meets all three criteria below. If the original college credential is not in English, a certified translation must also be submitted.
It is from an institution recognized by that country’s Ministry of Education to offer post-secondary education or if the U.S. Department of Education considers it eligible for federal financial aid. For a list of colleges eligible for U.S. Federal Financial Aid, select “Foreign Country” in the “state” prompt on the FAFSA websiteand