International and Diversity Program
Mount St. Joseph seeks students that are highly qualified academically. In our judgment, having students learn from each other is an important part of MSJ’s educational mission. Therefore, MSJ seeks diverse student populations that encompass a wide range of characteristics including geographic origins, social and economic backgrounds, races and ethnicities, viewpoints, special talents, and personal achievements.
Mount St. Joseph Academy welcomes students from around the world to its campus in Central Vermont. We have hosted students from Vietnam, China, South Korea, Thailand, Germany, Spain, Colombia, Brazil, New York and Boston. We provide housing in the form of “homestays” where students live with a Mount St. Joseph Academy host family. Hosts provide accommodations transportation, meals, in addition to guidance, friendship and assistance during the student’s tenure.
Mount St. Joseph Academy is registered with SEVIS, the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System, and is authorized to issue I-20's to international students so that they may acquire a F-1 Visa. In addition to the regular application for admission, international students may be required to conduct a Google Meet interview with the International Student Coordinator and other faculty members.
International Students coming from China, S. Korea and Vietnam should work through the Cambridge Institute to apply to Mount St. Joseph Academy. We are partnered with Cambridge to help international students work through the admissions process and to be placed properly. Please contact Cambridge Institute directly at Learn with Cambridge in the U.S. for more information about applying.
For all other applicants or if you have additional questions about MSJ's International Student Program, please contact Bill Bruso at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For international tuition rates, please contact email@example.com.
Study in the States
Prospective and current students can learn about the process and rules for studying in the United States as an international student.