International Students

Welcome future Alderson Broaddus University students. You and your family have made an excellent decision to pursue college education in the United States and we hope you will choose Alderson Broaddus as your home. Explore our web pages and see what we have to offer. Everything you need to know about our academic programs, financial aid, student life, and requirements for international admission is right here.

Alderson Broaddus University is in the heart of the mountains of West Virginia, within a few hours of Washington, D.C. and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. No matter where you are on your educational path, AB can help you realize your dreams with more than 46 academic programs, convenient scheduling options, and academic support. AB is committed to realizing our goals of a truly global student body.

Click on the links to explore Alderson Broaddus University’s programs and check out how you can become an AB student. Even though Alderson Broaddus University is affiliated with the American Baptist church, we have always welcomed and embraced students of other cultures and religious backgrounds. Today, 59 students attend AB from 20 different countries on five continents.

If you still have questions, we can answer them by email, phone, Skype, or What’sApp.

#sits-widget img{margin-left:0;margin-right:0;}


Meet your International Student Coordinator

Molly Henderson

Director of Admissions
Molly Henderson

Director of Admissions

304-457-6310

College/University Attended and year graduated:
University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg – 2008

Degree:
Bachelor of Arts – Anthropology-Archaeology

My favorite thing about AB is:
How easy it is to communicate with faculty and staff. AB is a welcoming environment for students, staff, and faculty.

My favorite spot on campus is:
Pickett Library

My best piece of advice to a student in the college search process is:
Make a pros and cons list when visiting and looking at schools. You need to attend a college or university that is a good fit for you, and the best way to make those decisions is to visit multiple campuses.