You do not need to submit a TOEFL score when you apply for admission. Students who are admissible to an academic program may be conditionally accepted without providing the required TOEFL score. You may send us your official TOEFL score later or we will test your English when you arrive in Wichita. Students who do not meet our English requirement will be required to enroll in the WSU Intensive English Language Center. Students may prove they are proficient in English in ANY of the following ways:
|Internet-based TOEFL (iBT)||72|
|Paper-based TOEFL (PBT)||530|
|IELTS overall band score||6.0|
|SAT I verbal score||410|
|ACT English section||20|
|WSU English Proficiency Examination||80|
|WSU Intensive English Language Center||Successful completion of highest level|
|Study at another U.S. college or university||30 transferable semester credit hours|
|ELS Language Center||Successful completion of level 112|
We cannot accept any score report that was originally issued to the student. IELTS results must be sent to WSU directly from an IELTS Testing Center. TOEFL results must be sent directly to Wichita State from the Educational Testing Service (ETS). SAT results must be sent directly from the College Board. Our institution code for the TOEFL and SAT is 6884. ACT results must be sent directly from ACT. Our institution code for ACT results is 1472. Official PTE Academic scores must be sent to Wichita State University directly from Pearsons.
The WSU English Proficiency Examination (EPE) may only be taken by new students who have admission to an undergraduate program but have not yet met the University's mininum English proficiency requirement. The exam costs US$75 and may only be taken once. Current or former WSU students (IELC, undergraduate, or graduate) are not eligible to take this exam. Sample Questions
Students who do not meet one of the above requirements by the time they arrive in Wichita will be required to study in the WSU Intensive English Language Center. Students with undergraduate admission and an iBT TOEFL score between 61 and 71 (or its equivalent) may enroll concurrently in undergraduate classes and the WSU Intensive English Language Center. Students scoring below 61 on the iBT TOEFL (or its equivalent) must enroll full-time in the WSU Intensive English Language Center.