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  • Affordable Care Act General Info
    for the operation of insurance exchanges which started in 2014 Exchanges are national state operated or a combination Exchanges were established to provide access to health care coverage for all persons Children can now stay on their parent s health insurance plan until the age of 26 regardless of the child s marital status financial dependency enrollment in school or place of residence In network and participating providers must cover preventive services Enrollment for the insurance exchanges for persons eligible began on October 1 2013 for effective date on January 1 2014 The enrollment period ended on March 31 2014 Currently the next enrollment period is October 15 2014 through December 7 2014 for coverage beginning January 1 2014 although those dates have changed many times and may change again You are not able to purchase health insurance outside of open enrollment unless you qualify with a triggering event Some examples of a triggering event is loss of minimum essential coverage for an individual or their dependent gaining or becoming a dependent or newly gaining citizenship etc What is the Health Insurance Marketplace The State of Iowa has chosen to establish a State Insurance Exchange Eligible individuals may purchase health coverage through the exchange without regard to health status If you are not a resident of the state of Iowa you should reference information for your state of residence Please be aware that some state plans will not meet Waldorf s adequate coverage policy as they are HMOs or State Aid type of coverage If I need health insurance coverage now but qualify to enroll during open enrollment will I be able to drop the Student Assurance Services offered by Waldorf College during the school year No once you have enrolled in the plan offered by Waldorf College you have

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  • Downloads
    Tuition Payment Information Terms of Payment Payment Arrangements Refund Policy Workstudy Checks Academic Progress Policy Insurance International Medical Insurance Info Affordable Care Act General Info Downloads Staff International Students Policies Residential Current Students Student Services Business Office Insurance Downloads Insurance Downloads 2014 15 Insurance Information Mandatory Health Insurance Requirements and Waldorf s Primary Insurance 2014 2015 Student Assurance Services Accident Illness Plan Highlights Supplemental Secondary Excess Accident Insurance Plan Medical

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  • Staff
    Business Office Tuition Payment Information Terms of Payment Payment Arrangements Refund Policy Workstudy Checks Academic Progress Policy Insurance Staff International Students Policies Residential Current Students Student Services Business Office Staff Samantha Beck B A Student Accounts Specialist Business Office Linda Harms Student Accounts Manager Business Office Mason Harms Vice President for Business Affairs Business Affairs Debbe Nelson B A Accounts Payable Manager Business Affairs Dawn Ramaker B A Human Resources

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  • Future Students - International Students
    to attract 30 40 international students from 15 countries to attend Waldorf each year International students especially enjoy Waldorf s small size safe community caring faculty and staff individual attention easy to navigate campus and excellent academic programs Students are encouraged to share their cultures on campus and in the community through the Global Culture Club the annual Global Food Fest and Culture Show area schools and churches Host families

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  • Future Students - International Students
    the Free Online Application Submit Previous Academic Records This includes transcripts from all previous secondary and post secondary education If the transcript is in a language other than English they must be accompanied by certified English translations Scanned or Photocopied transcripts will only be appropriate for scholarship estimates Official or officially certified copies are required prior to full acceptance into Waldorf College Scanned academic records can be emailed to admissions waldorf edu Official academic records should be mailed to International Student Coordinator Waldorf College 106 South Sixth Street Forest City Iowa 50436 Submit a Standardized Test Result Qualifying tests include ACT SAT TOEFL IELTS or the STEP EIKEN Scanned or Photocopied results will only be appropriate for scholarship estimates Official copies are required prior to full acceptance into Waldorf College Scanned academic records can be emailed to admissions waldorf edu Official academic records should be mailed to International Student Coordinator Waldorf College 106 South Sixth Street Forest City Iowa 50436 Once you ve been accepted into Waldorf College you will be liable to provide financial documentation outlining your ability to support yourself while in the United States Financial Documentation Proof of adequate financial support can take many forms Possibilities include

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  • Future Students - International Students
    Please see the SEVIS website for further details How do I make a visa interview appointment Please be sure you have paid your SEVIS fee at least 3 days prior to attending a visa interview If your payment has not gone through you will most likely be denied an interview You may schedule your interview online through the U S Embassy Select your country of residence Select Visa Information Select Non Immigrant Visas Select Schedule Visa Interview How do I get to Forest City You should make your flight arrangements to Minneapolis St Paul Minnesota airport Waldorf College offers a shuttle to from Minneapolis airport on selected day s time s link to transportation site Please be sure to make your travel arrangements to coincide with the dates of the shuttle services Once you have booked your ticket please e mail your international student advisor admissions waldorf edu with the details of your travel itinerary including flight numbers airports times and dates Can I come to the U S before the semester starts Yes you may enter the U S up to 30 days prior to the report date on your I 20 Can I come to the U S late after the I 20 report date You are expected to arrive no later than the report date on your I 20 Exceptions may only be made in extenuating circumstances What should I bring to the Port of Entry You need to bring your I 20 Passport Financial documents Copy of Financial Aid Award Letter Waldorf Acceptance Letter and copies of your secondary school records Also be sure to be carrying the contact information of your international student advisor with you How do I sign up for on campus housing Please be sure to review the on campus housing options before making your selection Once you ve decided on your preferences you ll need to fill out the on campus housing form When will I find out my roommate housing assignment Housing assignment letters are sent to students towards the end of July These letters contain as much information as possible concerning the student s room meal plan parking permit and mailbox for the fall semester In addition these assignment letters provide students with information concerning their roommate and all the subsequent contact information to provide students the opportunity to contact each other before the semester begins Can I live off campus Students are required to live in College housing and have a board plan unless they meet at least one of the following exceptions have lived on campus for at least six semesters will be at least 21 years old prior to the first day of class for the semester they wish to live off campus are married have children living with them are veterans are living at home with parents and commuting from their permanent address within a 35 mile radius of the College transferred in with at least 50 credits prior to the start of the semester

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  • Future Students - International Students
    population three million and Des Moines Iowa the capitol city population 400 000 Although students have no problems shopping for items they need in Forest City the Mason City Clear Lake metropolitan area with major shopping centers is only 35 minutes away 3 How big is Waldorf Waldorf has approximately 600 undergraduate students representing almost every state of the United States and more than a dozen countries One advantage of attending a small college versus a larger university is the type of instruction students receive Excellent teaching is Waldorf s highest priority Waldorf s student to faculty ratio is 15 1 which means students receive personal attention from their instructors Because of its small size students get to know each other and the faculty and staff well Another advantage to a smaller campus is the close proximity of classrooms to residential halls and other areas of the campus The campus is located in the heart of Forest City and everything students may need is within easy walking distance of campus 4 What majors and degrees does Waldorf offer View Programs of Study 5 What can I do during my free time at Waldorf College Get involved When the studying is done there are plenty of opportunities on campus for you to get involved Numerous campus groups host events and activities and we re always bringing in musicians comedians hypnotists and other exciting entertainers We also offer a host family and student mentor to every international student who wishes to participate in these programs In addition to on campus fun we make frequent trips to the Twin Cities and Des Moines for shopping professional sporting events zoo trips and much more Check out our viewbook to get to know what it s like to be a Waldorf student 6 What is

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  • Future Students - International Students
    8157 All Freshmen and Transfer Students if an athlete complete the additional forms in section below Meningococcal Document Read Only Immunization Form Medical History and Physical Insurance Form All Student Athletes Student Athletes must complete the following prior to participation in athletics Medical History and Physical Insurance Form Student Athlete Waiver Drug Testing Policy Read Only Drug Testing Authorization to Release Information Drug Testing Consent Drug Testing Receipt Acknowledgement Authorization

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