Eduardo F. Valdes ‘83

Major: Music
Job Title: Principal Artist

Mount Union gave a good foundation in music to enter the main stream of music and to get into the schools that eventually got me to The Metropolitan Opera.

How to Apply

Step 1: Submit the Online Application 

Once all documents are received, an admission decision will be given in 1-2 weeks. 

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Step 2: Submit Official Transcripts

All secondary school transcripts and university coursework (if applicable). Scanned copies of official documents are acceptable.

Note: All documents, including transcripts, submitted to the University become the property of the University and cannot be returned. Documents (besides the application) may be scanned and sent to: intladms@mountunion.edu.


Step 3: Submit Proof of English Language Proficiency

The University of Mount Union requires evidence of English language proficiency for all international applicants. 


Step 4:  Additional Documents

For students transferring from another U.S. Institution, you are required to submit the Dean of Students Form. You may also submit a personal essay and letters of recommendations with your application.  These items are optional.


Step 5:  Expedited I-20/DS-2019 Issuance

If you wish to expedite the processing of your I-20 or DS-2019, please submit the following documents along with your application materials:

  • Copy of Passport
  • Completed Commitment of Financial Backing (CFB) Form.
  • Bank statement (showing at least one year’s worth of expenses: tuition, fees, living expenses, etc.), or other financial information (please see CFB Form above).
  • For students transferring from another U.S. Institution, please complete the SEVIS Transfer-in Form
 

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