International Students

Thank you for your interest in the Kentucky Wesleyan College Online Bachelor’s Degree Programs. Below you will find a simple, step-by-step process to navigate the application to enrollment process. If at any time you have questions or need assistance, please feel free to reach out.

Joshua Baldwin ’05
Associate Director of Online Enrollment
Phone: 270-713-3712



Below are the the steps of the International Student Admissions process in order to begin taking courses through the Kentucky Wesleyan College Online Degree programs.

  • Complete the Kentucky Wesleyan College Online Program Application.
    • Our Online Program Application is quick, easy, and completely free to submit.
  • Submit your official transcripts.
    • All secondary school and college/university level transcripts must be submitted for review.  The transcripts must be official and in your native language.  You will also need to provide another official transcript that has been translated into English by your secondary school or college/university.  Transcripts can be emailed to your Admissions Counselor or uploaded with your application.College/university transcripts from institutions outside of the United States will be evaluated for transfer credit.  You must have your transcripts evaluated by a professional credential evaluation agency.  Kentucky Wesleyan College recommends World Education Services (WES).  Please visit the WES website at for details and instructions and list Kentucky Wesleyan College as the receiving institution.
    • The Office of Admissions reserves the right to request additional information or a personal interview.
  • All official transcripts (secondary and post-secondary) must be submitted to:
    • Kentucky Wesleyan College
      Office of Admissions
      3000 Frederica Street
      Owensboro, KY 42301
      Email to
  • If you have not earned post-secondary credits, you will submit your ACT or SAT
      • If you have taken the ACT or SAT, you can request that your ACT (code 1518) or SAT (code 1369) scores be sent to Wesleyan. If your scores are on your high school transcript, we consider that official.
      • To order an official score report, please contact:
      • or (319) 337-1313
      • or (866) 756-7346
  • Submit English Proficiency scores.
    • International students are required to submit an exam score that meets Wesleyan’s minimum English proficiency requirement.  Exception: International students whose primary and secondary educational instruction was in English and took place in a nation where English is an official spoken language are exempt from this requirement.  Scores can be emailed to your Admissions Counselor or uploaded with your application.We accept official IELTS, TOEFL, or Duolingo (DET) results from the testing headquarters.  Scoring requirements are listed below:
      • Minimum IELTS score of 6.0
      • Minimum TOEFL score of 70 (iBT)
      • Minimum DET score of 105
  • Submit your tuition deposit.
    • Once you have submitted all official documentation, an admission decision will be made and you will be notified promptly. At this time, you will submit a tuition deposit to activate your student records. The $500 USD tuition deposit will be applied to your first tuition bill. Your deposit will be submitted online by contacting the cashier’s office at (270) 852-3108 or
  • Confirm your schedule for the upcoming semester.
    • An advisor will register you for the courses needed to receive your bachelor’s degree from Kentucky Wesleyan College. The cost of tuition or regular fees is the same for all Kentucky Wesleyan Online Degree students, with your textbooks being an additional cost. Full-time online students take two 3-credit-hour courses every 7-week term.
  • Sign the Financial Responsibility Form.
    • Payment for each course is due the first day of the course. If a student owes a balance, a 1% financial charge is added at the end of the month. At this time, we do not ask for any “ability to pay” documentation. You are expected to have a $0 balance before starting courses for your next term.
  • IT Department will send log-in credentials and directions to access online learning resources to the email address on file.

Please feel free to ask questions.

Joshua Baldwin ’05
Online Enrollment Counselor
Office: 270-852-3201
Text: 270-200-5997

Lindsey Crowe ’02
Interim Director of Online Learning