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US University Partners

American Language Academy is pleased to provide higher education pathways for students to over 80 universities and colleges within the United States. This is possible through our many ALA university and college partners, World Education Group, Shorelight Education, ONCAMPUS, and other partners. With over 80 universities and colleges to choose from, our students have endless educational possibilities.

Our partners agree that graduation from Level 5 of the Intensive English Program and English for Academic Purposes Program satisfies their English language proficiency requirements for admission in lieu of the TOEFL, IELTS or other standardized tests. ALA partners provide conditional letters of admission (CLA) for students who meet all other admission requirements upon enrollment at ALA in anticipation of the students’ successful completion of our programs.

The following institutions have signed various agreements with ALA:

1.        Alamance Community CollegeGraham, North Carolinawww.alamancecc.edu
2.        Appalachian State UniversityBoone, North Carolinawww.appstate.edu
3.        Atlantis UniversityMiami, Floridawww.atlantisuniversity.edu
4.        Benjamin Franklin Institute of TechnologyBoston, Massachusettswww.bfit.edu
5.        Bennett CollegeGreensboro, North Carolinawww.bennett.edu
6.        ECPI UniversityVirginia, North Carolina, and South Carolinawww.ecpi.edu
7.        Elon UniversityElon, North Carolinawww.elon.edu
8.        Fisher CollegeBoston, Massachusettswww.fisher.edu
9.        Full Sail UniversityWinter Park, Floridawww.fullsail.edu
10.     Greensboro CollegeGreensboro, North Carolinawww.greensboro.edu
11.     High Point UniversityHigh Point, North Carolinawww.highpoint.edu
12.     Hollins UniversityRoanoke, Virginiawww.hollins.edu
13.     Lenore Rhyne UniversityHickory, North Carolinawww.lr.edu
14.     Lesley UniversityCambridge, Massachusettswww.lesley.edu
15.     Lincoln Memorial UniversityHarrogate, Tennesseewww.lmunet.edu
16.     Living Arts CollegeRaleigh/Durham, North Carolinawww.living-arts-college.edu
17.     Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health SciencesBoston, Massachusettswww.mcphs.edu
18.     Millennia Atlantic UniversityDoral, Floridawww.maufl.edu
19.     Nash Community CollegeRocky Mount, North Carolinawww.nashcc.edu
20.     North Carolina A&T State UniversityGreensboro, North Carolinawww.ncat.edu
21.     Potomac State CollegeKeyser, West Virginiawww.potomacstatecollege.edu
22.     Salem CollegeWinston-Salem, North Carolinawww.salem.edu
23.     SUNY CobleskillCobleskill, New Yorkwww.cobleskill.edu
24.     Tarleton State UniversityStephenville, Texaswww.tarleton.edu
25.      Texas A&M University Corpus ChristiCorpus Christi, Texaswww.tamucc.edu
26.     University of California RiversideRiverside, Californiawww.ucr.edu
27.     University of South Carolina- AikenAiken, South Carolinawww.usca.edu
28.     Adelphi UniversityGarden City, New Yorkwww.adelphi.edu/international
29.     American UniversityWashington, D.C.www.american.edu/accelerator
30.     Auburn UniversityAuburn, Alabamawww.auburnglobal.org
31.     Florida International UniversityMiami, Floridawww.globalfiu.com
32.     Louisiana State UniversityBaton Rouge, Louisianawww.lsuglobal.com
33.     The University of KansasLawrence, Kansaswww.internationalku.com
34.     University of Central FloridaOrlando, Floridawww.globalucf.com
35.     University of Illinois at ChicagoChicago, Illinoiswww.uicinternational.org
36.     University of South Carolina- ColumbiaColumbia, South Carolinawww.sc.edu
37.     University of the PacificStockton, Californiawww.pacific.edu/uopinternational
38.     University of DaytonDayton, Ohioudayton.edu
39.     Auburn University- MontgomeryMontgomery, Alabamahttp://www.aum.edu
40.     California State University Monterey BayMonterey Bay, Californiawww.csumb.edu
41.     Illinois Institute of TechnologyChicago, Illinoiswww.uri.edu
42.     University of RochesterRochester, New Yorkwww.rochester.edu
43.     University of North TexasDenton, Texaswww.unt.edu
