Roosevelt University no longer requires that students obtain a Foreign Credential Evaluation for education completed outside of the US. Depending on the country in which you received your education, the University will either review your transcripts in-house or request an official evaluation at no cost to you. To be considered for admission, we require international transcripts meet the following criteria:
Transcripts should be sent directly to email@example.com.
Roosevelt University does not require evaluations for study abroad courses or International Baccalaureate (IB) diplomas. If you have any questions about your transcripts and whether you need a Foreign Credential Evaluation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that the evaluation coordinated by the University is only for admission to our institution. Applicants will not receive an evaluation. Individuals who would like to receive an official evaluation for multiple uses should contact International Education Evaluations, Inc. for assistance.
Applicants who wish to receive an evaluation from another company may do so, but they will not be reimbursed for the cost of the evaluation or related fees. Roosevelt University accepts foreign credential evaluations from the following agencies.
We may accept foreign credentials evaluations from other current NACES member agencies but we will only accept evaluations from agencies that require official transcripts. A detailed list of the required documents for each country can be found on the evaluation service's website. Please check the website to see which documents are needed for the country in which you completed your education. Evaluations should be submitted directly to Roosevelt by the issuing agency. Documents should be submitted to email@example.com.
What type of evaluation do I need to submit? Evaluations are not required for study-abroad coursework.
In some cases, you may be asked to submit additional information or a course syllabus when a direct course equivalent could not be verified through the foreign credit evaluation. The additional information may be needed for both undergraduate and graduate courses.