Most International Students

Regional Universities (West)

International students can add diversity to a college or university, enriching the experience of other students on campus. Schools with a strong global presence often have a wealth of cultural groups and events, allowing international students an opportunity to share their food, music and traditions with their U.S. peers. International students attending one of the schools listed below may also benefit from a large foreign community when trying to acclimate to American life. These colleges reported the highest percentage of their students who were international in the 2012-2013 academic year.

These rankings are split into 4 regions: North, South, Midwest and West.

School International
Concordia University

Irvine, CA

3%
California State University—​Fresno

Fresno, CA

3%
Eastern Washington University

Cheney, WA

3%
Chaminade University of Honolulu

Honolulu, HI

3%
Central Washington University

Ellensburg, WA

3%
Montana State University—​Billings

Billings, MT

3%
University of Dallas

Irving, TX

3%
California Baptist University

Riverside, CA

2%
St. Mary's College of California

Moraga, CA

2%
Prescott College

Prescott, AZ

2%
Lubbock Christian University

Lubbock, TX

2%
Angelo State University

San Angelo, TX

2%
Weber State University

Ogden, UT

2%
Northwestern Oklahoma State University

Alva, OK

2%
University of Texas—​Pan American

Edinburg, TX

2%
Southern Oregon University

Ashland, OR

2%
Fresno Pacific University

Fresno, CA

2%
Northwest Nazarene University

Nampa, ID

2%
Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Weatherford, OK

2%
California State University—​San Marcos

San Marcos, CA

2%
University of Mary Hardin-​Baylor

Belton, TX

2%
Gonzaga University

Spokane, WA

2%
California State University—​Monterey Bay

Seaside, CA

2%
Texas A&M International University

Laredo, TX

2%
California State University—​Dominguez Hills

Carson, CA

2%

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