44.     University of Rhode IslandKingston, Rhode Islandweb.iit.edu
45.     SUNY- Morrisville State CollegeMorrisville, New Yorkwww.morrisville.edu
46.     Arkansas State UniversityJonesboro, Arkansaswww.astate.edu
47.     Bellarmine UniversityLouisville, Kentuckywww.bellarmine.edu
48.     Buena Vista UniversityStorm Lake, Iowawww.bvu.edu
49.     California State University Monterey BayMonterey Bay, Californiawww.csumb.edu
50.     Campbell UniversityBuies Creek, North Carolinawww.campbell.edu
51.     City University of SeattleBellevue, Washingtonwww.cityu.edu
52.     College of San MateoSan Mateo, Californiawww.collegeofsanmateo.edu
53.     Concordia University of Saint PaulSt. Paul, Minnesotawww.csp.edu
54.     Fairmont State UniversityFairmont, West Virginiawww.fairmontstate.edu
55.     Florida Southern CollegeLakeland, Floridawww.flsouthern.edu
56.     Humboldt State UniversityArcata, Californiawww.humboldt.edu
57.     Johnson and Wales UniversityNorth Carolina, Florida, and Coloradowww.jwu.edu
58.     Lipscomb UniversityNashville, Tennesseewww.lipscomb.edu
59.     Montana State UniversityBozeman, Montanawww.montana.edu
60.     Northern Arizona UniversityFlagstaff, Arizonawww.nau.edu
61.     Northern Michigan UniversityMarquette, Michiganwww.nmu.edu
62.     Notre Dame de Namur UniversityBelmont, Californiawww.ndnu.edu
63.     Robert Morris UniversityTownship, Pennsylvaniawww.rmu.edu
64.     SUNY- Alfred State CollegeAlfred, New Yorkwww.alfredstate.edu
65.     SUNY- Broome Community CollegeBinghamton, New Yorkwww.sunybroome.edu
66.     SUNY- Buffalo State CollegeBuffalo, New Yorksuny.buffalostate.edu
67.     SUNY- College at BrockportBrockport, New Yorkwww.brockport.edu
68.     SUNY- FredoniaFredonia, New Yorkfredonia.edu
69.     SUNY- Fulton-Montgomery Community CollegeJohnstown, New Yorkwww.fmcc.edu
70.     SUNY- GeneseoGeneseo, New Yorkwww.geneseo.edu
71.     SUNY- Monroe Community CollegeRochester, New Yorkwww.monroecc.edu
72.     SUNY- New PaltzNew Paltz, New Yorkwww.newpaltz.edu
73.     SUNY- Old WestburyLong Island, New Yorkwww.oldwestbury.edu
74.     SUNY- University at AlbanyAlbany, New Yorkwww.albany.edu
75.     Tennessee Tech UniversityCookesville, Tennesseewww.tntech.edu
76.     Tiffin UniversityTiffin, Ohiowww.tiffin.edu
77.     University of CharlestonCharleston, West Virginiawww.ucwv.edu
78.     University of IdahoMoscow, Idahowww.uidaho.edu
79.     University of New HavenNew Haven, Connecticutwww.newhaven.edu
80.     University of New MexicoAlbuquerque, New Mexicowww.unm.edu
81.     University of Rhode IslandKingston, Rhode Islandwww.uri.edu
82.     University of TennesseeKnoxville, Tennesseewww.utk.edu
83.     Western New England UniversitySpringfield, Massachusettswww.wne.edu
84.     Wilkes UniversityWilkes-Barre, Pennsylvaniawww.wilkes.edu
85.     University of Massachusetts BostonBoston, Massachusettswww.umb.edu
86.     University of Massachusetts LowellLowell, Massachusettswww.uml.edu
87.     University of Massachusetts DartmouthDartmouth, Massachusettswww.umassd.edu
88.     University of New HampshireDurham, New Hampshirewww.unh.edu
89.     Virginia Commonwealth UniversityRichmond Virginiawww.vcu.edu
90.     Richard Bland College of William and MaryPetersburg, Virginiawww.rbc.edu
91.     University of IdahoMoscow, Idahowww.uidaho.edu
92.     Florida Atlantic UniversityBoca Raton, Floridawww.fau.edu

NOTE: Students applying for any of our partner schools should contact inquire@ala.edu or make an appointment to meet in person for further instruction and application assistance. For conditional admissions assistance an additional support fee will apply.For more information about our higher education partners contact the ALA Student Services office at inquire@ala.edu.

Students who wish to enroll within our partner Shorelight Education network must complete a Shorelight Education admissions application for the school applying for, submit all required documentation, and complete an iTEP or Pearson Versant test in order to meet the English language requirement. Students should visit the ALA Student Services office or email inquire@ala.edu for applications, instructions, and to schedule an iTEP test as needed.