Evenings and Online Applicants

Evenings at AIC and AIC Online provide students access to the benefits of a college experience with the flexibility necessary to fit your hectic schedule. These programs allow you to participate in the course at a time of day that works best for your schedule. At American International College we realize that you have family, work and other time commitments outside of earing your degree. Our courses are offered in a unique format to provide you enough time to absorb the information while allowing you to complete your degree in an accelerated fashion.

Applicant for admission will be evaluated based on previous course work, grades, activities and involvement, and an optional personal statement. We don’t have minimum requirements for grades or test scores. Instead, we’re interested in your academic and life experiences. Many evening and online students often demonstrate professionalism, maturity, and self-awareness—qualities that enhance our community and elevate the learning experience for all students.

How To Apply

You can apply to AIC online or you can print and mail a paper application to us here:

American International College
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
1000 State Street
Springfield, MA 01109

What You’ll Need to Apply

High School Diploma
An official copy of your high school diploma or GED is required if you have less than 12 college credits. If you have more than 12 college credits, you may submit an unofficial copy of your high school diploma or GED.

Official College/University Transcript(s)
We can’t review your application without an official copy of your transcript from any college or university you attended. Please send transcripts to:

American International College
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
1000 State Street
Springfield, MA 01109

Personal Statement (optional)
Personal statements are also optional, but they’re a great way to tell your story first hand, and help us learn about your passions, interests, and goals. If you’re worried about your GPA, or have had a personal experience that impacted your academics, a personal statement can give us the bigger picture.
English Proficiency
If English isn’t your native language, you need to demonstrate English proficiency, most commonly through a test such as the TOEFL. Our minimum qualifying score for the TOEFL is 80 iBT. (Spring 2020 applicants and beyond, may also use the SAT exam to demonstrate English proficiency).
International Applicants
Due to varying on-campus requirements, evenings and online programs are not F1 Visa eligible. International applicants seeking to transfer to AIC are encouraged to do so in one of our full-time day programs. Please visit our transfer applicant page to learn more.

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