Coronavirus FAQ page
Students that have not started the Epro 360 process
If you are thinking about studying in the US in the near future, but you haven´t started your application process with us yet, here you will find some relevant information for you. Send us your questions here so we can post the answers in this page.
Many Universities have been affected by the virus and are taking measures to ensure all students remain out of risk. Many are closing campuses and installing online classes for their students. Others are requesting students stay in their dorms and do not attend class. Others, have yet to decide what measures to take.
However, their application process has not been affected by this and all universities are continuing their work for the upcoming semesters. In fact, some have pushed their deadlines back as they understand many students are affected by the lockdown and cannot fulfill some of the exams/paperwork necessary.
This depends on the university. Each university will have its own approach to handle the delay of applications, start terms, etc. If you have been admitted, but your start term is delayed, the university will most likely not ask you to go through the admission process again; however, you may be required to submit new financial documents in order to receive a new I-20 immigration document.
If you have not been admitted, but your application was submitted, the university may require a new application for the upcoming semester if they have delayed the term for which you have applied, but keep in mind that you will already have the documents prepared to resubmit or the university may keep your submitted documents on file. Since this varies, it is recommended to ask each university what their process would be for this situation.
Students that are now in the Epro 360 process
If you are already in contact with us and you want to know what happens to your application, here you will find some relevant information for you. Send us your questions here so we can post the answers in this page.
Some of them have been postponed until later notice. We recommend students to plan in advance and leave some time to find a slot to take the exam. On a positive note, universities are aware of this circumstance and have allowed later deadlines to be put in place, making it more reasonable and easy for students.
As of now, TOEFL is offering an at home TOEFL exam, which is different from anything they have offered before. For more information click here or ask your Epro 360 representative.
The Duolinguo at home English exam is also being accepted by certain colleges and universities. For more information on this exam click here.
Students now in the U.S.
If you are currently studying in the US, here you will find some relevant information for you. Send us your questions here so we can post the answers in this page.
Reach out to the International Student services at your university. They should help you find accomodation and provide further guidance on next steps.