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    K-State Undergraduate Catalog 2002-2004
    About the Catalog
    About the University
    Calendar
    Glossary and Abbreviations
    Admission
    dGeneral Admission Information
    dCampus Visits
    dGlossary of Terms
    dFreshman Admission
    dTransfer Admission
    dSpecial and Nondegree Student Admission
    dInternational Admission
    dEnglish Proficiency
    dFraudulent Applications
    dReadmit Students
    Academic Advising
    Enrollment
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    English Proficiency

    Admission requirements
    All undergraduate students whose primary language is not English must show proficiency in English before being admitted. Students may do this by presenting acceptable results from TOEFL, SAT or ACT. If the student cannot show adequate proficiency the following conditional admission options may be offered:

    1. Full-time study in the English Language Program before pursuing academic studies.

    2. A combination of part-time study in the English Language Program and part-time study in his or her academic area.

    Enrollment requirements
    All new students whose primary language is not English must demonstrate English Language proficiency before completing enrollment for the first time at the university. This requirement applies to international and non-international, permanent residents, immigrants, transfer and non-transfer student alike. An assessment test of written and spoken proficiency is given by the English Language Program prior to each enrollment period. If results of the student's proficiency level indicate inadequate preparation, the director of the English Language Program may recommend one of the following conditional enrollment options.

    1. Full-time study in the English Language Program until adequate proficiency is demonstrated.

    2. A combination of part-time study (6 hours) in the English Language Program and part-time study (6 hours) in the academic area until adequate proficiency for full-time academic study is demonstrated.

    3. Full enrollment in an academic program with no English language requirements.

    Topics within Admission:
    dGeneral Admission Information dTransfer Admission dFraudulent Applications
    dCampus Visits dSpecial and Nondegree Student Admission dReadmit Students
    dGlossary of Terms dInternational Admission   
    dFreshman Admission dEnglish Proficiency   
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    Kansas State University
    June 5, 2003